Get Along with Everyone
Having been privileged to write several books, including New York Times bestsellers, I particularly welcome Rabbi Shimon Gruen's new book as an outstanding primer on how to identify and understand the four basic personality types and how they can best interact with one another. Rabbi Gruen hits the bulls-eye.
From the Foreword - By Dr. David J. Lieberman
A surprisingly simple and practical approach to helping different personalities get along at home, at work, and in every relationship, from children and parents, to couples in conflict, to individuals deciding which type of job to take, and more.
Bill Eddy LCSW, ESQ - Author of "Its All Your Fault!" 12 Tips for Managing People Who Blame Others for Everything
A road map that helps us move past taking things personally so we can really see who our partner is and learn, if we choose, how to meet them in a better way. This is a must read for anyone who wants to forge a better relationship with another person.
Allen Berger, Ph.D. - Author of "Love Secrets Revealed" and "12 Stupid Things that Mess Up Recovery"
A unique guide that might prod you into rethinking and redirecting your most important relationships. Rabbi Gruen tackles the ancient challenge of our inability to get along with one another and emerges with an unusual approach - one that not only respects individual differences but offers new hope for our species.
Adele Faber - Author of How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will talk
About the Author:
Rabbi Shimon Gruen is the founder of Leha'ir, which offers classes, workshops, teleconferences, and one-on-one counseling to teach his innovative methodology of conflict resolution and relationship building. His groundbreaking approach has already helped thousands of people across the globe.
|Publisher||Distributed By Feldheim|
|Number of pages||280|