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Making the Connection: Strategies to Build Effective Personal Relationships (Collection)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 8, 2013


    The camp lay still. No cat moved, no sound could be heard. Fallen bodies lay in heaps on the sandy floor and a thick blood scent tainted the air. Slowly cats began to move, sadly accepting the fate of the fallen and solemly congragulating their new leader. Inside a small den though, one gray cat slept. Worn out or just out of sadness his reason for sleep was unknown. He turned over fitifully. He was dreaming, and a dream it was. --- "We won Yellowfang, we did it," the gray cat murmered, "it's over, forever." The mangy gray shecat who was the tom's companion glanced at him, he thought that a twinge of fear had crossed her eyes but it was gone quickly if it had, "No Jayfeather, we are far from done," she hissed, "the Dark Forest may be gone, but they are not our only enemy." "You mean," Jayfeather glared at her,"Firestar died for nothing? We aren't done fighting?" He spat at her, "This is only the beginning?" Yellowfang lowered her icy gaze, "yes, I'm afraid it is," she murmered, "Starclan is fading Jayfeather, Idon't know why or how but someone, or something is behind it. We won't have much longer before we can no longer help you," she backed away, "find them Jayfeather. The twins, the opposites, night and day, sun and moon, light and dark, the sisters. They can save us Jayfeather, find them," her last word was barely a whisper. Slowly she began to fade. "Yellowfang!" The tom called, "no!" But she was already gone and his eyes snapped open into darkness. READ RATE AND REVIEW

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  • Posted April 20, 2013

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    Very informative. Five books in one!

    Bought this book on sale, and it was well worth the money! It is filled with positive ways to build effective personal relationships and even gives you insight to the different personality types/traits out there. Some of the examples apply to the workforce, but I found the ones that apply to everyday life the most helpful. If you are looking for insight to your personality type, or how to deal with other personalities then this is for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2013


    I love how people only started to look at this book after it went on sale. I mean yeah same here bt just cmmentig.

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