Congratulations to the Hong Kong Satir Centre for the publication of, I Can Now Live My Life in Peace.
Five wonderful volunteers from the centre, Dorothy Chung, Eve Wong, Jennifer Chow, Rose Tam and Tang Yuen Yee, collaborated on this work which is comprised of 20 stories and is about the application of the Satir Model to persons in Hong Kong. Here are descriptions of some of those stories:
Part One: PEACE WITHIN
Story 1: “By Now, I Can See My Family is Worthy” is about changing perspectives, discovering resources and rebuilding connections.
Story 2: “When I’m Becoming Numb” is about understanding the impact of childhood and becoming one’s own choice-maker.
Story 4: “Never Again a Mistress” is about understanding the impact of the parents’ divorce and changing that impact.
Part Two: PEACE BETWEEN
Story 10: “No More Rows with Dad” is about using the iceberg and family of origin exploration to help a young man understand and reconnect with himself and his father.
Story 11: “How Come I’m a Fly in my Son’s Eye?” is about helping a mother let go, so her son can be more responsible.
Story 12: “Mother-Daughter Grievances” is about helping a mother let go of projections of her deceased sister on the daughter.
Story 13: “My Boss is a Bastard” is about using the ingredients of interaction to facilitate the communication between a couple.
Part Three: PEACE AMONG
Story 18: “Guess, The Communication Stances” is about teaching the intention and resources behind the coping stances.
Story 19: “Gang Fight in our Company” is about identifying yearnings and furthering congruence.
Story 20: “Congruence is Beauty” is about the applying the concept of congruence to taking care of one’s self, others and the context.
If you would like further information regarding the book, contact Joanna at the Hong Kong Satir Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org.