Four the Balance of Life

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 132 pages
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Have you ever felt you didn't trust someone but weren't sure what to do about it? Have you ever been disrespected by those close to you? Have you ever felt unsafe around certain people? Have you ever had someone close—a friend, partner, or business associate—who seems to not communicate when you need it most? If you answer yes to any of these questions, then let Gerard Brown guide you to more powerful and fulfilling personal and professional relationships. Gerard shows how the four keys of trust, safety, respect and communication are vital to any healthy connection. You will soon be armed with a superior knowledge of tools that will put you in total charge of your life and help you quickly recognize those trying to control or harm you. Through reading and learning from real-life examples, you will discover how to avoid toxic people and how to choose your friends and acquaintances wisely. Gerard approaches these delicate and complex topics with simplicity, humor, and logic. In Four: The Balance of Life, you truly will find how build healthy relationships.
 

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Contents

Introduction
13
The Balance of Safety
19
The Balance of Respect
41
The Balance of Trust
63
The Balance of Communication
73
Who is what?
93
Do Not Drink Poison
101
Givers and Takers
107
The Teacher Becomes a Student
113
Epilogue
123
About the Author
125
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