Person to person: positive relationships don't just happen
Thoroughly grounded in recent psychological and sociological research— and celebrating diversity throughout— "Person to Person" goes beyond the typical self-exploration text to provide a complete array of interpersonal skills and tips for building fulfilling relationships. The book focuses on self-awareness and self-esteem as a prelude to the development of positive and effective interpersonal communication skills and healthy professional and personal relationships. It helps students learn to take responsibility for themselves, make wiser choices, improve their relationships, appreciate diversity, and live happier, more productive lives. Features such as "Reflections and Applications" provide easily accessible, hands-on, user-friendly assignments and activities.
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1 KNOWING AND VALUING YOURSELF
UNDERSTANDING YOURSELF THROUGHOUT THE LIFESPAN
3 ACHIEVING HAPPINESS AND SATISFACTION
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