The Mind Gym: Relationships Paperback – 8 Jan 2009
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A step-by-step guide to improving the relationships in your life, whether it's with a difficult parent, a moody child, a bullying boss or a cheating lover. With tips, questionnaires and psychological techniques, The Mind Gym: Relationships will help you solve even the trickiest problem (That's Life)
This handy book is the third in a bestselling series and is packed with innovative tips and techniques to help you do just that and transform your everyday life (Lighter Life)
What's next? The Mind Gym (Newsweek)
Success without the sweat (FINANCIAL TIMES)
The third book from The Mind Gym. Whether it's the boss, clients, friends or lovers, getting relationships right matters. This book shows how to make yours shine.See all Product Description
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This isn't the only useful chapter, it has really helped me take control of some tricky relationships I had at work and spot when I'm getting into psychological games. Thanks Mind Gym for a brilliant book - I need to buy it for a few more people I know!
Full of useful advice and understanding of the common and frequent difficulties with relationships at work, plus the helpful deep comprehension and knowledge of domestic emotional problems, Relationships is absolutely first-class: because of its large subject coverage I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone who has contact with people, (all of us?) whatever the context.
Dipping into this excellent book will tell you much more about yourself, and others, than you imagined.
It's full of fascinating insights from positive psychology (the useful side of psychological research) and offers practical tips, tools and techniques to help someone improve just about any relationship. This book is a must have.
The breadth of content covered is astounding and their advice is just as relevant for relationships at work as those at home. There are tips for rebuilding broken bonds, dealing with office politics and overcoming shyness, techniques for turning arguments around and building trust, and even a chapter on how to be charming. Pretty much whatever your problem, this book has answers that can help you make progress.
I particularly liked the chapters on dealing with tricky people and breaking patterns of conflict [something I have seen a marked increase of since the start of the recession. In my working life I've encountered my fair share of tricky people, but was often a little lost when it came to tackling the worst offenders.
Here, the Mindgym show their trademark blend of terrific scientific insight and colourful writing style to give you clearly identifiable characters such as "Betty the Control Freak" and "Oscar the Charmer".Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do love the mind gym but this one didn't quite do it for me. A lot of good ideas designed for very specific situations which makes them great if they apply to you but rather... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Esk
Helped me end and escape a tough relationship! It helped me plan what I was going to say and how. Wonderful resourcePublished 6 months ago by E. Ansell
I wish I could be more upbeat, but I was disappointed. The authors overuse storytelling to make their points. And the stories they tell are old, older, and oldest. Read morePublished on 8 Oct. 2013 by M. Phelps
Too many times these types of books are simply a re-hash of "How to win friends and influence people". Read morePublished on 27 April 2013 by Simon Wilshire
'The Mind Gym: Relationships' book is my second purchase from the Mind Gym series.
In true style to the Mind Gym concept overall, the book is full of entertaining and... Read more
Excellent - really brilliant book and really user friendly. You can dip in and out and only need focus on the relevent chapters. Very helpdul and insightful.Published on 21 Aug. 2009 by Ms. Sara Fellows