Person to Person

Person to Person : Positive Relationships Don't Just Happen

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For one-term freshman/sophomore-level courses in Human Relations, Interpersonal Relations, or Relationships. Thoroughly grounded in recent psychological and sociological research--and celebrating diversity throughout--this text goes beyond the typical self-exploration text to provide a complete exploration of interpersonal skills and the process of building relationships. The book focuses on self-awareness and self-esteem as a prelude to the development of positive, effective interpersonal communications skills and healthy, fulfilling professional and personal relationships. It helps students learn to take responsibility for themselves, make wiser choices, improve their relationships, appreciate all kinds of diversity, and live happier, fulfilling, and productive lives. "Reflections and Applications" sections provide easily accessible, hands-on, user-friendly assignments and activities.show more

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  • Paperback | 452 pages
  • 177.8 x 238.76 x 17.78mm | 635.03g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • 013099586X
  • 9780130995865

Table of contents

I. RELATING: BEGINNING WITH THE SELF. 1. Knowing and Valuing Yourself. 2. Understanding Yourself Throughout the Life Span. 3. Exploring Values and Making Wise Choices. 4. Achieving Happiness and Satisfaction. 5. Experiencing and Expressing Emotion. II. COMMUNICATION: THE KEY TO RELATIONSHIPS. 6. Becoming a Positive Listener. 7. Improving Communication: How to Send Messages. 8. Improving Communication: What to Say. III. POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS: THE ULTIMATE ACHIEVEMENT. 9. Building Positive Relationships. 10. Succeeding in Your Career. 11. Developing and Enriching Intimate Relationships. 12. Strengthening Family Relationships.show more

About Sharon L. Hanna

Sharon L. Hanna is Chair of Social Sciences, Academic Education, at Southeast Community College in Lincoln, Nebraska. Having been an educator in Nebraska, New Jersey, and Illinois over a period of several years, she remains enthusiastic about teaching and her students. She has received both faculty achievement and outstanding teacher awards. Her research on the strengths of stepfamilies was published in academic journals, and she served as national president of the Stepfamily Association of America. She is the author of Career by Design, Second Edition, published by Prentice Hall in 2002. Married to Bob Dinkel, she has two daughters, two stepsons, a granddaughter, and a grandson.show more

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