I have this on my kindle and in my bookcase and one extra in case I want to give this to a friend. such great ideas and observations, everything is a learning moment. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Regina Vitolo
A most helpful, clearly-written book that inspires us to see the higher purpose in those who annoy us.Published 1 month ago by Jitka Lom
This book is a great inspiration and help in dealing with difficult people in our lives. Let's face it, we all have hard to deal with people we wish would just "go away"... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Rose Waruszewski
I picked up this tight little book at a yard sale for a dollar and was completely blown away!! While perhaps some of the more "spiritual" aspects of Rosen's philosophy weren't... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Arionne Crawford
It is a comical way, with serious undertones, that helps talk about a difficult topic. Definitely a book I give to everyone!Published 16 months ago by N. Sussman
I downloaded this book in a state of great anger.I have been recently treated unfairly from a relative I thought I could trust.It was extremely painful. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Rania Preveza
Love Rosen's Buddhist take on difficult people. Changing yourself is the only option that makes sense.
Just ordered another copy as a gift for a friend.
Rosen suggests there are no "evil" people (or so few they don't matter). He defines "evil" as those who cause harm, knowingly, rationally, and without empathy. Read morePublished on August 21, 2012 by TucsonShopper