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Right and Wrong Expectations in Friendship

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Restaurant pals, cubicle neighbors, and then the family... in a society where 24 hours and email don't seem to aid sincere efforts to keep in touch, Don Clowers reveals why you should maintain deep relationships and what you can expect from them, through his fresh, biblical approach.Clowers takes the reader step-by-step through short, easy-to-read chapters, answering ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published April 27th 2001 by Harrison House (first published March 2001)
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“In difficult situations in dealing with others, I have found that my attitude is more important than the facts. If I maintain the right attitude, I can better deal with the facts. A wrong attitude or motive can cause me to miss the plan that God has for me. Furthermore, a wrong attitude can damage my relationships with others.” 2 likes
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