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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Personal Growth / Self-Esteem
  • Language:English
  • Pages:130
  • eBook ISBN:9780977900107

How To Win At The Game Of Love

by Jennifer Amlen, LCSW

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“How to win in the game of love” is a self-help book that discusses a theory of a ‘push and pull’ dynamic within relationships. The concepts of this book are based on western psychology while combining a Buddhist approach. The book offers the reader a variety of in-depth case examples followed by techniques, tools and exercises at the end of the chapter. The case examples are interesting, varied, and accessible to the reader. While the primary focus is on relationships, it offers tools and guidelines to finding inner peace and happiness. There are theoretical explanations and descriptive analysis yet the book is easy to comprehend and is accessible for the lay person.
“How To Win In The Game Of Love” is a self-help book that is entertaining and enjoyable to read. It describes the concept of a "push and pull" interaction that exists in all our relationships. The book gives in depth case examples in every chapter. Some of the case examples are descriptive and some are told in the first person. The book is primarily developed and researched through professional experience as a working psychotherapist in New York City. In addition to hearing stories that most readers will relate to, the book offers a variety of tools and different approaches for communication. It helps the reader identify their own patterns and interactions in their relationships by learning about other’s experiences. There are theoretical explanations and descriptive analysis in a very easy to understand terminology. The case examples are interesting, with a wide variety of situations, and are also fun to read. After all, learning should be an enlightening and enjoyable experience.
About the author
Previous to embarking on her path as a psychotherapist, journalist, essayist, Jennifer Amlen enjoyed a successful career as a published songwriter and recording artist. Akin to her work in psychotherapy, Jennifer's compositions often detailed the many aspects of self-discovery and interpersonal relationships. Jennifer has a Master's Degree from Fordham University in Social Work and also trained as a psychotherapist at The Postgraduate Center of Mental Health. Currently, Jennifer is a practicing Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in New York City. In addition to her private practice, Jennifer conducts group therapy, and initiated a stress reduction group at a NYC agency. Jennifer has been published in journals, magazines and encyclopedias. "How To Win At The Game Of Love" is Jennifer's first book.