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"I said I was sorry!"
Even in the best of relationships, all of us make mistakes. We do and say things we later regret and hurt the people we love most. So we need to make things right. But simply saying you’re sorry is usually not enough.
In this audiobook, number-one New York Times best-selling author Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas unveil new ways to effectively approach and mend fractured relationships. Even better, you’ll discover how meaningful apologies provide the power to make your friendships, family, and marriage stronger than ever before. When Sorry Isn’t Enough will help you

Cool down heated arguments
Offer apologies that are fully accepted
Rekindle love that has been dimmed by pain
Restore and strengthen valuable relationships
Trade in tired excuses for honesty, trust, and joy
This book was previously published as The Five Languages of Apology. Content has been significantly revised and updated.
©2013 Northfield Publishing (P)2013 Oasis Audio
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By Brett Eakins on 01-27-15

Everybody should read this book at least once.

The narrator is great, he seems to be very passionate in his work and possibly the subject as well.
I have read lots of Gary Chapman books, this one is right up there with many other books he has written.
Thank you Dr. chapman, I know this book will help me with what I have to do, I am glad I read it first.

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By Laurie on 07-26-16

Necessary for everyone on the planet

There is something to be learned here for everyone in any kind of a relationship. I wish they had mandatory life skills courses like this in the high school because most kids don't get this in the home and if they do, it's worth reinforcing! This would be a powerful way to strengthen our country by pulling family units together.

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By Sj on 07-20-16

Too much religion

I understand putting ref to scriptures for those that hold Christian beliefs but the whole talk to God thing really puts me off this author. Not sure he'd get away with it in the UK publishing field. You don't need to keep shoving God down my throat so for that reason I've given it a 3 star. I would never go back to a counsellor if they even mentioned God so I'm a bit shocked that he uses it so much but maybe he advertises as a Christian Counsellor. Love his work but don't love the religious aspect.

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By Mrs. AL Wicke on 06-15-17

Really good!

Practical and heart warming. Very relationship healing; not just with others, but also with oneself.

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By Huge Ackman on 05-20-17

Some good tips, but ruined by religious church-speak

A good book, like a good relationship, is a two-way thing. While there were some very good tips, at the core there is probably only a double sided pamphlet worth of key material. The author tends to meander and waffle, especially with regard to Jesus. There is an inordinate amount of proselytising in here. I trudged through it at the start but by the end I could not finish the last 40 minutes. This may have been exacerbated by the narrators two gear delivery.

Bringing God into interpersonal forgiveness really is absolving oneself of responsibility. This goes against the whole reason someone would seek out this book.

Overall it feels like a Sunday school lecture, one way, tone deaf, a bit creepy, but maybe there are a few life tips you might remember.

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