By Dorothy Cantor, Carol D Goodheart, Sandra Haber, Null
Assisting girls realize and observe their actual desiresIn this impressive new ebook, a crew of hugely credentialed psychologists indicates girls easy methods to triumph over unproductive, blameful innovations and unrealistic expectations–the issues they inform themselves approximately how their marriages, friendships, teenagers, and careers might be. The e-book encourages ladies to counteract idealized photos through the use of self seek advice from tackle the place these "should" messages come from, isolate their very own voices, after which take steps to satisfy their designated wishes. Dorothy Cantor, PsyD, Carol Goodheart, EdD, Sandra Haber, PhD, Lenore Walker, EdD, Karen Zager, PhD, Ellen McGrath, PhD, and Alice Rubenstein, EdD, are distinct psychological wellbeing and fitness care pros. Andrea Thompson is a qualified author.
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01 cantor 1-78 1/20/04 12:09 PM Page 47 The Dating Expectation 47 Reframing What do I want from this relationship? To gain better control of her emotions and her days, and maybe to make some new choices, Alice would help herself by reframing the voice that told her she needed a man. ” To begin moving out of desperation mode, Alice was willing to try naming what she wanted from her relationship, ignoring for the moment the likelihood of actually receiving it from the elusive and self-centered Steve.
Does the resume make the man? Are good looks important? Liz was willing to imagine the picture, what made a man desirable to date and a potential partner for a more lasting connection. He should have a good education, a good job, and a good income. He should be assertive without being aggressive. Sensitive. Fun to be with, sympathetic to her needs and goals. Tall, deﬁnitely. He’d make a good father someday. It was a long checklist. We suggested she rank her “decent guy” characteristics in terms of the four or ﬁve she’d consider most critical, the ones she knew in her heart she most valued.
And if they don’t stick by you, according to the way Caroline was seeing things, they probably didn’t care for you a whole lot in the ﬁrst place. She’d been deeply wounded by what she called the “brush-offs” from people, and then she was bitter. It felt like a further betrayal on top of what had happened with her husband. Reframing Where did my old friends go, and why? Or here’s another way to put it: What has changed most dramatically—me, them, or the situation? In many cases, it’s going to be the situation.
Finding Your Voice: A Woman's Guide to Using Self-Talk for Fulfilling Relationships, Work, and Life by Dorothy Cantor, Carol D Goodheart, Sandra Haber, Null