Do You Sabotage Your Relationships is a unique, professional resource that will help people develop the skills you need to improve your relationships life. This resource features workbook is to help you improve your life and achieve your goals of stop sabotaging healthy relationships.
— Do you find yourself getting involved with people who have the same issues over and over? If so, what are those issues? For example, men or women who cheat.
— Thinking about your early life, are there people in your family of origin who experienced these or similar problems? For example, women who get involved with abusive men or men who drink too much. Write about the patterns from your family.
Sometimes it’s very, very difficult to admit certain things about yourself. That’s my case. I had to look myself in the mirror and realize what I was doing. After that I have started to make small, baby steps in (hopefully) the right direction. Glad I found your book.
I found so many good ideas in this book that I don’t even know what to say. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I have been sabotaging my relationship and lately things were getting even worse. Found your book and took a few steps back, read it a few times, made some notes and a plan to get out of this; whatever this is. I am hopeful now.
I have been sabotaging my relationships for years now and I wasn’t 100% sure I was doing it. After reading your guide I have
Found many good ideas and tips on how to stop sabotaging my relationships. I feel better about myself now that I am actually doing something to stop this destructive process.
After years of passing the blame to my partner I realized I was being a complete tool. This has to stop NOW!
Instead of going for cool, down to earth guys I always seem to favor the tough guys, guys that end up breaking my heart in the end… Your book has been a huge eye opener!
Thank you for forcing me to see the recurring pattern. I’m in my mid 40s so wasting time is not on my menu anymore.
A tough but so needed read. I’ll have to read this book again and again to prevent falling into my old ways.