Often the greatest challenges in our relationships with others center on control.
Using the Torah wisdom of his heritage and the remarkable insight of his profession, Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.once again enlightens us on key issues that confront us every day.
The need to control others is instinctive, argues the psychiatrist. How that need is channeled can decide the success of a marriage and affect the mental health of our children. Classroom scenarios and workplace confrontations ultimately are connected to how we handle this powerful social tool.
Yet many people don't recognize the control issues all around them and we rarely acknowledge ourselves as controlling.
How do you identify controlling behavior in others? How can you cope with it successfully? Most importantly, how can you utilize this inner need in a positive way?
The masterful advice in this absorbing book will help you build better relationships with all of the people around you.
A Shaar Press Book