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The Power of Humility: Choosing Peace over Conflict in Relationships Paperback – July 18, 2006
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I wish I had enough money to buy a copy for each of my family members and friends. It's that good. I read it, and re-read it immediately a second time. I love this book, and have started reading it to my 9 mos son.
Our responsibility in life is to respond with ability. Doing it with humility and leaving the ego aside is where our journey should be guiding us.
Buy knowing that you will cherish this book for many reads to come.
It makes it so obvious why some relationships don't work &/or how it's possible to work on important ones we don't want to lose.
I've read Charles Whitfield's 'Healing The Child Within' & love it so much that it was hard not to compare that book while reading this one. This has a different style as it's written with 4 other people. However, i like having it on my shelf, & i'll definitely read it again. I highly recommend 'Healing The Child Within' by Charles Whitford for anyone who has suffered childhood abuse of any kind.
When I first started the book and I came across terms like Chakra, triangling, and level 1 conflicts, I thought to myself, "Oh boy, here we go with the psychological babble". However, I found it was worth it to exercise some patience and read on.
If you're in an unhealthy relationship, or if you just want to fine tune your life, this is a great guide.
Don't try to take all this in in one sitting. There are some complicated concepts in there... but stick with it an find yourself enriched.
A full 3/4 of the book focuses on relationship 'triangles'. This is basically using a third person to team up against another person. I find this subject, although I am sure academic, not useful to the purpose I purchased the book. Many, many situations requiring humility have nothing to do with triangles.
In summary, this book should be called "Triangle Relationships and Humility" to be more accurate. It's discussion of humility itself is meager.
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Humility is another human experience that is misunderstood, and often mistaken for "downtrodden". In order to choose peace over conflict, a person has to be grounded in an... Read morePublished on June 8, 2013 by Rivka Edery, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
Very well written and inspiring self-help book. The best in the market. I would recommend it to everyone. Shipment perfectly on time.Published on March 2, 2013 by Anna