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What You Feel You Can Heal

By: John Gray
Narrated by: John Gray
Length: 2 hrs and 17 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (62 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Consciously or unconsciously, everyone is trying to enrich and improve their relationships in some way. Enriching our relationships is an art and a science. For this enrichment to happen, even before we can find and accept love, we have to love ourselves.

Through his experience in working with others to heal their pain, Dr. Gray has found patterns and messages that many of us received while growing up. These messages can keep us from loving ourselves and from loving and receiving love from others. By exploring how these messages became ingrained in us while we were young and how we are using them today, we can change old patterns and thoughts about ourselves and others as well as create long-lasting, fulfilling relationships.

John Gray tells us that "loving yourself in the presence of others means being able to express your inner gifts and talents without fear. When you don't love yourself and mask your real self, the cycle works in the opposite direction, decreasing love and true self expression".

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  • DRichards
  • LAS VEGAS, NV, United States
  • 12-13-15

Real Love

Wonderful narration. Now I understand what loving yourself and others really is.

Thank you. Love

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I believe every human being sold read!

a course should be given to every Newlywed...parent
..teacher etc. so Valuable!!!! wish I didn't wait 53 years to learn!

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  • Cheetos
  • ROUND ROCK, TX, US
  • 05-16-14

Joyful listening

If you could sum up What You Feel You Can Heal in three words, what would they be?

Love letters work!

Who was your favorite character and why?

John Gray! Because he is an amazing writer!

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It made me think in a good way.

Any additional comments?

I really enjoy this book. I have some anger issues. This book helped me a lot. I can find out why I am angry and find the love under my anger....

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Great book!

Loved it! Insightful suggestions and very thought provoking. The love letter is the best suggestion.

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Very realistic, powerful

My husband and I listened to this book at a time when we were struggling the most and it really helped us. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Brilliant.

In vunralbility there is strength. Using words as tools and speaking with purpose will change every interaction that you engage with for the rest of your life. The truth will set you free.

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Good advice, content, but narrator sounds like he is shouting

Lots of good advice and insights. I have read a lot of his books and listened to a few of his audio books. The love letters part is a repeat from his book “What your mother couldn’t tell you and your father didn’t know.” I still got something out of it and some wisdom that I didn’t know and some that confirms what I already know. Some I don’t agree with and some that is generalized. Overall a helpful book.