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US: Transforming Ourselves and the Relationships that

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"The key to real and lasting change lies somewhere between what you know and what you do. It’s what you think." —Lisa Oz

Being social creatures, we yearn for connection but often fall into bad habits that interfere with our ability to have rewarding relationships. We begin to see ourselves as alone, isolated, or at odds with the rest of the universe. How
ebook, 224 pages
Published April 6th 2010 by Free Press (first published March 25th 2010)
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Dixie LoCicero
There were parts of the book I really liked, like how we need to understand ourselves before we can understand others or have relationships be successful. I liked some of the activities she gave at the end of each chapter. Some of her views about men & women being the "perfect union" make me wonder how she'd feel about same-sex relationships.
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There seems to be a consensus here that this book didn't have a lot of substance to it. Maybe I just haven't read enough relationship advice type books, but I really enjoyed this one. The author offers a fresh perspective and opens up about her own insecurities. I appreciated her honesty and gained a lot from reading this.
This was a quick read and I liked how it was broken up into topics of interest. I didn't feel like there was anything new as far as advice that has already been given by millions of self help authors...take time to pamper yourself, exercise, eat right, treat others the way you would like to be treated etc... I did like her personal stories about her own struggles and how she applied the principles to her own life.
Kind of interesting, self help sort of book. Very generalized look at life. If you like Dr. Oz you might appreciate a little peek into his world via his wife. Nothing new here, nothing ground breaking but a good read.
Basically an ok book on how to be a better, more aware person. Lisa Oz ads a few unique ideas to much written about topics. I enjoyed her personal anecdotes most of all.
Did not finish. Hohum.
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