The talk book: the intimate science of communicating in close relationships
Points the way toward more meaningful communication by recognizing six key elements of everyday talk and using them to achieve intimacy, clarity, and success in significant relationships
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Review: Talk BookUser Review - Brynn - Goodreads
Somewhat clinical but gives a good overview of the broad categories in which we talk to each other...as well as practical tips and tools for putting them to use in your own everyday conversations to get the most out of them. Read full review
Review: Talk BookUser Review - Goodreads
I bought this book during a particularly difficult anti-social phase in my late teens when I realized, I could never ask anyone for help with communicating, so I better read up on it.
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The Talk Book: The Intimate Science of Communicating in Close Relationships, Gerald Goodman, Ph.D. This is a terrific book, a thorough, systematic approach ...
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This site documents my life in Scotland, where I moved in August 2006 to take up a position as Professor of Counselling at the University of Strathclyde. ...