The Passion Paradox; What to do When One Person Loves More Than the Other [Cassandra Phillips Dr Dean C Delis] on *FREE* shipping on. The passion paradox: patterns of love and power in intimate relationships. Front Cover. Dean C. Delis, Cassandra Phillips. Bantam Books, Jul 1, – Family. Buy a cheap copy of The Passion Paradox: Patterns of Love book by Dean C. Delis. Who Gets Caught in the Passion Trap?It’s the catch or romantic.

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If you feel very pessimistic about your relationship, it will also take an act of will. I ghe been thinking a lot about my past relationship and some of the events, decisio Does not matter which stage your relationship are Dmitriy Svetlov rated it really liked it Dec 24, It seems bizarre at first that the more love and affection you pour into a relationship, the more it drives the other person away.

The author sets out to change these behaviour patterns and to help to achieve a more balanced, fulfilling and enduring love. Delis delves into the most puzzling and intuitive, yet brilliantly invisible and paradoxical dilemma of every relationship: You learn how they both act in the beginning laradox phases, all the way to how they act when back together after a trial separation.

Cat Tu rated it liked it Dec 24, Michael Baun rated it liked it Nov 29, This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Preview — Passion Paradox by Dean C. Ce livre nous en apprend beaucoup sur soi et sur les dynamiques d’un couple.

But the exact reasons why, and how there can be mutual bonding and understanding, is explained beautifully in this TOME. Learn from Your Guilt Yellow highlight Page: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. It should be paadox as the great motivator of change.


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The goal is to make every effort Blue highlight Page: Once the balance of mutual respect, attraction is ruined, it’s all gradually falling apart. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The book simply states that in every relationship, over time, someone generally ends up putting in more effort, whilst the other ends up putting in less, essentially creating a dangerous dynamic that creates a self-perpetuating and carnivorous rift between two people otherwise “wonderfully in-love”.

In fact, the desire to meet a partner on an x level is one of the great motivators of career success. Thanks for telling us relis the problem. I would recommend this book. Books by Dean C. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. And that opens the door to healing communication. Does not matter which stage your relationship are The dynamics in any relationship can be constantly changing, and being able to see what’s happening from an informed and prepared stance is game-changing.

Oksana rated it liked it Dec 22, Helpful in realizing yourself in relationships and partner’s feelings. Austin Lewis rated it liked it Sep 06, Her goal will be to gain what I call Healthy Distance. Get a Grip on Reality Yellow highlight Page: Andreas Happe rated it liked it Oct 08, Oleg Rogovenko rated it liked it Jul 02, Equalizing strategies for both one-ups and downs are given, for any couple ppassion have plenty of information on how to find a more balanced and healthy relationship, or know when to turn your attention elsewhere.


Louise rated it liked it Aug 11, You learn the characteristics and causes that create one-ups and one-downs in relationships. For the same reasons, that is why this book is valuable. Relationship is non-stopping rollercoaster- you can jump from one extreme to another, you can balance.

Open Preview See a Problem? Such an imbalance might leave the relationship with a person in the one-up position the person who feels the most secure in the relationship and holds the cards and with one person in the one-down the person who feels like they must always “win” the approval of the one-up.

It’s true that everyone would experience at least once to be on each of the side in relationships: The author makes the argument that an enduring passion arises most easily and naturally between two well matched individuals.

The Passion Paradox : When One Person Loves More Than the Other

The auth Dealing with the problems which arise in a relationship when one partner falls more deeply in love than the other, this book is based on the view that such situations are both common and curable. Lists with Celis Book. Mar 04, Maria Fedorova rated it it was amazing. Patterns of Love and Power in Intimate Relationships. Reframing anger this way makes it justifiable and even energizing. Want to Read saving….

Reading this has made me much more willing to start a new relationship. To ask other readers questions paswion The Passion Paradoxplease sign up.