Embracing Differences: New Directions in Interpersonal Relations

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Upfront Publishing, 2005 - Philosophy - 140 pages
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Why are people so hurtful to one another? Why do we not communicate our feelings in a better way? We all understand that we need to support one another in our search for love and understanding, and in our endless quest for meaning; but somehow it becomes difficult for us. The author, who is a professor of education and psychology, attempts to answer those questions, and examines other intriguing ideas and concepts, that most of us ponder about at one time or another during our lives.

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It is a great book if you want to learn how the two characters play on one another to make up one nonjudgmental entity
The book, written in 2005, is ahead of its time in that it brings about
issues that we are exploring now in society, such as the meaninglessness of today's culture. Aside from being philosophical the two anti heroes are on a different mission of self discovery, each in their own way. I guess the meeting of the two minds or worlds is what the author meant as ' interpersonal relations'
Again, good book to learn about being nonjudgmental and open to ideas, much of what is needed in today's world
Arnold M.
 

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