Well, these are the textbooks here. Dec 11, Stephen Larson rated it really liked kinggma. Wherever it takes me. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer — no Kindle device required. Rather, love will come in different forms.
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Den Boer June 6, divorced September, ; children: Megali. Hobbies and other interests: Dancing, art. Box Santa Barbara, CA Frequent guest on Oprah and other television interview shows as an expert on relationships.
With M. As she told CA, "I have written on the subject of love and relationships for many years because of my two and a half decades of work as a psychotherapist. Kingma has edited The Book of Love as a distillation of the best advice from two of her most successful books. It contains brief essays that explore the emotional and spiritual components of loving relationships.
This is what inspired her to begin writing. She told CA she began writing as an "expression of what I see and feel. The magic and tragic dimensions of life. Beauty and sorrow. A Publishers Weekly contributor noted, "As she wisely makes clear, these soulful attributes can be present, or not, in myriad forms of relationship.
Kingma gives lovers a better understanding of the differences between them and their mates. According to Kingma, not all relationships are good and some should simply end. In Coming Apart: Why Relationships End and How to Live through the Ending of Yours, Kingma offers a process and a way of examining relationships that is not only healing and helpful through the breakup process, but also provides a basis for using the breakup of a relationship to become a stronger person, one more able to love again.
Daphne Rose Kingma: Marriage Should Grow Your Soul
Created with Sketch. I had the pleasure of interviewing the beloved therapist and author when her book first released. I was interested in knowing more about her concept of soul mates. As it turned out, her powerful insights about how the soul guides us to true love inspired me deeply and influenced my approach to ministering to couples. She was one of the first people who clearly pointed out: the soul does not see a difference in religion, culture, skin color, or physical appearance.
Daphne Rose Kingma
My Favorite book of all time! I liked it so much I put my money where my mouth is, and bought a dozen copies of it and gave it away to my friends! Feb 01, gabrielle rated it liked it For me, this book was about signal-to-noise. The first few chapters turned me off a little bit, with their talk of God and abstract, more-religious-than-spiritual ramblings. However, once I made it past those, I found this book a very thought-provoking and spiritually rich read.