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Summary

Developed by Dr Sue Johnson over 20 years ago and practised all over the world, EFT has been heralded by Time magazine and the New York Times as the couple therapy with the highest rate of success. Couples who use EFT see a 75 per cent success rate.

The therapy programme focuses on the emotional connection of every relationship by de-escalating conflict, creating a safe emotional connection, and strengthening bonds between partners.

In Hold Me Tight, EFT pioneer Dr Sue Johnson presents her highly effective therapy model to the general public for the first time. Through case studies from her practice, illuminating advice and practical exercises, couples will learn how to nurture their relationships and ensure a lifetime of love.

©2019 Dr Sue Johnson (P)2019 Hachette Audio UK

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Great content, great narration

Not only has the content of this book radically changed how I view the world (for the better I do believe), but the narration is really superb.

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  • 13-09-21

Everyone should read this book!

I learnt so much about relationships through this book. My husband is reading it too and we feel much closer now. Highly recommended!

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Good - with one minus in the end

Very good when it comes to Relationships

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almost retracted a star ⭐ when Sue in the end went into a more 'general life-view' topic and said:

'compassion can be learned from the bible, KORAN & buddhism'

I invite her to get a deeper knowledge on the topic of Mohammed & the koran, before making such claims, on a topic she knows little about.

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Outstanding Must listen - anyone in a relationship

Brilliant Insight by Dr Sue Johnson, so many takeaways! brilliantly narrated by Helen Keeley !

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Hold Tight for an emotional roller coaster:)

Insightful, inspiring, provoking of both thoughts and emotions. Gave me the ability to analyse my own behaviour and responses . Has hopefully equipped me with some tools to try and rebuild and nurture my marriage.

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You need this book!

Wether you are in a long term relationship or just starting out, there are skills and insights in this book that can help you. Even if you don’t think you need help. Probably more so. This book can help you back to better, stronger love and help you maintain it. Dont wait untill it’s too late. Very, very uplifting.

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A book on how we rarely say or even know what we mean and feel

This is my first book of this kind so the language and subject matter kind of grossed me out and made me roll my eyes initially but its a great book.

It really shows that people never really say how they feel. I think it shows you how to engage with that deeper conversation thats going unsaid.

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Helpful but lacking in areas

Can't really agree with a lot of it but it does seemed to have helped many

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Great Book, poor performance.

I felt it quite hard to focus on the content as the delivery was overly emotional. I am aware of the irony.

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AMAZING

This is one of the best relationship book I have ever read. Its message is trulybworth reading. it offers a different narrative and focus to that which is often focused on in other contemporary booka of this theme.

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  • Wilme
  • 20-02-20

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As an experienced clinician, I am very well informed about Attachment theory and am very keen to learn more about how to help clients in relationships using attachment based skills. However, definitely the style of narration and perhaps some parts of the writing style, I find very off putting. It comes accross as a novel, the narration aimed at showing the acting skills/ skills at narrating different characters. - nót as a book with skills that contains stories of real people, aimed for real people to apply. The hard copy may be different.

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  • deni
  • 31-05-21

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would not recommend it. after one hour of listening i just started to skip. i dont agree with her opinion ...

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  • M. V.
  • 24-04-21

Overall good book, annoying narration

The book iitself is fine, although feels superficial. It’s ok for couples therapy where none of the partners has a decent dose of personality dysfunction, in particular narcissistic personality structure where these techniques could potentially make a vulnerable partner even more so. It assumes both parties are invested in the relationship equally, often not the case. So it feels somewhat superficial to me. The female narrator does the most annoying, pathetic, weak female voice impersonification that was difficult to listen to. I am surprised Sue Johnston allowed it to be released as such. I certainly wouldn’t have had it been my book!