Family Communication: The Essential Rules for Improving Communication and Making Your Relationships More Loving, Supportive, and Enriching
"An eminent clinical psychologist . . . lists twenty rules for improving family communication." -- Chicago Tribune In millions of families, day-to-day life may involve many harmful interactions that result in such common complaints as these: "I can't stand the nagging any longer." "My wife doesn't understand me." "I can't get through to my teenager." "My parents are constantly hassling me." In this newly revised fourth edition of his enormously successful book, "Family Communication," renowned clinical psychologist Dr. Sven Wahlroos teaches families how to avoid those common destructive communication patterns and realize healthier, closer, and more loving relationships. By following the book's twenty rules and precepts, families will learn how to:
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As a former high school teacher and project manager, this is one of the best books on communication that I have come across, Mr. Wahlroos does a masterful job of firstly explaining and giving examples of poor and subsequently more acceptable communication skills...always being mindful that communication is a two way street. This is a book you read and CANNOT end up thinking you now know how to fix your partner or fix your offspring. This is a book you read and you become more introspective and empathetic. There are however a few examples where the family scenarios are contextualized to the sixties and seventies, but are not impediments to the overall message.
How come such a successful book has not been reviewed by any one. Neither can anyone read a few pages of it. Not until there substantial number of reviews can this book be considered famous and the psychologist eminent.
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