How to Talk to Someone You Don't Want to - But Have to

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Hillcrest Publishing Group, Nov 1, 2010 - Psychology - 228 pages
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Smart Ways to Respond to Conflict at Home and at Work.

Discover insights and strategies:
How to identify codependency in your relationships.
Why a person's intelligence decreases in direct proportion to their anger and emotions.
Why body language can give you away in a conflict.
How to turn resentment into rapport with an "I" statement vs. "You" statement.
How to negotiate win-win agreements on & off the job.
How to eliminate five problem causing words from your vocabulary.

"Wave brings a fresh, integrated perspective on communication and self-empowerment. You can tell when someone writes from experience because it reads easy and makes satisfying sense."
-Kelly Bryson, MA, MFT, Author, "Don't be Nice, Be Real, a handbook to Nonviolent Communication "

"I have experienced Wave in action. I brought him in to assist with a client's public emotional meltdown; his calming behavior and choice of simple, effective language helped bring a potentially volatile situation to a quiet peaceful resolution."
-Bill Prucha, MS, CRC, Vocational Consultant/BPCS Hawaii.

"This book reflects practical wisdom that's a combination of Eckhart Tolle's "The Power of Now" and Marshall Rosenberg's "Nonviolent Communication," presented in user-friendly language and based on years of in-the-field research."
-Zak Schwartz PhD., Author, "An Archangel Training Manual"

"Do you have personality conflicts at work or at home? If so you'll love this fascinating book that's full of real life ways to get along better with just about anyone, anytime, anywhere. Read it and reap."
-Sam Horn, Best Selling Author of "Tongue Fu! " and "America's Intrigue Expert."

 

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Contents

Establishing the Five Rights of Everybody 1 Chapter 1 Rights Styles Types of Communication
3
Identifying Patterns of Behavior
15
The New Reality
17
Spot Your Patterns
25
Codependency in Relationships
39
The Perils of Misinterpretation 49 Chapter 6 The Map to Better Listening Skills
57
Body Language Is More Than Crossed Arms
65
Protecting Yourself from Conflict and Anger
77
Stay Grounded Despite It All
111
How Well Are You Coping?
123
How to Get It and Give It
139
Getting Someone to Do What
151
Getting What You Want
157
Solving Workplace Challenges
171
The Tricks to Business Negotiation
181
Conclusion
187

Never Ever Explain to an Angry Person
79
Vulnerable People Hide Behind Anger
89
The Urge to Smack Someone and How to Control It
97
References
197
About the Author
203
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