Do you find yourself taking whatever junk other people throw at you to avoid being alone? If so, you might have the victim love style. Find out what the victim love style means, how it develops, and keys to growth. Continue reading The Victim Love Style
Do you feel like you need to control or be controlled? You can get control over that feeling and be more successful in your work and family life. Here’s how. Continue reading I’m a Controller. What Now?
Do you (or someone you love) dislike authority and hate it when people disrespect or interrupt you? Do you see those you care about acting weak and fearful around you? Perhaps your love style has something to do with it.. Continue reading The Controller Love Style
If your spouse vacillates between “I love you and need you close to me all the time” and “I am so angry with you, go away!” you might need to read this. Continue reading Help! I’m Married to a Vacillator
Am I doomed to search forever for the affection and attention I long for? Find hope for the vacillator. Continue reading I’m a Vacillator. What now?
Do you feel like no one has ever really understood you, and that everyone you care about lets you down? Perhaps you are a vacillator. Find out more. Continue reading The Vacillator Love Style
If your spouse is annoyingly interesting in caring for and pleasing others and assessing your mood, but can’t stand to be alone or set boundaries for the kids, you might need to read this. Continue reading Help! I’m Married to a Pleaser
Much of marriage is about being a team and loving and comforting one another through the joys and trials of life. So, what do you do when your spouse doesn’t give and receive comfort and affection well? Continue reading Help! I’m Married to an Avoider
Ask yourself the following question, “Can you recall being comforted as a child after a time of emotional distress? How you answer that question could reveal a lot about your love style even today. Continue reading First Lessons in Love