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By Gary B. Lundberg - I Don't Have to Make Everything All Better… (edição 1995)

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In their weekly radio show and in their popular workshops, Gary and Joy Lundberg have helped thousands of people and their families. Now the Lundbergs adress the common dilemma that arises when others expect you to solve their problems for them. They illustrate how through validation - a simple yet profound communication tool that is an essential part of any healthy relationship - you can shed the no-win role of fixer. Validation means caring, listening attentively, and choosing your words carefully. It is a skill you can use every day - with your spouse, friends, family and stepfamily; on the job; and in line at the store. Inspiring and entertaining, I Don't Have to Make Everything All Betteris poised to become a classic guide to successful relationships and peace of mind.… (mais)
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Título:By Gary B. Lundberg - I Don't Have to Make Everything All Better (1995-08-16) [Paperback]
Autores:Gary B. Lundberg (Autor)
Informação:Riverpark Pub Co (1995)
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Etiquetas:Human relations

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I don’t have to make everything all better. All I have to do is listen!

Listening is hard to do. We want to jump in with the solution to the other person’s problem. It is amazing how we “know” what the other person “should” do, but if we end up with the same problem they had, we become as confused or witless as they were. Don’t prescribe, just listen.

Listening is so hard to do that here is a whole book on the topic.

Listening is so hard that this book gives six principles “that empower others to solve their own problems.”

Contents
Part 1: The Principles
1. Be an effective validator
2. Leave the responsibility where it belongs
3. Acknowledge emotions
4. Develop the art of listening
5. Find the right time to teach
6. Learn the effective validating phrases and question
Part 2: The Application
Chapters illustrating validation in various setting follow

Conclusion
1. What is validation? “The ability to walk emotionally with another person ...”
2. What are the four rules of validation?
- LISTEN (by giving your full attention)
- LISTEN (to the feelings being expressed)
- LISTEN (to the needs being expressed)
- UNDERSTAND (by putting yourself in the other person’s shoes as best you can)
3. What is the universal need of every human being?
4. What is the underlying principle that allows a person to effectively validate someone else?
5. Where does the responsibility for someone’s problem lie?
6. What are the four key elements of effective boundary setting?
7. When is the right time to teach?
8 Give two good validating phrases and questions? (Page 266-267 of 272)

It is written with lots of anecdotes. At first that was a bit disappointing, and I gradually realized that is what most people relate to. After realizing that I began to quite enjoy the book. I even enjoyed the chapters talking about settings that don’t apply to me.
I have the 1995 edition, which has the same ISBN as the 1999 edition, but is 272 pages long instead of 304 pages. ( )
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In their weekly radio show and in their popular workshops, Gary and Joy Lundberg have helped thousands of people and their families. Now the Lundbergs adress the common dilemma that arises when others expect you to solve their problems for them. They illustrate how through validation - a simple yet profound communication tool that is an essential part of any healthy relationship - you can shed the no-win role of fixer. Validation means caring, listening attentively, and choosing your words carefully. It is a skill you can use every day - with your spouse, friends, family and stepfamily; on the job; and in line at the store. Inspiring and entertaining, I Don't Have to Make Everything All Betteris poised to become a classic guide to successful relationships and peace of mind.

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