Take the following questionnaire to learn more about your pain languages and how to manage them.
Communication, broken trust, anger, role confusion, unhealthy boundaries, sex, money, feelings of being devalued or disrespected?
Their moods, behaviors, triggers, and negative coping methods due to their painful experiences?
You must love them the way they want to be loved according to their Purpose and their Love ingredients. Please know the difference.
But even after reading such books, do you feel like there is still a disconnect between you and your partner or loved ones?
If you have answered ‘Yes’ don’t worry, we can offer you detailed answers and solutions to all of your problems!
Welcome to Mastering Love and Managing Pain (ML&MP) the home of THE EIGHT LOVE ZONES and the SIX PAIN LANGUAGES and so much more! ML&MP is an innovative relationship curriculum model designed to equip all relationship genres with tools and fundamental principles to create and maintain a healthy human connection.
To master love and manage Pain means to flow in the accountability, responsibility and knowledge of loving yourself while teaching others how to give you your basic intimate needs in order to experience love fulfillment; along with managing your painful memories by creating healthy boundaries, coping, and life skills.
The Eight Loves Zones are a list of essential detailed intimate descriptions of requirements a person needs to experience productive human bonding and love fulfillment.
• Familiar unwanted languages of Pain that the brain records due to a pattern of painful experiences within a person memories.
• Pain Languages are Abandonment, Abuse, Anger, Fear, Confusion and Pride.
ML&MP is an innovative relationship curriculum model designed to equip all relationship genres with tools and fundamental principles to create and maintain a healthy human connection. This research observational relationship model was founded and formulated by Dr. Moses Chism Jr. after observing and treating thousands of couples, individuals, families, children, and adolescents in mental health.