Praise. Praise for How We Love “How We Love has the capacity to change not only your marriage but every relationship that’s important in your life.”. How We Love has ratings and 99 reviews. In How We Love, relationship experts Milan and Kay Yerkovich draw on the powerful tool of attachment theory. How We Love. Milan and Kay Yerkovich explain why the ways you and your spouse relate to each other go back to before you even met. Drawing on the.

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Rick Lowery and The Reverend Dr. However, I finished the book with many practical ways to increase my emotional connection to my husband as well as how to create healthy emotional patterns in our four boys. Lists with This Book. My dating relationships can be passionate and exciting, but I feel betrayed and duped when that spark is gone. Goodreads yerkovlch you keep track of books you want to read. I can see where the workbook will greatly enhance not just the unpacking of the different learning styles but also give insight and guidance on how to begin to be healthy and relate well.

Through experience and example we were all taught to connect in certain ways. My parents would describe me as a good kid who never caused problems.

How We Love, Expanded Edition

This book was revelatory for me. Sep 23, Alfie Mosse rated it really liked it Shelves: Your ultimate goal is to become a secure connector. The Monkey Is the Messenger. This one kind of counseled you out of a problem, rather than helping you prevent one We are still using the workbook materials for reflection and dialogue together. I am thrilled that more couples will learn how to strengthen their relationships through the tools described in this book. I feel like I am always waiting for time and attention from my significant other.


I have gained a lot of insight into my friends and relationships with them. They identify four types of injured imprints that combine in marriage to trap couples in a repetitive dance of pain. The information in this book opened me up to a whole, new level of understanding about myself, peop If you’re married or hope to be someday, this is a must read!!

How We Love: Discover Your Love Style, Enhance Your Marriage by Milan Yerkovich

That type of understanding is essential for the Christian, as they are called to live a life where their actions attempt to put others before themselves, and in doing so they must understand how other people think and behave in order to determine what is really loving, and not just what is comfortable.

Couples will easily be able to identify their love styles and how to transform them into genuine love. I am not a risk taker, and I like things to be predictable. I can see how what I’ve learned will help me develop healthier relationships in general and hopefully, I only read so far as it applied to the single.

To ignore it is to be blind to the currents that sweep us along through life. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I wf defer to a friend or now significant other when choosing a restaurant. The second part of the book teaches you and your spouse how to communicate with each other while incorporating your own personal love styles, that were identified in the first part of the book.


Refresh and try again. There’s also an accompanying workbook that you should get and work through with your spouse as well. If I am honest, I would say my significant other is afraid of me. While most people will have a single, dominant Love Style, it is possible for you to have multiple problem areas.

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Though I am not generally a fan of the Christian “self-help” genre, I did find this book very insightful regarding the way our imprints of attachment within our family of origin affect the way we relate to our spouse and our spouse likewise to us.

But we have discovered so much more about ourselves and each other as a result of reading this. I heard about this book on the New Life Live radio broadcast. Reading just the book will give someone a great step forward in understanding and even tiny amounts of application but the workbook is where the application really comes in, or so I am guessing.

This is not only helpful for married couples, though it is lovf helpful in this context. I will definitely revisit this text again and again in the future.

I like to show my love by doing tasks. I found these lists extremely useful in figuring out what fit me the most. See all books by Milan YerkovichKay Yerkovich.