Dealing With Difficult People Without Killing Them
Vendor: Four Rivers Media
Number of Pages: 208
Dimensions: 7.00 × 5.00 (inches)
In his new book, Dealing With Difficult People, Robertson explores how we can learn from the ones who cause us the most trouble. With transparency and humor, he draws insight from his own journey and guides readers toward a deeper understanding of:
- When to fight for a relationship, and when to let it die
- The rhythms and rules that define healthy relationships
- How to deal with offense
- Overcoming the wounds of betrayal and broken trust
Ultimately, Robertson encourages readers to take a look inward and identify self-defeating patterns that may sabotage their own relationships. After all, the most difficult person we will ever have to deal with in our lives may well be ourselves.
MIKE D. ROBERTSON has been in ministry for decades and is currently lead pastor of Visalia First in Visalia, Calif., with a weekly attendance of more than 4,000. In addition to preaching and teaching internationally, he has written eight books.