Stop letting your differences drive you apart—instead let Renee Baron, acclaimed marriage and family therapist as well as co-author of The Enneagram Made Easy and Are You My Type?, show you how to reinvigorate your relationship today. In Opposites Attract, Baron unlocks the secrets of understanding personality types using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI™). Baron’s playful and practical guide to getting closer to your partner is indispensible for anyone striving to keep their relationship stress-free, fun, and loving.
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About the Author
Renee Baron has been in private practice for more than twenty-five years and has taught countless workshops and seminars on the value of understanding your personality type. She uses the Enneagram and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator™ personality assessments to give people practical yet powerful tools to develop clarity into their own and other people's behavior. Her books have been published in seventeen countries and include The Enneagram Made Easy, What Type Am I?, and Are You My Type, Am I Yours?
What People are Saying About This
“Beginning with the first page, I experienced Renee’s gift for explaining type preferences in a simple, elegant, understandable and very engaging way...Renee’s able to employ mutliple devices - checklists, spot-on anecdotes, and very funny cartoons - to make some complex ideas not only understandable but immediately useful in real ways.”
“Baron takes complicated ideas and makes them accessible and immediately useful for any couple.”
“After being “typed” myself in the mid 1960’s, I am still amazed at the ever new levels of truth that unfold from the “MBTI”. It is clearly drawing from a deep sourceand here is another wonderfuland genuinely helpful application from that source.”
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Long-time marriage and family therapist Renee Baron uses the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) to educate her clients on how personality type, or preference, affects relationships. In Opposites Attract, she uses a strong sense of humor to help readers figure out the often confusing world of relationships. Baron says, “In our relationships, especially our intimate ones, we often are attracted to people who are different from us.” To help us understand those differences, we can use the MBTI to determine our own as well as our partner’s type and the traits and characteristics that go along with those types. Opposites Attract uses quizzes, comics and checklists to explain the four MBTI types, plus offers advice on how to communicate with each type and what to look for in yourself to make communication more effective. A fun read with humor that might just make you laugh at yourself and help improve your relationships. — Kristy Musalo, New Connexion Journal