Love as a Way of Life

Seven Keys to Transforming Every Aspect of Your Life
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (8.77 hours)
Product Number: Z100026776
Released: Jul 29, 2008
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781415949818
Narrator/s: Gary Chapman
Publisher: Books on Tape
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Description

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. Includes questions for personal reflection or group discussion.

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Author(s): Gary Chapman
Original Publish Date: Jul 29, 2008

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Author(s): Gary Chapman
Product Number EB00160226
Released: Dec 27, 2013
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Image
ISBN: #9780385526661

Professional reviews

"Gary Chapman is an author who reads his own work with skill. With a pleasing Southern accent, he coaches listeners on loving as a way of life by teaching how to identify and apply loving concepts to family life, friendships, and the workplace. Focusing on the characteristics of honesty, forgiveness, generosity, courtesy, humility, and patience, he explains how these attributes improve, enrich, and change lives and relationships, even those devastated by tragedy. Chapman uses real-life anecdotes and personal examples to illustrate his theories. His poignant description of the Pennsylvania Amish shooting illuminates the forgiveness of the parents whose children were killed. Quizzes and exercises give listeners tools to evaluate themselves. Overall, Chapman's inspirational guide helps equip listeners with the skills to develop loving relationships. G.D.W. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"

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