Love is the answer and you are the key to unlocking its potential. From the popular New York Times best-selling author of the People Tools series comes People Tools for Love and Relationships . With 49 easy to use tools, Alan Fox s latest installment will teach you how to create and maintain great relationships with immediate results.Read more...
Love is the answer and you are the key to unlocking its potential. From the popular New York Times best-selling author of the People Tools series comes People Tools for Love and Relationships. With 49 easy to use tools, Alan Fox s latest installment will teach you how to create and maintain great relationships with immediate results.
Finding love isn t always easy. Being in love and sustaining that love can be even harder. Alan Fox is full of practical advice and guidelines for keeping things fresh and celebrating love in all its manifestations. These tools are specifically designed to teach you everything you need to nourish a long and fulfilling relationship. Each tool is fleshed out with colorful anecdotes and Fox s own discerning insights. It s time to take full responsibility for creating and maintaining your ideal relationship. Stop blaming others the key to a great relationship is you.
People Tools is packed with the wisdom of a full, long, and varied life. Alan Fox will guide you through the ins and outs of building worthwhile, rewarding relationships. Learn to:
. Find the right person, and be the right person
. Work out core issues and compromise
. Accept the things you can t change
. Find the right way to say I m sorry
. Know when to put yourself first
. Live without regret"
- ISBN-13: 9781590793565
- ISBN-10: 1590793560
- Publisher: Select Books (NY)
- Publish Date: August 2015
- Page Count: 224
Series: People Tools #2
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-07-27
- Reviewer: Staff
This breezy and upbeat book from self-help author Fox (the People Tools series) quickly wins the reader's trust when the author admits that he didn't always have it right. He was on his third marriage and wondering why he couldn't find "the right person" when he realized that he might be the problem. What Fox learned afterward is what he shares in this handy guide: "not only how to find the right person, but also to be the right person." In 50 short, easy-to-read chapters, Fox presents one tool at a time, discussing the importance of cuddles (or physical contact in general), the usefulness of a "Get-Out-of-Jail-Practically-Free card," and remembering to say thank you. Each chapter begins with two quotes (chapter 41, for instance, samples Plutarch and Waiting for Godot) that set the tone for the lesson to follow, and Fox liberally uses stories involving himself, family members, or friends to underscore his points. It's clear that Fox is generally an optimist, but he tempers his advice with some realism. While encouraging readers to "weave, don't leave" a relationship, he acknowledges a few pages later that "abandon ship" is occasionally the most prudent decision. Fox leaves readers with the advice that, as difficult as relationships can be, it's important to believe in a happy ending. (Aug.)