How to Build Relationships That Stick
A major key to happiness is the quality of our relationships with those who are near and dear to us, and with all those around us.Through providing you with the tools to connect effectively with others, How to Build Relationships That Stick could bring about far-reaching changes, improving your life.Whether you aim is to save a shaky marriage (or even enhance a good one), to make new friends or improve your relationship with your old ones, you need this eye-opening book. It will help you get on better with your children, your neighbors, or your colleagues in the workplace.Azriel Winnett examines important topics such as the basic communication and listening skills that can make or break a relationship, empathy, assertiveness, emotional control, the role of a healthy self-image, and how our life experiences influence our personal interactions. In a highly readable style, he uses real life experiences to drive home his points."Azriel is internationally recognized as a leader in the field of interpersonal communications ... He offers practical insights into this important topic in a way that is readable and engaging. His blend of anecdotes, humor and exercises allow readers to reflect on how his concepts relate to their own lives. Highly recommended." - Gary Harper, Author, The Joy of Conflict Resolution
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