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Make Peace With Anyone: Breakthrough Strategies to Quickly End Any Conflict, Feud, or Estrangement

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Make Peace with Anyone is the first book that shows readers how to quickly resolve any situation, no matter how long it's been going on, or how many people are involved. The techniques and psychological strategies presented here are simple, easy to understand, and work...fast. In this book readers will learn how to:

*End any family feud
*Get an apology from anyone
*Jumpstart
...more
ebook, 208 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by St. Martin's Press (first published January 12th 2002)
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Suzie
Aug 03, 2012 Suzie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
So I originally picked this up with a specific conflict in mind, but it was so good I kept reading. Perhaps it's reverse psychology at work, but it seems like it's designed to work on YOUR attitude instead of the person you're in conflict with, which seems quite effective. There were a few recommendations I wouldn't agree with and some of his suggestions didn't seem very Christian, oh and a random spelling error, but otherwise a great book and one that I think I'll actually remember as future co ...more
Kylir Horton
Mar 10, 2010 Kylir Horton rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I didn't really like this book. Some of the principles seemed like the author was trying too hard to come up with a break-through revelation to solving conflicts. It ended up having too much overly simplistic advice that wasn't very applicable. I also didn't like the endless lists that it had. It had some interesting insights though.
Reuben Rail
Dec 24, 2007 Reuben Rail rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Even if you don't want to buy this book, just go to your local book store and read Chapter 1 - it is really good and worth your time.
Elisa
Oct 23, 2009 Elisa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
about how to manage those close relationships well.
Heather
Oct 13, 2014 Heather rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
He raises a few good points, like people fight to be heard, rather than over who takes the garbage out, etc. I also felt that some of his techniques were very manipulative and would even confuse someone. I've definitely read better,
Deb
Interesting Interesting someone with a PhD uses the word unconscious throughout the entire book when subconscious is what should be used. Some interesting information.

Interesting someone with a PhD uses the word unconscious throughout the entire book when subconscious is what should have been used. Some interesting information, but that mistake makes me question his knowledge of psychology since I learned that in one term of psychology in college.
Tanny
Jun 12, 2013 Tanny rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I found this book very simply put and easy to read, not hard work at all. Whether the strategies work I am soon to find out....
Natalie
Great little organized book, by type of dispute. Funny but good concepts; very very prescriptive.
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David J. Lieberman, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized leader in the field of human behavior and interpersonal relationships. He is the creator of NeuroDynamic Analysis for short-term therapy.

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