Crazy Love by Leslie Morgan Steiner

By Leslie Morgan Steiner

At 22, Leslie Morgan Steiner appeared to have all of it: a Harvard degree, a glamorous activity at Seventeen magazine, a downtown manhattan urban condominium. Plus a good-looking, humorous, street-smart boyfriend who cherished her. yet at the back of her façade of good fortune, this golden lady concealed a depressing mystery. She'd made a mistake shared via hundreds of thousands: she fell in love with the inaccurate person.

At first Leslie and Conor appeared as excellent jointly as their fairy-tale marriage ceremony. Then got here the fights she attempted to disregard: he driven her down the steps of the home they acquired jointly, poured espresso grinds over her hair as she dressed for a severe activity interview, choked her in the course of a controversy, and threatened her with a gun. numerous instances, he got here with regards to making reliable on his probability to kill her. With each one assault, Leslie misplaced one other piece of herself.

Gripping and completely compelling, Crazy Love takes you contained in the violent, devastating international of abusive love. Conor stated he’d been abused due to the fact he used to be a tender boy, and love and rage danced in detail jointly in his psyche. Why didn’t Leslie go away? She stayed simply because she enjoyed him. discover for your self if she had fallen really in love – or right into a mental catch. Crazy Love will draw you in -- and not permit pass.

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Learn to spend 15 minutes a day just feeling your pain and not blocking it in any way. 9. Work to transform your pain into positive goals for your future. Try to learn from your painful experiences, and use them to transform your life into something more positive. 10. Work to transform your pain into positive goals for your relationships. Use the painful experiences of your past to define what you want and don’t want from your future relationships. 11. Understand that pain is limited. When we allow ourselves to feel and release our pain, we will eventually get through it.

Safe Touch _____ 12. Intimacy Pain From Fear: _____ 1. Fear Of Death _____ 2. Fear Of Loss _____ 3. Fear Of Abuse _____ 4. Fear Of An Abuser _____ 5. Fear Of Trauma _____ 6. Fear Of Violence Pain From Being Judged In The Past Or Present: _____ 1. For Your Race _____ 2. For Your Gender _____ 3. For Your Sexual Orientation _____ 4. By The Church/Judgmental Pastors _____ 5. For Being An Addict _____ 6. For Not Being Perfect _____ 7. By Your Parents _____ 8. For Being A Survivor Of Sexual Abuse Pain From Past Or Current Conditional Love: “You Can Have My/Our Love:” _____ 1.

We want them to be objects. We want them to be shallow, superficial, hypersexual, and eager to please. We want them to be empty. We don’t want to know how they’re feeling. Sex addicts usually feel powerless and harbor a lot of pain. Sexual providers are hurting too. Yet both try to deny the pain they feel inside. An object doesn’t have feelings. That’s why we treat others and ourselves as objects. Instead of owning our pain and working through it, we pretend that we feel nothing. To heal this wound within our soul, we must learn to nourish ourselves, love ourselves, and allow ourselves to feel.

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