Nonviolent Communication is interpersonal relations, personal transformation, counseling and psychology book which shares the benefits of nonviolent communication. Marshall B. Rosenberg and Deepak Chopra are the authors of this magnificent book. Violent means that acting in ways that brings nothing but harm to your personality. Violent communication means that you are bullying, judging, pointing fingers, blaming, criticizing, discriminating, finger-pointing, blaming, speaking without listening, discrimination, racism, reacting when angry, name-calling, criticizing and saying wrong words to others. This kind of communication brings nothing good into your life. Nonviolent Communication is totally opposite to violent communication.
Choice Theory is the psychology, interpersonal relations and counseling book which shares the proven techniques to improve our relationships. William Glasser is the author of this magnificent book. This guide explains people about the cons of dysfunctional relations in our life. He tells that having unsatisfying, disconnecting and untreatable illness is the source of all crimes, mental illness, school failure, addictions, marital and family issues. To make our life better, we must give up the punishing relations that are destroying our life. Relations plays a key role in the development of personal and professional life. If you have good relations at home then your life will full of happiness and peace.
“The Art of Showing Up: How to Be There for Yourself and Your People” is a self-esteem book for the readers. The Art of Showing Up is written by the author Rachel Wilkerson Miller. Wilkerson Miller was a senior life editor at BuzzFeed for four years. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, the Hairpin, Huffington Post, and much more. In this book, Wilkerson Miller shares numerous tips to develop friendship and love in the life. She also guides for developing friendships and learning what it means to show up for other people.
“The Power of a Positive No: Save the Deal Save The Relationship and Still Say No” is an inspiring and guiding book in which the author says that you don’t need to say yes always but to say no you should learn how to say no. This formidable and revealing book is written by William Ury. He is the bestselling New York Times author and had been served as an advisor and legal guider for many years. In this book, one can get the knowledge of his or her own interest and it provides guidelines for each and every field and tells us how to be successful and ambitious in life and how to achieve your high aims. Book states that business is not about the quality of the product rather it depends on the way that you present your products and advertises them. Say no but with an optimistic and positive approach not by pessimistic because it is a tool to succeed in the business world. In summary, the book is full of inspiration, guide, and is a must-read book.
“Why Is It Always About You? : The Seven Deadly Sins of Narcissism” talks about the narcissist people. Sandy Hotchkiss is the author of this informative book. Sandy is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Southern California. She is also on the faculty of the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute. Sandy specializes in the interpersonal aspects of personality disorders and recovery from relational trauma. Why Is It Always About You? Is the first famous book on narcissism in more than a decade? She explains how to manage with egotistical people who are incapable of the fundamental give and take that helps the healthy relationship.
She describes the Seven Deadly Sins of Narcissism and their origins. After reading this book you will go through various emotions like something is comforting about having a name for a phenomenon and also about knowing that you are not the only one to observing it. This informative book is perfect for those who are forced to have relationships with Narcissists, such as co-parent. All in all, “Why Is It Always About You?” has excellent practical suggestions on how to overcome narcissist problems.
How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less is the communication skills, interpersonal relation and friendship guide which teaches readers how to adopt a voice tone and body language to inspire others. Boothman Nicholas is the author of this magnificent book. This is an incredible book for all those who wanted to crack a job, interview, applying to college, looking for a soulmate and hundreds of other benefits. Boothman explains in details how to get the best out of every relation and what is the secret to connecting with others.
What kind of attitude helps you to develop a trustful relation with others and how to make people like you? If you keep asking people question to the people then it helps you to get closer to the people. Talking more with the people around you gives you an ultimate road to make life-lasting relations. Boothman focuses on the face to face communication and it the most effective way to make relationships with others. It helps you to assist people like you and it will just take ninety-second psychology to achieve what you desire for. There are many other useful techniques for better communication like positive attitude and body language.