Beyond Mars & Venus: Lessons of Dialogue and Peace, a Buddhist's perspective

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Wordminder Press, 2003 - Buddhism - 170 pages
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A serious but down-to-earth tone encourages readers to embrace conflict rather than run from it. The author's experiences as a school psychologist, educator and practicing Buddhist demonstrate how conflict serves as a catalyst for examining childhood beliefs, engaging in dialogue and finding peace in all our relationships.
 

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Contents

Why Do We Need Another Relationships Book?
9
The Lesson of the Pine Tree
25
The Foundation of Communication
35
The Anatomy of Dialogue
55
What Are the Benefits of Dialogue
71
Finding the Perfect Match
87
A Hug A Caress A Backrub A Squeeze
103
Sexy Dialogues
115
Embracing the Catalyst of Conflict
127
Keeping Our Eyes on the Prize
137
Ending Relationships Peacefully
147
Beyond Mars Venus Dialogue in Search of World Peace
153
Resources and References
163
Index
167
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Educator, psychologist, Buddhist practioner

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