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Love as a Way of Life: Seven Keys to Transforming Every Aspect of Your…

de Gary Chapman

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"Each day involves countless interactions with others--not only among family and friends but also with neighbors, coworkers, even telephone solicitors. An attitude of love may ot be your top priority in some of these encounters. But what if the ancient maxim 'love your neighbor as yourself' applied to everyone, including those you meet in the most ordinary circumstances? By giving love, instead of grabbing for it, you'll become the person others want to love in return, no matter what their role in your life. Relationship expert Dr. Gary Chapman applies the seven characteristics of authentic love to family life, friendship, the workplace, and beyond. Eye-opening personal assessments uncover relational strengths and weaknesses, while real-life stories and ideas for building habits of love will inspire you to grow into the complete person you were meant/created to be. Capture a vision that will transform your relationships and make your corner of the world a better place--by choosing Love As a Way of Life"--From publisher's web site.… (més)

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  atman2019 | Jul 31, 2019 |
This book gives a solid foundation for the principles of expressing love to other people. It's written from a Christian perspective, but in a fairly low-key way so that it could be applicable to everyone.

The author proposes that the main methods of behaving in a loving way to strangers as well as family and friends include kindness, forgiveness, courtesy, and honesty. All rather obvious, yet it seems that most people display only one or two of these and need a refresher course in ways to show more love and acceptance to those around them.

So, after introducing reasons why he believes that love is important, the author takes one method at a time, and expands on what he believes they encompass, and practical ways of going about showing them.

I don't think there was anything new or life-changing in this book; it took me six weeks to read it, not because it was dull or difficult, but because a few pages at a time were sufficient to provoke a bit of thought. Gary Chapman is the author of the 'five love languages' books, which are eye-opening to many people, and which I found difficult to put down when I first read a couple of them. This one is less so - but nonetheless, worth reading if you are interested in the topic. ( )
  SueinCyprus | Jan 26, 2016 |
Love this and try to be this way, but reading his book helps me with it. :) ( )
  inkcharmed | Apr 18, 2011 |
This book is organized so that the reader can use it as a guide with a group study or while working on his/her own self-improvement. Written in a straight-forward, interesting manner, it's a worthwhile read. ( )
  smilingsally | Dec 6, 2008 |
Well written book about changing every aspect one's life . The author describes 7 traits of a loving person that our a must in every relationship and part of. There are 7 traits of which the author describes in chapters by themselves as well as provide stories from people all over the country. Another good feature is that there is a reading guide at the end of the book for book discussion groups to use. ( )
  laws | Aug 28, 2008 |
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"Each day involves countless interactions with others--not only among family and friends but also with neighbors, coworkers, even telephone solicitors. An attitude of love may ot be your top priority in some of these encounters. But what if the ancient maxim 'love your neighbor as yourself' applied to everyone, including those you meet in the most ordinary circumstances? By giving love, instead of grabbing for it, you'll become the person others want to love in return, no matter what their role in your life. Relationship expert Dr. Gary Chapman applies the seven characteristics of authentic love to family life, friendship, the workplace, and beyond. Eye-opening personal assessments uncover relational strengths and weaknesses, while real-life stories and ideas for building habits of love will inspire you to grow into the complete person you were meant/created to be. Capture a vision that will transform your relationships and make your corner of the world a better place--by choosing Love As a Way of Life"--From publisher's web site.

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