|Author:||Guy Kettelhack,Bonnie Jacobson|
|Title:||If Only You Would Listen: How to Stop Blaming His or Her Gender and Start Communicating With the One You Love|
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|ePUB size:||1524 kb|
|FB2 size:||1762 kb|
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|Publisher:||St Martins Pr; 1st edition (June 1, 1995)|
Personal Name: Jacobson, Bonnie, 1943-. Publication, Distribution, et. New York On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book If only you would listen : how to stop blaming his or her gender and start communicating with the one you love, Bonnie Jacobson, with Guy Kettelhack.
If Only You Would List. This guide offers Dr. Jacobson's easy-to-follow, proven technique for ending the miscommunication and cycles of blame that often sink a relationship. Using case histories, anecdotes, and a straightforward, positive style, she helps couples build understanding and learn to appreciate each other for who they really are. Get A Copy.
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by Bonnie Jacobson, Guy Kettelhack. ISBN 9780312130916 (978-0-312-13091-6) Hardcover, St Martins Pr, 1995. Find signed collectible books: 'If Only You Would Listen: How to Stop Blaming His or Her Gender and Start Communicating With the One You Love'.
how to stop blaming his or her gender and start communicating with the one you love. 1st ed. by Bonnie Jacobson. Published 1995 by St. Martin's Press in New York.
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Bonnie Jacobson will show you how to break the triangles and climb the seven steps to intimacy. If Only You Would Listen: How to Stop Blaming His or Her Gender and Start Communicating With the One You Love. Bonnie Jacobson, Guy Kettelhack. Dancing Around the Volcano: Freeing Our Erotic Lives: Decoding the Enigma of Gay Men and Sex. Guy Kettelhack.
Her most recent book, written with Guy Kettelhack, is "If Only You Would Listen" (St. Martin's Press), a guide for men and women to improve communications skills. Q. With a 50 percent divorce rate, why do you believe that long-term relationships are preferable? A. Just like no two people are alike, no couple is the same as another couple. So it's hard to generalize.
Blaming other people for the way I feel, act or think is disempowering. I can’t control what anyone says, but I am fully in charge of my emotions. No one can make me feel anything. No one can upset me, stress me or depress me unless I allow it. Whenever I find myself feeling frustrated or angry during difficult conversations, I have educated myself to take a long, deep breath. That helps me stay grounded and manage the way I feel. Secondly, I learned how to ask questions with the genuine curiosity of a child . Related articles more from author.
Moreover, see how he behaves, does he take a SPECIAL interest in talking to you or he acts just like a Normal friend? If you can relate yourself with the later, you will probably need some strong hints before concluding. Spend some time with him, and see whether he mentions any girl or not. To draw a better conclusion, you might even ask him whether he is interested in anyone.