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We Are All From Uranus is the relationship book of the millennium!Throughout the galaxy, life is about relationships, and relationships are about relating and communicating. This book will teach you communication skills for having happy and healthy relationships. We Are All From Uranus—WAFU for short—can help you beat the odds and succeed by taking charge of your behavior when love and good intentions are just not enough. It won’t take you long to see that this book is different from anything you’ve read. In WAFU, you’ll find basic principles and practical methods for enhancing relationships with yourself and others. You’ll find that you hold in your hands the why and the how-to for understanding and engaging in meaningful relationships—and yes, keeping those relations fresh and satisfying for a long time to come.
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ISBN: 9781936264247
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