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The new peoplemaking / by Virginia Satir.

Satir, Virginia. (Author).
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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Kirtland Community College.

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Kirtland Community College Library HQ 518 .S28 1988 30775305476229 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 0831400706
  • ISBN: 9780831400705
  • Physical Description: xiii, 400 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Mountain View, Calif. : Science and Behavior Books, ©1988.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 388-393) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: What's your family like? -- Self-worth: The pot nobody watches -- Self-worth: the source of personal energy -- Your self Mandala -- Communication: Talking and listening -- Patterns of communication -- Communication games -- The rules you live by -- Systems: open or closed? -- The couple: architects of the family -- Special families -- Your family map -- The can of worms in action -- The family blueprint -- Some essential blueprint ingredients -- family engineering -- The extended family -- The life cycle -- Adolescence -- Positive pairing -- Spirituality -- The later years -- The family in the larger system -- Peace within, peace between, and peace among -- The family of the future.
Summary, etc.: Revised and expanded seminal work on families, with more than a million copies sold in 12 languages. The New Peoplemaking expresses Satir's most evolved thoughts on self-worth, communication, family systems, and the ways in which people relate to one another. Drawn on Satir's lifetime of experience with thousands of families around the world, it is written in the engaging style for which she is famous. --Publisher.
Subject: Families > United States > Psychological aspects.
Communication in families > United States.
Parent and child > United States.
Interpersonal relations.
Communication.
Family > psychology.
Parent-Child Relations.
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