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I found her to be unpretentious and personable, as well as a good teacher.
You will see the effects of what clear, positive, empathetic communication can bring to even the most difficult relationship conflicts.
Anyone could benefit from applying these principles, especially those new to the topic of relationship communication.
First, let me say that the ideas behind the phrases are amazing. I think that, if I use these things personally, they'll help me be much more authentic in my communication (which I... Read morePublished 5 months ago by EJS
It is a book written with much simplicity. It should be read by anyone who is committed to experience a true, viable ,harmonious society, as well as s family relationships. Read morePublished 6 months ago by mireille l. pingitore
I think it's quite easy readable and very useful book which helps to build more conscious relationships with inner self and others. Really practical advises to anyone.Published 8 months ago by Yanis
Good self help book. Easy read makes sense and was helpful to me may not be to others but I found it useful.Published 10 months ago by annadora Y khan
I love love love this book! I have purchased 2 of these same books as I gave one to a friend after reading it. I will definitely be purchasing more as gifts.Published 14 months ago by fringe fx
Getting Real, Saying What's Real, and Truth in Dating are three of Susan Campbell's books that I have been reading and rereading recently. Read morePublished on July 3, 2010 by Cynthia A. Marquette
I read this after her first book "Getting Real." For couples who find themselves in communication impasses and when they continually fight the same fight, eventually they get... Read morePublished on May 8, 2010 by checkisinthemail
When you get a book like this unsolicited from the most underhanded person you ever met, you tend to read with a critical eye, yes. Read morePublished on August 21, 2009 by MB
We may refer to them using different terms, but most of them have them: vulnerabilities, insecurities, sensitivities or hot buttons. Dr. Read morePublished on October 4, 2008 by Leah Mullen