Person to Person: Positive Relationships Don't Just Happen
In this second edition, Hanna guides students through this in-depth, positive approach to developing healthy interactions and relationships in all aspects of life. Coverage includes personal understanding and self-enhancement, improving interpersonal communication skills, and developing and enriching different types of relationships. This edition represents a major revision to include updating of recent relevant material. It also includes new coverage to reflect recent developments in the field of psychology and related areas. This work is appropriate for use on graduate and undergraduate courses in Human Relations, Applied or Practical Psychology, Personal Growth, Adjustment, Adult Living, and Human Resources.
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Knowing and Valuing Yourself
Understanding Yourself Throughout the Lifespan
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