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Reconnecting


A Self-Coaching Solution to Revive Your Love Life

"Reconnecting is an extraordinary book that can end needless relationship struggle and frustration. Dr. Luciani's approach is to empower you to become a catalyst for change and healing. Regardless of the nature of your struggle, if you read this book, you will be in a position to direct the love back into your l

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Published April 1st 2009 by Wiley
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Tess Mertens-Johnson
I have been married for 30 years, and thought this may help and give tips about keeping the marriage fresh.
I am also going through a bad employment situation. I found the advise this book gave could also be used in the work force. I found it amazingly parallel as to how the marriage advice on self coaching to make yourself a better partner also was sound advise on being an employee.
Two for one from this book
Tracy Dixon
I thought this book was overly simplistic. In his opinion, the reason for all negative behavior is insecurity. I'm not sure I agree. I also felt it was light on remedies for stifling negative thoughts.
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Oct 17, 2013 Derek rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Every conflict in interpersonal relationship is equally owned by both of the individuals involved in the conflict. In order to stop the downward spiral, it only takes the effort of one individual extracting himself from the mess to begin the healing process. Most bad behavior can be traced back to insecurity and our defensive reaction to those circumstances that cause us to feel threatened.
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Dr. Joe has been a practicing clinical psychologist for more than thirty-five years. He's the internationally best-selling author of the Self-Coaching series of books, published in ten languages. He's written articles and been featured in numerous national magazines and newspapers, including O, The Oprah Magazine, Redbook, USA Today, Fitness, Health, Shape, and Body and Soul. He appears frequently ...more
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