Did you know you can attend a mini-workshop on romantic relationships in the comfort of your own home for the price of a rented movie and be entertained at the same time? That is because this “at-home workshop” uses movies that you might already own!
This article, which is an excerpt from the book, “Getting Back to Love: When the Pushing and Pulling Threaten to Tear You Apart” (Copyright 2008, All Rights Reserved), shows you how to pay attention to the Mama’s Boy/Daddy’s Girl dynamics in certain romantic relationships found in specific movies. It even shows you the movies where you can find evidence of Father’s Sons and Mother’s Daughters.
Mama’s Boys are tied, either consciously or subconsciously, to the influence of their mothers. They believe they get their power from the women in their lives. For systemic reasons, they did not get the chance to bond with their fathers in their early teens. Mama’s Boys are naturally attracted to Daddy’s Girls who are complimentary to them in the male/female dance of life.
Daddy’s Girls are tied, either consciously or subconsciously, to the influence of their fathers. They believe they find fulfillment taking care of the men in their lives. For systemic reasons, they did not get the chance to bond with their mothers in their early teens. Daddy’s Girls and Mama’s Boys draw each other like magnets! Each of them senses in the other what was missing from childhood and believes they can find the missing pieces together. Their relationships begin with a lot of chemistry and happiness. However, when they reach a certain level of commitment, they risk falling out of love unless they can learn to be together as adults, rather than as parents and children.
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