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Author: Melvyn A Berke
ISBN13: 978-0133462050
Title: Games divorced people play
Format: lit azw mbr txt
ePUB size: 1386 kb
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Language: English
Category: Family Relationships
Publisher: Prentice-Hall; 1st edition (1981)
Pages: 247

Games divorced people play by Melvyn A Berke

Games divorced people play. by Berke, Melvyn . 1937-; Grant, Joanne, 1940 Dec. 2- joint author. Publication date 1981.

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Games Divorced People Play. ISBN 13: 9780133461978. Publication Date: 3/1/1983.

Games People Play is the bestselling book by Psychiatrist Dr. Eric Berne which uncovered the dynamics of human relationships. In Games, Berne introduced his theory of Transactional Analysis to the population at large. Games was the best selling non-fiction book of the 1960s and spent over 100 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller List.

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Packed full of case studies that were well organized and analyzed. The best part is how the authors also gave lots of good advice on how to deal with situations.
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