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Games People Play : The Psychology of Human Relationships

Author: Berne, Eric

Health & personal development

Published on 2 June 2016 by Penguin Books Ltd (Penguin Life) in the United Kingdom.

Paperback | 176 pages
131 x 197 x 13 | 128g

'If you're going to read one psychology book in your lifetime it should be this one' - Amazon review'A brilliant, amusing and clear catalogue of the psychological theatricals that human beings play over and over again' Kurt Vonnegut, author of Cat's Cradle and Slaughterhouse FiveTHE BESTSELLING CLASSIC ON HOW TO HARNESS THE RULES OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR WORK, RELATIONSHIPS AND LIFEFed up of feeling controlled at work?Feel trapped in a toxic relationship but don't know how to escape?Always feel like you lose the argument even if you know deep down you're right?Widely recognised as the most original and influential psychology book of our time, Games People Play has helped millions of people better understand human basic social interactions and relationships. We play games all the time: relationship games; power games with our bosses and competitive games with our friends. In this book, Berne reveals the secret ploys and manoeuvres that rule our lives and how to combat them. Giving you the keys to unlock the psychology of others and yourself, this classic, entertaining and life-changing book will open up the door to honest communication and teach you how to get the most out of life.

'An extraordinary set of ideas that are still useful in our world today' - Amazon review

Games People Play : The Psychology of Human Relationships

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