Paperback: 255 pagesPublisher: One Spirit (2003)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 0965007235ISBN-13: 978-0965007238 Product Dimensions: 8 x 5.3 x 1.5 inches Shipping Weight: 1.4 poundsAverage Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)...
|Title||:||The Dance of Anger / The Dance of Intimacy / The Dance of Deception|
|Number of Pages||:||255 Pages|
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The Dance of Anger / The Dance of Intimacy / The Dance of Deception Reviews
به نام شعله های خشم مهدی قرچه داغی ترجمه اش کرده . به خواندنش می ارزد.
Because this book is a three-in-one volume, I'll be sharing three links to the separate reviews.The Dance of Anger is a re-read for me, a book recommended to me by my counselor when I was in college. I enjoyed it then and still enjoyed it now. For more:http://satiasreviews.blogspot.com/201...The Dance of Intimacy shares a lot of the same wisdom as the first book in this collection but good advice is still good even when it is repeated. For more:http://satiasreviews.blogspot.com/201...The Dance of Deception departs from the more narrow focus of familial and partner relationships to community and societal ones and explains Lerner's own psychological perspective of the use and abuse of honesty. For more:http://satiasreviews.blogspot.com/201...This collection as a whole . . .As a collection, I don’t think these three books fit as tightly together as they could. The first two are a seamless fit. The first introducing many of the themes that will be further explored and expanded upon in the second. Both focus on familial and spousal/partner relationships. Because the third book doesn’t focus as narrowly on relationships, the themes common to the previous two are merely alluded to with a presumption that the reader has already learned about them from the previous two books. While it makes sense that the publisher would want to create a book that includes more than one book by Lerner, in choosing the first three books she had published, they weakened the intention. Had they only combined the first two books, perhaps adding a book published later, the single volume would have been better. Or if they chose to add a third book that, like the third, focused on a broader definition of relationship. But in committing to combining the first three books Lerner published, the publisher took an easier and less effective path. Each book stands on its own merit and even stands better alone than when forced into a single book.
The Dance of Anger, The Dance of Deception and the Dance of Deception have been staples on my bookshelf for years. Women who are looking to understand the dynamics of their relationships would do well to read any or all of Dr. Lerner's books. I often give them as gifts or refer them to women who are looking for answers to relationship issues.
A very good book to recommend to clients (psychotherapy & counseling) or anyone who is in search for a better understanding of themselves and human nature as a whole.
If interested in reviews, I wrote reviews for the individual books.
Its one that should be read several times