In the pages of this book, readers will come to see the far-reaching effects that their listening has on others, and will be grateful for the practical guidelines to becoming an attentive, caring listener. On the other hand, they will also gain invaluable insights into effects that the listening skills of others have upon them.
This is a book that no parent or spouse or loving friend should be without. The information contained here, when understood and applied, has the potential to revitalize relationships of every kind. It could allow every reader-as he or she becomes a good listener-to make the world a more loving, peaceful, healing place
Diocese of Brooklyn. He brings many years of counseling experiences as author of The Good Listener.
|Publisher:||Ave Maria Press|
|Product dimensions:||4.90(w) x 7.70(h) x 0.40(d)|
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A brilliant and convincing conformation of the therapeutic value of listening. ( Vincent Congilario, Psychiatrist)
An easy to read reflective journey into the art of listening. (Maureen F. Golden, Psychologist)
A treasure. This deceptively simple book reminds us that real healing...occurs in the sacred space of human encounter. (Anne Marie Paley, Psychiatrist)
A book that will help us grow in the quality of our relationship with others and with the living God. (Doug Fisher, Fisher Productions)
Valuable insights for anyone who wants to improve their listening skills. (Rev. John J. Costello, Director of Family Life Ministry, Diocese of Brooklyn)
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