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I'm Right, You're Wrong, Now What?: Break the Impasse and Get What You Need Hardcover – May 13, 2008
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Not a quick read and put it down kind of book. More read here, read there, think about it, try it out, read some more kind of book.
In particular I like that Amador gives detailed examples of a variety of situations where the techniques are actually used, such as a couple discussing whether to move the family for a job opportunity, grown sisters negotiating over when to schedule a family reunion, and handling conflict on the phone with a hospital nurse who cites privacy laws in refusing to provide critical medical info about the author's mother. These examples help me project the LEAP technique into my own life.
Amador's friendly and clear writing style is in large part what makes this book so effective and so accessible.
Great reading for anyone who is confronting impasses, or even dealing with love ones with mental illness.