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To Be a Friend The Key to Friendship in Our Lives

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ISBN-10: 1554887518

ISBN-13: 9781554887514

Edition: 2010

Authors: David E. Hunt

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Book details

List price: $14.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Dundurn
Publication date: 12/8/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 180
Size: 5.50" wide x 7.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

David E. Hunt is a psychologist who taught at Yale and Syracuse Universities and who now teaches at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. His most recent books are Beginning with Ourselves and The Renewal of Personal Energy. He lives in Toronto.

Preface
Introduction
Our Need for Friendship
Learning to be a Friend
How the Workshop Developed
Beginning with Myself
Opening My Heart
Connecting with Others
Learning From Experience
Taking Action
Honouring the Mystery
Planning the Workshop
A Workshop for Learning to be a Friend
Principles of the Workshop
What You Will Give to the Workshop
What You Will Receive From the Workshop
Welcome to the Workshop
To Be a Friend With Yourself
Appreciating Your Breathing
Opening Your Senses
Accepting Your Capabilities
Accepting Your Foolishness
Letting Go of Obstacles
Summary of Becoming Friends with Yourself
To Be a Friend with Others
Recalling Being Completely Accepted
Recalling Being Cut Off from Friends
Making Space for the Others
Accepting Differences in Others
Accepting Others with No Hidden Agenda
To Strengthen Your Friendship Ties
Appreciating Your Friendship as It Is Today
Imagining Your Friendship as It Might Be
Appreciating Your Friend's Heart's Desire
Choosing Your Actions to Strengthen Friendship Ties
Honouring the Spirit of Friendship
Concluding Exercise
Bringing Out Your Meaning of Friendship: A Meaning Map
How I Am Learning to Be a Friend
My Personal Guide to Friendship
Lighten Up � and Smile
Stay Open Under Duress
Accept � That's All
Honour the Mystery
Friendship Over the Years
My Friendship with My Wife, Jan
My Friendship with Harry
My Friendship with the Thursday Group
Conclusion
References
Acknowledgements
About the Author