How to Get Along with Difficult People

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Harvest House Publishers, 1984 - Psychology - 166 pages
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In this new edition of her classic book on human relationships author Florence Littauer draws from the experiences of the apostle Paul and her own demanding encounters to offer readers encouragement and practical advice to help smooth out thorny relationships.?? Readers will learn the secret to dealing with the four personality types: The "Sanguine" who wants attention and credit The "Melancholy" who longs for order and discipline The "Choleric" who appreciates action and obedience The "Phlegmatic" who loves peace and quiet Readers will learn how to help friends and family see themselves as others see them, and they?ll learn how to react to trying situations by becoming more aware of how they affect those around them.

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Florence has written over thirty books which focus on areas of personal growth. She is best known for her work on the personalities, helping us to understand ourselves and improve relationships with others. She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and received an honorary Doctor of Humanities degree from Southwestern Adventist University in Texas. The National Speakers Association has inducted Florence into their Speakers Hall of Fame. She been speaking and ministering since 1984.

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