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Psychology of Relationships

Irritating the Ones You Love, the book for this course, explores how “unconscious” reasons control so much of our choices and behavior in relationships—the hidden reasons we are drawn to particular partners, and how, unknowingly, the past affects our reactions in present situations. This book provides tools to help readers uncover the hidden influences on them so that they can choose partners for the “right” reasons, grow as human beings, stop making the same mistakes when issues arise with their partner, and make their relationships more intimate and happy.
$35.00

Hour 1

  1. Introduction
  2. Chapter 1: Invisible Love
  3. Common Misconceptions about Love
  4. Learning to Know the Unknown
  5. A Paradox of Human Development
  6. The Hidden Attraction in Relationships
  7. Emotional Bruises
  8. Childhood Issues
  9. Mastery – The Hidden Agenda in Relationships
  10. Unintentionally Finding a Partner Who Will Open Your Jars
  11. The Hidden Marriage Vow

Hour 2

  1. Chapter 1 – Invisible Love cont.
  2. Seeing Beyond the Details of Conflict
  3. Your Personal Arsenal of Stored-up Energy
  4. Dysfunctional Glue
  5. Chapter 2 – Visible Love
  6. You Can’t Change What You Can’t See
  7. The “Three Jars” in a Nutshell
  8. Chapter 3 – How to Choose the “Right One”
  9. No Failed Relationships, Only Flawed Selection
  10. The Perpetual Need for Mastery
  11. Learning to Tame Your Pet Peeve Dinosaur
  12. You Need These Types of Issues & Conflicts – Like You Need a Hole in the Head

Hour 3

  1. Chapter 3 – How to Choose the “Right One” cont.
  2. The Relationship Trap
  3. Seeing Clearly Means Looking for the Right Things
  4. Developing X-ray Vision
  5. You Can’t Get What You Want If You Don’t Know What “It” Is
  6. Learning to Avoid Round Pegs in Square Holes
  7. People Are Who They Are, Not Who We Want Them To Be
  8. 20/20 Hindsight May Be Good, But 20/20 Foresight is Better
  9. When Choosing A Partner, Reality Is Your Friend

Hour 4

  1. Chapter 4 – How to Enjoy The Right One
  2. Change is Difficult, But the Right Tools Can Help
  3. If You Never Fight, You’re Abnormal
  4. The Effectiveness of the Tool Equals the Use of the Tools
  5. The Three Jars – Your Personal Road Map to Irritation
  6. I Thought I Knew Why This Was Bothering Me, But..
  7. Change Is a Process
  8. Worksheets
  9. Conclusion
  10. Post-Test 

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify common issues that are building blocks of personality and where they originate.
  2. Compare and contrast the role of “conscious” and “unconscious” factors in behavior.
  3. Describe why some people establish and stay in harmful or “dysfunctional” relationships.
  4. Discuss tools patients can use to identify and modify ineffective patterns of behavior in their relationships.
Products specifications
Instructor J. Auerbach, Psy.D.
Contact Hours: 4
# of Pages 121
More Information About This Course: Irritating The Ones You Love Accreditation PDF
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