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When Sorry Isn't Enough: Making Things Right with Those You Love

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2014

    When Sorry Isn┬┐t Enough by Gary Chapman and Jenifer Thomas is an

    When Sorry Isn’t Enough by Gary Chapman and Jenifer Thomas is an interesting and eye-opening book. Although the book provides its reader with food for thought and good inspiration, I personally would not recommend reading this book. Instead, the reader can get the same ideas out of merely a summary or abstract of the whole book.
    Chapman, author of several books on The Five Love Languages, takes his previous theories of love communication and takes the theories to the next level: apology. The authors give in depth explanation on each of the five apology languages. By doing so, the book becomes extremely redundant. By reading only the first few paragraphs of each chapter, the reader would be able to understand fully what the authors are communicating to them. The support used by Chapman and Thomas are from their career experiences, which makes them powerful. Many of the examples, however, are similar, making the reading repetitive.
    The book has a message at is inspirational and relatable to daily life. The way it is presented, however, makes the book redundant and mundane to the reader.

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