Cue Cards for LIFE Review – this a MUST READ –

Just the other day, my Mother-in-law and I were talkingabout how times have changed. Now a days it seems that many young people don’tknow how to handle conversations or situations in their lives… I blame it on electronics;I personally think that electronics are taking away from sit down dinners, roadtrips, and most lines of communication. I look at my fourteen-year-oldStep-Daughter and am sadden that she has NO clue how to hold a conversationwith a grown up. What this means to me, is that she, along with MANY people arelacking the skills of handling life and relationships. That is why I just LOVEthis new book I have been reading called Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips forBetter Relationships, by Christina Steinorth, M.A., MFT.

Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips forBetter Relationships is notyour everyday sit down and read from front to back book, though with all theawesome tips, I do suggest doing so… but instead this is the perfect“encyclopedia” of what to do in everyday situations. Christina Steinorth, M.A.,MFT has taken her expertise as a psychotherapist to help people by writingsimple- -to follow cue cards, all in one book, explaining steps on buildingbetter relationships one conversation at a time.

Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips forBetter Relationships isbroken up into sections for easy and fast navigation to find the perfect tipson how to handle your situation. The first chapter is a must read, providingyou with a solid foundation for the rest of the book – my favorite Cue Card inChapter One is – Put your personal communication device away! I am amazed whenI look around at the mall, restaurants, even the grocery to find every familymember, ignoring each other by looking down at their cell phone.

Anyways, after you have completed the first chapter, you canread through or skim through to find the cue cards relevant to your life;example – if you need help in your relationship, you can check out Chapter Two,if you need help with your teen, check out Chapter Four, if you want a raise atwork and are unsure of how to go about it, check out Chapter Seven, and so on.  Hubby really enjoyed the cue card for how afather can get involved with their teen; awesome advice.

What I love about this book is that it really does breakdown the basics on how to communicate, which is something that so important inlife. So, do yourself a favor, take a moment to check out Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips forBetter Relationships , eitherfor yourself, your teen, family member, friend, or even your spouse.

Pre-Order YOUR copy by clicking the link below – and get it for a discounted price!

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  1. Another book for the TBR pile! Thanks for the review.

  2. What a neat book. I wonder if a certain someone I have in mind would be offended to get it as a gift?

  3. This sounds like a great book for us all to read through! We do seem to be addicted to electronics and could benefit greatly by shutting down and turn to having fun conversations 🙂 Thanks for the reminder!

  4. Interesting… I think there are some very basic life still missing from many people. sounds like a great book!

  5. Wow, this sounds like a really cool book! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Rebekah Hale says:

    Awesome! We could use that with my SD too. Her conversation skills are terrible! I also blame it on how much TV she used to watch. Eesh!

  7. Tracey Burkett says:

    Wow great post! I agree with this and love there is a neat resource to help! Thanks!

  8. Alicia Zirjacks says:

    Wow. I agree about how this generation lacks the ability to handle conversations. This sounds like a great book. Thanks for the review


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