Overcome life's inevitable losses
Resolve long-standing family conflicts
Synchronize their needs with those of others
Create outstanding relationships in every area of their lives
This is the only book that ties the guiding principles of Tony Robbins's work with Cloe Madanes's revolutionary approach to relationship therapy. Our connections with the people in our lives have the capacity to bring us great joy, if only we understood the fundamental needs we all have, but sometimes express differently. Drawing on her trademark wisdom, empathy, and extensive clinical experience, Madanes shows listeners how to better understand their own needs and those of others, bringing clarity and insight into any relationship.
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By Andrea Berkelaar Moorhead on 23-05-16
A must read for everybody!
I started reading this book with apprehension. I thought it would be another "self help book " like all the others I have read. This book turned out to be a world of knowledge and tips and tricks to help others and yourself. I have made my family read it and use it in my work (I'm a healthcare professional).
The strategies and tips really work. You will be enlightened and amazed.
It is written in a pleasant way and has a moderate pace of information release with no "beating around the bush ".
You will love it!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Nestor Paredes on 16-03-18
I have a bad relationship with this book.
I could not agree with the message, which is basically “please others in order to get what you want”.
The book made sleepy and was a pain to go through. Not engaging.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By Deanne on 10-01-16
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
I really enjoyed the information. However throughout the book they spoke of the questionnaire at the end that would help you to identify which are your primary basic needs that you seek to fulfill. The questionnaire wasn't read. :( So now I also need the printed version if I want to get the information that was meant to be had.
25 of 26 people found this review helpful
By DVM on 24-08-16
Meh. Some pearls, but ultimately not worth it.
Would you try another book from Cloe Madanes and Anthony Robbins and/or Aimee Jolson?
Maybe. This one came to me on the recommendation of a friend.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
There were a few "pearls". Like little one liners that helped understand relationships a bit better, but ultimately, it is mostly just stories about this couple and that couple doing this and that for their marriage. Anecdotal kind of stuff that is hard to boil down into something useful. There were also these constant lists or steps of things. "five steps" of whatever, "six needs of everyone", and so on. Lists are a helpful learning tool, but an overused tool is self-defeating.
What didn’t you like about Aimee Jolson’s performance?
Kind of boring. Very little enthusiasm in the voice.
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
No, but a movie is certainly a lot less of a time commitment.
Any additional comments?
If you have a free credit and have a shaky relationship, give it a try. It might be helpful to you, but it was only marginally helpful for me.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful