The Language of Choice Theory
This companion to the bestselling "Choice Theory" brings Glasser's theories to life, demonstrating how family, classroom, the workplace, and relationships can benefit if control is made obsolete.
Paperback, 128 pages
Published January 6th 1999 by Harper Perennial
(first published 1999)
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Short, sweet, and crystal clear. This book, while of few words gives a clear set of examples of old psychology or "external control" and how the same situation can be made infinitely better by using Choice Theory instead. I have given examples like these in many of my sessions with clients and couples and I always pose the same question, "Now how do you see this situation being different by using the Choice Theory approach? How will your relationship benefit?" This book allows the reader to see...more