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John Bradshaw is arguably the most accomplished and well-known leader alive today in the addictions field. He taught us about functional and dysfunctional families, showed us how shame could become toxic and poisonous to our core selves, and helped us understand and heal the wounded, vulnerable "inner child" conceived by, and thriving in, that environment. In Post-Romantic Stress Disorder (PRSD), Bradshaw gives readers a clear explanation of the difference between falling in love, lust, and true love. Based on his research, PRSD is a deeply serious psychological disorder and the cause of 40% of all divorces - divorces that could have been prevented. Every day people throw away perfectly good relationships because they just don't know how to navigate the tides, but if they could learn and understand the concepts Bradshaw presents in this book, the portrait of the family unit could have a whole new landscape. Join this great teacher as he opens the gates to a new frontier, tackling issues that threaten and endanger so many modern relationships. Be encouraged as he leads the way to a deeper and more fulfilling spiritual union. As he so eruditely observed some time ago, "As the health of the marriage goes, so goes the health of the family." Yet Bradshaw ladles out hope unlimited - if parents could restore a deep, authentic love for each other it could be passed on to their children and families would actually flourish.

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©2014 John E. Bradshaw (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • Matt
  • 02-08-2018

insightful, Irish cowboy

struggled with the narrator and his performance. found his tone more frustrated at times than the author likely intended

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  • Ameenah Muhammad
  • 12-05-2017

Wow

I loved the book. It cleared up a hold lot of things for me.

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  • Derek G.
  • 13-01-2017

How do you own the world, how do you own disorder?

This was a very interesting listen, indeed!

I am curious if the narrator works with the author to really understand the meaning and emotions meant to be communicated with the listeners.

Although it may have been originally meant as a book to be read, not heard.

Definitely worth a play through. Might even have another listen myself.