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“Small but mighty new reference...the only book I can recommend to all audiences....P.M. Forni deserves great acclaim for developing such potent yet easy to digest remedies for many of today's ills.” ―Daniel Buccino, METAPSYCHOLOGY ONLINE
“Choosing Civility is one of those rare gems one never expected to find but always hoped would appear. Professor Forni writes with wit, force, and grace on a subject that has become all too hoity-toity. Forni reclaims manners from the mantlepiece and grounds his advice in the details of everyday life. This book is about how we ought to treat each other. What could be more important than that?” ―Edward Hallowell, M.D., author of Connect and The Childhood Roots of Adult Happiness
“Choosing Civility is a beautiful book that lifts the spirit, warms the heart, and provides clear direction for a balanced life. Dr. Forni gently guides the reader to relationship insights that assure love, joy and meaningful friendship. Anyone interested in living a civil and worthwhile life should read this book.” ―Arthur P. Ciaramicoli, Ed D., PhD, Author of The Power of Empathy--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
exactly what I needed for class. quick delivery and just as described.Published 7 days ago by Rebecca Gonzalez
Recommend without reservation for those interested in a good soup-to-nuts book on the topic.Published 15 days ago by Steven B. Miner
Mr. Forni has written a book about civility for times that are, perhaps, less civil than we might like. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patricia McGinnis
This was a very easy read with useful information. Originally I bought this book because it was required for one of my University classes that all students had to take. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rachel
This was a great book, it is one that I think at least every high school teenager should read, if not every adult. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stacy Hilling
Just because everyone needs civility in their life. I suggest this book. Small, easy read that explains 'the right thing to do'.
I'd suggest this book to every young adult.