Marital Strife NOT Found in Marriage; Relationship Doctors Reveal True Source in New Book and Interviews
Contact: Kristie, 717-530-5806, KFryPR@comcast.net
COLORADO SPRINGS, Oct. 27 /Standard Newswire/ -- Los Angeles-based authors Milan & Kay Yerkovich have helped thousands of couples identify the specific source of their marital strife and they are helping thousands more with their new book, HOW WE LOVE: A Revolutionary Approach to Deeper Communication in Marriage. The key may lie buried in childhood.
The Yerkovichs draw from attachment theory to identify five common problematic love styles--the Avoider, the Pleaser, the Vacillator, the Controller, and the Victim, each resulting from harmful imprints that keep individuals from experiencing intimacy with those closest to them.
“We need to understand and define our first lessons about love because our childhood experiences, good and bad, leave a lasting imprint in our souls that determine our beliefs and expectations about how to give and receive love,” says Milan. “That imprint determines our love style as adults.” Once husband and wives define HOW they love, they will be able to identify the source of the core negative patterns in their relationship. The result is a deeper, richer marriage as husbands and wives get to know each other’s heart in profound ways they never dreamed possible.
Milan and Kay Yerkovich found the rewards of deep emotional connection, but not until 15 years into their own marriage through the powerful tool of attachment theory. Now married more than 34 years, they have helped thousands of couples build stronger marriages through the principles they share in How We Love via speaking engagements, seminars and counseling sessions. Milan is a pastoral counselor and co-host of the nationally-syndicated New Life Live! radio program, and Kay is a licensed marriage and family therapist. They have thriving private practices in Los Angeles. Visit www.relationship180.com.
To request a gratis review copy or if you are interested in an interview with the Yerkovichs, please contact Kristie at KFryPR@comcast.net or 717-530-5806.