Book: Lessons from a Difficult Person - How to Deal with People Like Us by Sarah H. Ellistoncategories: Book, Relationships, Difficult People, Health and Stress, Anger Management, Emotions, Business Culture, Self Help, Business Communication, Supervisory Skills, Conflict Resolution
Sarah H. Ellistonabout this book: I wrote this book because I wondered why we label others difficult and don't tell the difficult person. I experienced being told that I was being difficult when I was 50 years old. I realized I had been doing it all my life and nobody ever explained it to me so that I could consider changing.
The title is designed for the reader to understand my story and then experience a series of exercises for the reader to undertake so they can actually talk to their difficult person.
I make the assumption that we want to have relationships and stop labeling and criticizing each other. The examples of dialogues in the book, which come from clients, and the activities for the reader, demonstrate how to develop a conversation not a confrontation.
Readers will learn how to look at their difficult person differently and hopefully help change some relationships and behaviors.
• "The author intersperses her wisdom with examples from her own life. It makes for a fascinating read!"
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