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