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WHY YOU SHOULD DATE EMOTIONALLY
Topics from the book:Use Your Unhealthy Relationships to Transform Your Love Life
A little bit about the author Brooke Sprowl
Working with people to help transform their lives is a deep source fulfillment and joy. I feel extremely lucky to help people uncover the inner hope and strength they often don’t realize they possess.
by BROOKE SPROWL, LCSW
Why You SHOULD Date Emotionally Unavailable Men
• Elevated Connection: Explore how to heal yourself and your relationship dynamics by examining your style of dealing with commitment, codependency, and communication.
• Broken Compass Syndrome: Learn how to restore your sense of self-trust and navigate relationships effectively.
• Relationship Reruns: Break the damaging, repeated patterns you find yourself repeating over and over again in relationships.
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Summary Why You Should Date Emotionally Unavailable Men
The emotionally unavailable man. You know the type. The incredibly charming commitment-phobe who’s incapable of emotional intimacy but you just can’t resist. You walk away. You go back. Rinse. Repeat. Even when you think you’re finally free of him, before you know it, you find the next guy is just another version of the same stupid thing.
This whole “dump-the-jerk” mentality simply isn’t working. The current thinking about emotionally unavailable men has left women confused, alone, and hungry for a new message. Why You SHOULD Date Emotionally Unavailable Men offers a radically countercultural perspective to the conventional “wisdom” women have been fed for years. It delivers an actionable, balanced, effective, and highly differentiated message that stands out amid the sea of clichéd ideas. It can and will change the cultural dialogue surrounding these issues.
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• Reactive Men Vs Abusers: Learn to distinguish whether your man’s bad behavior is simply a reaction to yours or whether you’re with a guy who’s truly abusive.
• Wounded Magnets Syndrome: Learn why people may be drawn together in order to heal their unconscious woundings rather than because they’re actually right for one another.
•The 3 C’s: Learn how to practice consciousness, curiosity, and compassion in order to cultivate a deep and abiding sense of self-love and love for others.
• Washing Machine Relationships: Learn how leaving your relationships prematurely can prolong an on-and-off cycle of relationships that prevents you from healing yourself and identifying the blind spots.
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Brooke has really helped me to overcome the problems in my life that I was starting to believe couldn’t change. I now understand where my depression and anxiety came from and they are no longer a part of my life. I now feel a sense of peace and purpose.
I’ve recommended Brooke to so many of my friends and colleagues, I’m starting to feel like her personal cheerleader. But it can’t be helped. When I look back on the past year, without a doubt the most difficult year of my life, I can’t believe how far I’ve come.
Brooke has been an incredibly positive influence in my life. I first came to Brooke in the midst of a divorce from my high school sweetheart and best friend. With Brooke’s gentle guidance and supervision, I began the most intense period of personal growth in my life.
I have worked with many therapists in the past, but this is the first time I feel that I am making changes that are deep and lasting. Her counseling has truly helped me become free, even from things I wasn’t aware were affecting me. Brooke integrates many different approaches to provide balanced and effective therapy.
You are truly an amazing person. I am so grateful for your sincerity and kindness– big-hearted and deep soulfulness. You are incredibly intuitive, insightful and wise. You are a gifted listener and a powerful speaker, passionate and genuine.
Brooke is kind and warm, but not afraid to challenge you. She is caring, authentic and compassionate as well as intelligent and clinically skilled. Brooke possesses great wisdom and intuition, which she balances with knowledge and skill.
Just wanted to share that yesterday's session with you, and a long, productive dinner table conversation with my wife last night, started to uncover a huge gap between perception and reality in my understanding of the status I held in our marriage. Our session opened my eyes to the fact that the inequity I've long felt comes from a place of assumed unworthiness. I'm so thankful for this journey we are taking together, with your help, towards deeper, more productive understanding.
I want to thank you again for your continued help and expertise, and more specifically for yesterday's learning opportunity about how I can communicate more effectively. After your ultimately appreciated prodding you made me feel comfortable with the idea that expressing confusion or even doubt can serve as valuable conversation-assets, and I look forward to moving forward without those those self-inflicted parameters.
After every session I come away feeling better prepared to start shining light into shadows I've hustled past for a long, long time... some rational ones, but a lot more aren't. Shame is such a stealthy master; He's been the monkey on my back for a long time. You totally called it. I'm so grateful for your guidance and skill and although sometimes I may shuffle and others I may leap, after our sessions I always feel like I'm moving forward.
With your help, I've finally started to understand that while my vivid imagination often wants to create terrifying monsters under the bed, in a lot of cases those monsters are nothing more than a heap of decidedly less-terrifying laundry I've avoided for too long that just needs to be aired out and put away. Which is definitely a lot easier than monster slaying. Thank you for shedding light in the dark places I was too afraid to face alone.