Making the Most of Your Relationships: How to Find Satisfaction and Intimacy with Family and Friends
Getting on with people involves everybody to some extent. This book explores many ideas to build and maintain relationships. Relationship-building does not come naturally. It is not written into our genes. This book will help readers to improve all their relationships. It will also provide a framework for working to help prevent breakdown, as well as helping people cope when relationships do break down. This is a self-help guide to improving and maintaining personal relationships. The text suggests practical methods to deal with and resolve problems within a relationship and includes checklists, case studies, quizzes and techniques to study particular situations. Written in clear, jargon-free language, it engages the reader in self-exploration. The book is appropriate for:
- All people who work with relationships.
- Counsellors, and other health care professions.
- Students – medical, nursing, counselling, psychology, humanities.
- Ministers of religion.
- School teachers.
- Agony aunts and newspapers columnists.