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The disciple will learn how a good relationship with God enhances our interpersonal relationships. 3. Maintain congruence between your verbal and non-verbal messages. I recall vividly one occasion when we returned together to her apartment after a brief outing. Conflict is unavoidable in every relationship. The size of the open area can be expanded horizontally into the blind space, by seeking and actively listening to feedback from other group members.

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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (December 16, 2010)

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