What about me stop selfishness from ruining your relationship

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what about me stop selfishness from ruining your relationship

What about Me?: Stop Selfishness from Ruining Your Relationship by Jane Greer

Am I with the most selfish person alive?

Am I being selfish when I do the things I want to do?

If you loved me, you would...

The battle of what I want versus what you want is intense. Couples are in a constant tug of war, squabbling with each other with no regard for their partners feelings, with great guilt over their own perceived selfishness, or feeling somewhere in between. And its costing us our relationships.

What About Me? will guide readers through the new terrain of relationships in this era of entitlement, showing how selfishness plays a role and helping you better understand what being selfish really is. Learn to:

see beyond what you perceive as selfish requests-your partners and your own

conquer the selfish hot spots that flare up in your relationship

understand all the differences, fears, and preferences that come between couples


Through anecdotes and quizzes, and drawing from Dr. Jane Greers more than twenty years of experience in relationship counseling, What About Me? will teach readers whats reasonable to expect of themselves and their partners, equip them with the tools to move from me to we, and get them back on track to happily ever after.

Finally, a simply put yet deeply resonating guide to help us eliminate toxic messages that feed into our relationships! Keep What About Me? next to your bedside and get what you need, immediately!
-Emme, supermodel

What About Me? unabashedly digs deeply into the origins of conflict in relationships and paves the way for resolution, healing, and happiness. This is a book that will serve all of us well.
-David Perlmutter, MD, author of Power Up Your Brain: The Neuroscience of Enlightenment
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Couples are in a constant tug of war, squabbling with each other with no regard for their partner's feelings, with great guilt over their own perceived selfishness, or feeling somewhere in between. And it's costing us our relationships. What About Me? Learn to: see beyond what you perceive as selfish requests-your partner's and your own conquer the selfish hot spots that flare up in your relationship understand all the differences, fears, and preferences that come between couples Through anecdotes and quizzes, and drawing from Dr. Jane Greer's more than twenty years of experience in relationship counseling, What About Me?

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Is it possible to hold onto my beliefs, family values, traditions and culture without forsaking my relationship? Am I a taker, giver, martyr or controller? In asking these questions of yourself, Dr. Greer identifies four personality types, martyr, giver, taker and controller, which she uses to lay the groundwork for the reader to prepare her or himself to embark on the journey toward a healthy relationship based on understanding and compromise. After taking a brief quiz the reader will tally up their answers using a scoring chart and identify their predominant personality type.

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