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Leverage: how to change the people you love for all the right reasons and get the relationship you deserve Jaemin Frazer, founder of The Insecurity Project.

Leverage: how to change the people you love for all the right reasons and get the relationship you deserve Jaemin Frazer, founder of The Insecurity Project.
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Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
158.2/FRA
Self Help   Bulahdelah . Available .  
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ISBN 9781922611321
Shelf Location 158.2/FRA
Author Frazer, Jaemin author.
Title Leverage : how to change the people you love for all the right reasons and get the relationship you deserve / Jaemin Frazer, founder of The Insecurity Project.
Publication Details Highett, Victoria: 2022. Major Street Publishing,,
©2022.
Collation iv, 204 pages ; : 24 cm. ;
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Abstract/Summary A fascinating, at times confronting book concerned with the process of how to change the people you love and who love you back. 'Don't change the people you love' may be the single worst piece of relationship advice ever given. It is actually important to be able to improve the quality of relationships to live a meaningful and successful life. Leverage is for people who want closer, stronger and happier relationships. Its wisdom comes firstly out of the overflow of the author's own experience improving the quality of his relationships, and then a lifetime of working with others to do the same.The ability to change those you love comes from the combination of five things in this order: Security, Clarity, Integrity, Maturity and Authority. The author calls this the Leverage Model and each chapter in the book explores one of the five steps in the model. The journey starts with the reader. The first and most important relationship is the quality of their relationship with themselves. Only when they have a deeply loving relationship with themselves will they be able to understand the nuance required to have a deeply loving relationship with another person.
Subject Man-woman relationships -- Psychological aspects -- Problems, exercises, etc
Marriage -- Psychological aspects -- Problems, exercises, etc
Conduct of life
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