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The Relationship Project: Moving from You…

The Relationship Project: Moving from "You and Me" to "We"

by Bill Strom

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What's the key to improving the relationships inyour life?Improving your communication?Understanding the other person?Emotional intelligence?While all are worthwhile methods, the first step inimproving your relationships is...take a look at yourself.Your motives. Your strengths and weaknesses.Your character.By working on specific areas of your life, youcan improve how you interact with others, and inturn, how they interact with you. The RelationshipProject will challenge you to examine your selfcontrol,humility, work, faithfulness, and wisdom,as you allow God to manage these qualities. Eachchapter includes self-assessments and discussionquestions for use in personal reflections or withyour small group.

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