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Couples: "Taming Your Gremlin" by Richard Carson

Uploaded: Sep 14, 2018
You know that narrator in your head that just won't shut up? Richard Carson calls it your "Gremlin." This book is a long-standing favorite of mine; I've met many Gremlins, my own and my client's. Taming Your Gremlin is a quick read, filled with drawings of a variety of Gremlin types such as "The General," "Big Ugly," or "The Artist."

Our Gremlin rarely leaves us alone to just notice what's going on without judgement, and is drowning out our Authentic Self that wants and needs to be in the world.

Noticing, and Choosing and Playing with Options are major sections of this book after the Gremlins are described. Exercises will help clarify Gremlin habits so we can notice them more, and strategies are offered to tame our Gremlin.Using humor and simple options, Carson provides an ongoing process to quiet Gremlins and enjoy life.

Would you agree that Gremlins are active in your couple relationship? Once you identify and start taming your own Gremlin, you can begin to notice the interpersonal Gremlins that are busily interfering with connection and intimacy between you.
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