Everyone faces the challenges of making relationships work. Whether with spouses, family members, friends, lovers, or colleagues, relationships have the power to make one feel happy, frustrated, or miserable. In Relationship Breakthrough, Cloe Madanes - an expert in creating healing, empowering relationships - gives listeners vital tools to transform their relationships and their lives. Madanes's cutting-edge methods produce real results and create rewarding, sustainable relationships. Using simple, step-by-step exercises and drawing on the examples of clients who have benefited from this technique, Relationship Breakthrough teaches listeners how to:
This is the only book that ties the guiding principles of Tony Robbins's work with Cloe Madanes's revolutionary approach to relationship therapy. Our connections with the people in our lives have the capacity to bring us great joy, if only we understood the fundamental needs we all have, but sometimes express differently. Drawing on her trademark wisdom, empathy, and extensive clinical experience, Madanes shows listeners how to better understand their own needs and those of others, bringing clarity and insight into any relationship.
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I really enjoyed the information. However throughout the book they spoke of the questionnaire at the end that would help you to identify which are your primary basic needs that you seek to fulfill. The questionnaire wasn't read. :( So now I also need the printed version if I want to get the information that was meant to be had.
Maybe. This one came to me on the recommendation of a friend.
There were a few "pearls". Like little one liners that helped understand relationships a bit better, but ultimately, it is mostly just stories about this couple and that couple doing this and that for their marriage. Anecdotal kind of stuff that is hard to boil down into something useful. There were also these constant lists or steps of things. "five steps" of whatever, "six needs of everyone", and so on. Lists are a helpful learning tool, but an overused tool is self-defeating.
Kind of boring. Very little enthusiasm in the voice.
No, but a movie is certainly a lot less of a time commitment.
If you have a free credit and have a shaky relationship, give it a try. It might be helpful to you, but it was only marginally helpful for me.
The information provided in this book was very insightful educational and thought-provoking. I found the examples relatable and able to apply to my experiences.
This is an awesome book that will help you in evaluating your relationship. It will teach you to ask and empowering questions and it will guide you to next steps in better relationship
The last hour summaries the book, outstanding book!! You need to get this regardless if you already have a boyfriend/girlfriend. It can be any relationship- parents, kids, cousins, friends, wife/husband, anything. It talks about our six needs as humans.
Nice and very and polite/pleasant voice, but with none of the inspiration or energy of Tony Robbins.
An inspiring introspection...provoking and stimulating motivation; to actively positively change. Thank You for awakening my personal clarity.
"A must read for everybody!"
I started reading this book with apprehension. I thought it would be another "self help book " like all the others I have read. This book turned out to be a world of knowledge and tips and tricks to help others and yourself. I have made my family read it and use it in my work (I'm a healthcare professional).
The strategies and tips really work. You will be enlightened and amazed.
It is written in a pleasant way and has a moderate pace of information release with no "beating around the bush ".
You will love it!
"Good listen to"
Liked the story's so you can relate to certain people and situations was easy to listen to
"Great/ simple to implement"
love the nerrative, exampkes are simlle and powerful. it will helt me with my patients abd personal life
Amazing read! very insightful and knowledgable really enjoyed the whole book. Would recommend to others interested in relationship development t
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