Failure girls in love

What makes love fail

If people constantly fail in their love relationships against their will, this can lead to psychological stress that makes psychotherapeutic help necessary. The author of this book is concerned with these chronic relationship disorders, the constant failure of a satisfactory togetherness - not with the everyday "relationship frustration" and the common partnership problems that are constantly discussed in the media.
Often a neurotic character structure almost systematically prevents the development of long-lasting relationships: when conflicts can only ever be resolved in a way that is hostile to partnership or when neurotic communication structures predominate, when negative early childhood experiences have deformed the experience pattern or the partner is repeatedly perceived as selective, distorted or incorrectly. Often the choice of the partner is made unconsciously from a point of view that corresponds to the structural deficit of the client. Problems often arise, for example, when an inferior or superior partner is always chosen or when parent substitutes are sought.
On the basis of many meaningful case vignettes from many years of psychotherapeutic practice, the author draws a well-structured and differentiated picture of possible disorder patterns, which is helpful for therapeutic work with couples as well as with individuals due to its great analytical sharpness. An enriching read also for those affected. Often a neurotic character structure almost systematically prevents the development of long-lasting relationships: when conflicts can only ever be resolved in a way that is hostile to partnership or when neurotic communication structures predominate, when negative early childhood experiences have deformed the experience pattern or the partner is repeatedly perceived as selective, distorted or incorrectly. Often the partner is chosen unconsciously from a point of view that corresponds to the client's structural deficit. Problems often arise, for example, when an inferior or superior partner is always chosen or when parent substitutes are sought.
On the basis of many meaningful case vignettes from many years of psychotherapeutic practice, the author draws a well-structured and differentiated picture of possible disorder patterns, which is helpful for therapeutic work with couples as well as with individuals due to its great analytical sharpness. An enriching read also for those affected.

Product details

  • Learn to Live 139
  • Published by Klett-Cotta
  • 2000.
  • Number of pages: 295
  • German
  • Dimensions: 210mm x 135mm x 26mm
  • Weight: 400g
  • ISBN-13: 9783608896879
  • ISBN-10: 3608896872
  • Item no .: 08867724