The person who pushes your buttons is likely someone who matters to you - a spouse, a parent, a boss, a fellow church member. Almost always this difficult person is connected to you by blood, love, faith, or money, so you can't just end the relationship without causing pain and upheaval in your life. Our friends and today's culture will often advise us to abandon such relationships quickly - to end this unpleasant chapter and get on with our lives. Psychologist and author Dr. John Townsend disagrees. "Your button-pusher is not someone you would easily and casually leave. You are intertwined at many levels. It is worth the trouble to take a look at the ways the relationship you had, and want, can be revived and reborn."More
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Another excellent book from John Townsend
I will listen to this book again. This author has terrific insight on emotional and recovery issues and I always find helpful information in his books. Even if you aren't having relationship problems, you can find helpful tips for any relationship in this book.
I can't really name one moment that stood out, but much of the book was very helpful. The author is a psychologist and Christinan.
His voice is very pleasant and easy to listen to. Since the author is reading his own book, he makes the stories come to life.
the book is for anyone who is in a difficult relaionship