Talk to Me: A Therapist's Guide to Breaking Through Male Silence
While Deborah Tannen's You Just Don't Understand explained why men and women have trouble communicating, Rosenberg's program tells women what they can do about it, pointing out the ways in which many women inadvertently undermine the very communication process they want to foster.
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