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Publisher's Summary

This guide provides a simple blueprint for achieving solutions to everyday disagreements without having to have a "winner" and a "loser". By learning how to listen empathetically, respecting each other's ideas and feelings, and understanding why some issues are so important to your spouse, not only will those daily problems be worked out successfully, but both of you will end up feeling appreciated, respected, and loved.
©2007 Dr. Gary Chapman; (P)2007 Oasis Audio LLC
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By Sean on 07-07-15

Everybody wins when you use common sense

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The anecdotal stories used in the various sections. They're hokey, even corny and annoying.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

Honestly, I can't recall anything that was most or least interesting. It's a fairly vanilla, straight-forward, common sense pile of ideas.

What didn’t you like about Maurice England’s performance?

I like his easy going vibe, but the way he told some of the stories, specifically how he narrated the voices of the couples Dr. Chapman worked with, was quite irritating. Just a little too country for me.

Do you think Everybody Wins needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Not really. As I mentioned earlier, it's basic information and common sense ideas. There were some good reminders. It's just not in need of a sequel.

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By RethaJ on 03-29-12

It's not about winning, it's about compromising.

Would you listen to Everybody Wins again? Why?

Yes to refresh myself with the concepts & stories. Learning to work together so the outcome is satisifying for both parties.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Everybody Wins?

Couple learning to compromise on painting the bathroom walls different colors.

What about Maurice England’s performance did you like?

You would think he is the author.

What insight do you think you’ll apply from Everybody Wins?

It's not about winning, it's about compromising and listening.

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