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Love's Own Truths: Bonding and Balancing in Close Relationships

Bert Hellinger

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ISBN 10: 1932462929 / ISBN 13: 9781932462920
Published by Zeig, Tucker & Theisen Inc, Arizona, 2001
Used Condition: Fine Soft cover
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Title: Love's Own Truths: Bonding and Balancing in ...

Publisher: Zeig, Tucker & Theisen Inc, Arizona

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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A master storyteller, Hellinger's gentleness, honesty, and humor form the framework for every life lesson he presents. The closing interview or conversation between friends offers another opportunity to understand the work on a different level and to see the man behind it through a new lens. Here, after being the subject of so much debate, Hellinger has the chance to express his views in an open and intellectually generous forum.

About the Author:

Described as the ultimate empiricist, Bert Hellinger acknowledges several important influences on his life and work: his parents, whose faith immunized him against accepting Hitler's National Socialism; his 25 years as a priest, particularly as a missionary to the Zulu; and his participation in interracial, ecumenical training in group dynamics led by Anglican clergy. After leaving the priesthood, he studied psychoanalysis, and eventually developed an interest in Gestalt Therapy, Primal Therapy, and Transactional Analysis. It was in Hellinger's later training in family therapy that he first encountered the family constellations that have become the hallmark of his therapeutic work - an approach to which he has added new levels of meaning and possibility. Hellinger is an immensely popular figure in Europe, whose best-selling books and videos have generated a spirited dialog among members of the international therapy community and have propelled him to the forefront of contemporary family therapy.

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