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Book details
  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Family Relationships
  • Language:English
  • Pages:250
  • eBook ISBN:9781618429957

I Say This, You Say That:

Men and Women Talk with Each Other When Facing Change

by Sabra Brock, Ph.D and Joseph Dooley, Ph.D

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Overview
How do you do change your life and get a better relationship all at the same time? Here’s an easy way to start: read I Say This, You Say That – Men and Women Talk with Each Other When Facing Change. This easy-to-read book gives you specific tips to make you more productive and less frustrated. Want a refreshing and stimulating look at the age-old question of how men and women differ? I Say This, You Say That shows how men and women handle change differently. Plus, it guides you with practical steps to use when you have no choice but to change. By hearing how others have successfully navigated the changing courses of their lives, you’ll learn that you can too. I Say This, You Say That doesn’t just provide theories, it’s filled with worksheets, quizzes and assessment tools that will help you fine tune -- or even rebuild -- your relationships. Drawing upon the latest scientific insights and years of experience helping men and women cope with change, these expert authors reveal why men and women approach change differently and how each can learn from the other. To do that, Drs. Brock and Dooley dig through a wide range of gender studies – from differing brain activity to the anthropology of gender roles. Then they bring those theories to life in illuminating stories from a plethora of case studies. Their step-by-step advice will help you improve relationships and work through the major transitional life events such as job losses, divorce, financial setbacks and health problems. And remarkably, I Say This, You Say That isn’t just informative, it’s fun to read -- filled with real-life relationship dilemmas told in the authentic voices of the people who’ve lived through them and thrived. The authors provide the Brock Method, a five-step plan to put your life in sync, helping you: •Imagine a personal vision for the future, •Re-evaluate the present, •Develop emotional resilience in the face of life’s challenges, •Learn to be flexible and •Cultivate the self-confidence necessary to take thoughtful action. Men and women may travel different paths but -- as the authors promise -- they can meet in the middle. This book helps show you how.
Description
How do you do change your life and get a better relationship all at the same time? Here’s an easy way to start: read I Say This, You Say That – Men and Women Talk with Each Other When Facing Change. This easy-to-read book gives you specific tips to make you more productive and less frustrated. Want a refreshing and stimulating look at the age-old question of how men and women differ? I Say This, You Say That shows how men and women handle change differently. Plus, it guides you with practical steps to use when you have no choice but to change. By hearing how others have successfully navigated the changing courses of their lives, you’ll learn that you can too. I Say This, You Say That doesn’t just provide theories, it’s filled with worksheets, quizzes and assessment tools that will help you fine tune -- or even rebuild -- your relationships. Drawing upon the latest scientific insights and years of experience helping men and women cope with change, these expert authors reveal why men and women approach change differently and how each can learn from the other. To do that, Drs. Brock and Dooley dig through a wide range of gender studies – from differing brain activity to the anthropology of gender roles. Then they bring those theories to life in illuminating stories from a plethora of case studies. Their step-by-step advice will help you improve relationships and work through the major transitional life events such as job losses, divorce, financial setbacks and health problems. And remarkably, I Say This, You Say That isn’t just informative, it’s fun to read -- filled with real-life relationship dilemmas told in the authentic voices of the people who’ve lived through them and thrived. The authors provide the Brock Method, a five-step plan to put your life in sync, helping you: • Imagine a personal vision for the future, • Re-evaluate the present, • Develop emotional resilience in the face of life’s challenges, • Learn to be flexible and • Cultivate the self-confidence necessary to take thoughtful action. Men and women may travel different paths but -- as the authors promise -- they can meet in the middle. This book help show you how.
About the author
Dr. Sabra Brock is a leader in the area of change management and innovative business thinking. Her clients include the Conference Board, Aeon of Japan, American Management Association, ArtCenter South Florida, Baruch College, Colgate-Palmolive, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Hitachi, Johnson & Johnson, Meridian (France), New Horizons, Related Real Estate, Univentures, and Verizon. She publishes widely in academic journals. The topic of her 2007 dissertation was gender differences in adapting to change. Dr. Brock is currently president of The Training Advantage. TTA specializes in helping people and organizations reframe problems and opportunities using existing strengths. She lives in New York City.
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