Private Boot Camp for
Chronic Resentment, Anger
Or Emotional Abuse

 

Three 2-hour sessions with Dr. Stosny.

When you register, you’ll be returned to the Webinars. It takes about 2 hours of review before each live session with Dr. Stosny.

 

Questions to Ask Yourself

Do I want to be angry or resentful?

Do I like myself when I’m angry or resentful?

How does my anger and resentment affect my loved ones?

 

Effects on Children   

  • Depression
  • Aggressiveness
  • Hyperactivity
  • Low self-esteem
  • Chronic boredom
  • Overly-emotional
  • No emotions.

They may generally feel: 

  • Disregarded
  • Distrusting
  • Powerless, inadequate, or unlovable.

Through no fault of their own, children run a higher risk of:

  • Alcohol/drug abuse
  • Emotional disorders
  • Unhappy relationships
  • Becoming abusers or victims of abuse
  • Criminality.

See From Redbook (magazine)

Testimonials from Participants

 

$2,000 (You’ll be directed to the boot camp course automatically after purchase.)




Private Boot Camps 1

Boot Camp Content (including follow-up Webinars)

1. Commitments

2. The Most Important Thing about You

3. Feeling Loved vs. Feeling Lovable

4. The Healing Emotion

5. Compassion Failure

6. Anger, Resentment, Hormones

7. Walking on Eggshells

8. Core Value Conditioning for Anger and Resentment (5 Webinars)

9. Core Value Narratives

10. Levels of Emotion

11. Relationship Destroyers I & II

12. Residual Emotions

13. Necessary Conditions for Repair

14. Relationship Repair

15. Happy Relationships

16. Transition from Work to Home

17. Relapse Prevention

18. Temperament Clashes

19. Love & Negotiation

20. Anger (7 Webinars)

21. Anxiety (3 Webinars)

22. Jealousy

23.  Follow-up materials

 

Additional Information: Email is best for the fastest response – CompassionPower.

If you wish to speak to someone on the phone, enclose your phone number in your email.

 

Will your partner attend?

The Love without Hurt Boot Camp helps overcome the pain of living with chronic resentment, anger, or emotional abuse.

Nevertheless, your partner may not readily agree to attend a Boot Camp.

He or she is likely to blame you for the problems of the relationship and, therefore, will not be highly motivated to change.

When living with a resentful or angry person, you can easily get stuck in a pendulum of pain:

“When my partner heals whatever hurt seems to cause the resentment and anger, then he/she will be more compassionate.”

The truth is:

Your partner will not heal – or be safe to live with – without becoming more compassionate.

Your compassion will heal you, not your partner.

Compassionate Assertiveness

In demanding change from your partner, your emotional demeanor is more important than the words you use.

It must have conviction.

Conviction stems from the belief that, for your family to have a better life, your partner must learn to sustain compassion.

It’s important to see your partner not as the enemy, but as someone who is betraying his or her deepest values by mistreating you.

Approach your partner with compassion, and say something like the following, in your own words:

“Neither of us is being the partner we want to be. I know that I am not, and I’m pretty sure that in your heart you don’t like the way we react to each other.”

“If we go on like this, we’ll begin to hate ourselves.”

“It’s hurting our children as well as us.”

“We have to become more understanding, sympathetic, and valuing of one another, for all our sakes.”

“I’m going to attend the boot camp, and I hope that you will attend as well.”

You are most humane when you model compassion and insist that your partner do the same. 

 

Best Emotional Abuse Treatment

There’s a surefire way to reduce anger and resentment and eliminate the possibility of emotional abuse: Build your Core Value.

Core Value is the ability to create value and meaning in your life. 

 

Drawing on 35 years experience (6,000+ clients), Dr. Stosny teaches:

  • The hidden role of fear and shame in resentment, anger, and abuse.
  • The latest scientific knowledge of how emotions work
  • How to stop resentment and anger from hurting your children
  • How to stay true to your deepest values
  • How to be the person and partner you most want to be.

Walking on Eggshells

Dr. Stosny’s Blog on Psychology Today

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