You may not be able to change your family members but you can change how you react to them – and here's how.
Who doesn't have a difficult relative?
We can all think of family occasions that were supposed to be times of joyous celebration but which ended in tears. 'When Difficult Relatives Happen To Good People' provides specific, easy-to-follow advice on tempering the effects of your most toxic relatives. Using real-life examples and drawing on his years of researching family conflict, Leonard Felder shows you when it's a good idea to intervene, and when to hold back; how to avoid feeling like a martyr; and how to stay relaxed under even the most trying of circumstances.
Learn how to make the most of your deep bonds with the ones you love and minimise the disruptive effects of those who are out to create conflict.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 01 / 2005