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Families: Using Type to Enhance Mutual…

Families: Using Type to Enhance Mutual Understanding

by Charles W. Ginn

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A practical guide designed to help couples understand and strengthen their relationships. The author shows how couples, children, and extended families can build bridges across personality types, rather than allowing those differences to become gulfs that divide them.

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