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Why Don't We Listen Better? Communicating & Connecting in Relationships

by Dr. James C. Petersen

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Using a light touch and sensible techniques, Why Don t We Listen Better? puts the experience of Jim Petersen s forty years of counseling and pastoral ministry at your service in improving your communication and relationships. A Talker-Listener Card process and specific listening techniques for instant use show you how to turn win-lose communication into come-alive cooperation.

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