Holiday Gift Guide G!ve-Away! W!n Cue Cards for Life & an Amex G/C!

Just the other day, my Mother-in-law and I were talking about how times have changed. Now a days it seems that many young people don’t know 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, road trips, and most lines of communication. I look at my fourteen-year-old Step-Daughter and am sadden that she has NO clue how to hold a conversation with a grown up. What this means to me, is that she, along with MANY people are lacking the skills of handling life and relationships. That is why I just love this new book I have been reading called Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships, by Christina Steinorth, M.A., MFT.
Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships is not your everyday sit down and read from front to back book, though with all the awesome 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 writing simple -to-follow cue cards, all in one book, explaining steps on building better relationships one conversation at a time.

Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships is broken up into sections for easy and fast navigation to find the perfect tips on how to handle your situation. The first chapter is a must read, providing you with a solid foundation for the rest of the book – my favorite Cue Card in Chapter One is – Put your personal communication device away! I am amazed when I look around at the mall, restaurants, even the grocery to find every family member, ignoring each other by looking down at their cell phone.

Anyways, after you have completed the first chapter, you can read 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 at work and are unsure of how to go about it, check out Chapter Seven, and so on.  Hubby really enjoyed the cue card for how a father 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 in life. So, do yourself a favor, take a moment to check out Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships, either for yourself, your teen, family member, friend, or even your spouse.


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Author Christina Steinorth has been kind enough to offer one Adventures of 8 Reader a copy of her book, Cue Cards for Life: Thoughtful Tips for Better Relationships, as well as, a $25.00 American Express…

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  1. These cue cards are good forms to open up communication again.

  2. beth kelsay says:

    Wow 7 billion people on this planet no wonder we have communication trouble. I hadn’t thought about having a sense of my community having any affect on me personally.

  3. I didn’t know Miss Steinorth is a psychotherapist.

  4. I learned that the author is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board Certified Diplomate in Professional Counseling

  5. I learned that many patients have the same commnication problems

  6. Michelle H. says:

    It sells for $12.95 and there is free shipping for orders of $25 or more.

  7. Karen Ziegler
    Twitter: Karen36860681
    says:

    I had no idea you could talk at and not talk to your teen.

  8. She graduated in the top three of her class from Phillips Graduate Institute of California

  9. I learned that this book was written by a psychotherapist

  10. Melanie Montgomery says:

    It’s important to have communication

  11. Gentle reminders for a better relationship.

  12. I learned that these can be used as remedies that anyone can use to immediately improve just about any relationship.

  13. JOSE GUEITS says:

    She was a psychotherapist and she learned that a lot of patients went to her with the same communication problems

  14. Katie Fenters
    Twitter: kpf_katie
    says:

    I learned that these cue cards can help improve the communication between my husband and I.

  15. Helpful cue cards for communication written by a marriage counselor. I need this. 🙂

  16. The author Christina Steinorth is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Board Certified Diplomate in Professional Counseling.

  17. Kimberly Frazee says:

    This title has not yet been released.
    You may pre-order it now and we will deliver it to you when it arrives.
    Ships from and sold by Amazon.com. Gift-wrap available. If ya wanted it for a present this wouldnt be the item to pick lol

  18. I learned the author has a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.

  19. I learned that the cue cards are great for couples… who often neglect their love relationships.

  20. Judy Gregory
    Twitter: yipperbear
    says:

    it’s available for pre-order

  21. Jennifer Hedden says:

    I learned that the book includes Cue Cards for improving communication/relationships in the areas of love, parent/teen interaction, caring for aging parents, getting along with in-laws and in the workplace. There are also Cue Cards for weddings, parties and major social events.

  22. Paul T/Pauline T says:

    Followed on RSS…Google reader subscriber …as Paul T / Pauline T (Paul Tran…pls use emscout9 at hotmail dot com instead of gmail to contact me)

  23. Paul T/Pauline T says:

    I learned that Each card reminds the reader about some interpersonal basic—– Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran ….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

  24. Judy Bradley says:

    The author is a psychotherapist

  25. This is great in that it teaches communication basics and respect for others.

  26. I like the idea that this gives solutions to problems communicating I think we could all learn better skills

  27. Jennifer Austin says:

    I learned that I’m not the only one who blames electronics for the breakdown in communication. Everyone texts, emails, tweets or facebooks, but no one actually TALKS anymore. I miss the old days when there was good conversation or you could look forward to getting a handwritten letter in the mail.

  28. beth clark says:

    How to deal with every kind of relationship

  29. most people seemed to put more thought into deciding what to have for dinner than they did in choosing what they said and how they behaved in important situation. Thank you. Jerri Davis

  30. It was developed by a psychotherapist.

  31. Holly Trudeau says:

    Could definitely use some cue cards” when it comes to asking for a raise! Awesome that there’s a section in the book that helps with this!

  32. Arthur Caudill
    Twitter: maybedonnie
    says:

    This book would definitely help me learn to communicate with people every day. I would love to learn more.

  33. Jolene
    Twitter: JoleneBeiler
    says:

    I learned that this book is not available yet & can only be pre-ordered as of right now.

  34. Debra Pauley says:

    Cue Cards are deceptively simple reminders and remedies that anyone can use

  35. Amie Laventhall says:

    I learned many of her patients came in with the same communication problems… perhaps that means problems I could relate to are in the book!

  36. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I learned that they are created by a Marriage and Family Therapist.

  37. Amanda Phillips says:

    I learned that she is a sought-after relationship expert.

  38. I learned that all relationships can use help of some kind. There is always room for improvement.

  39. Gail Williams
    Twitter: gewkip
    says:

    I learned that the book is about communicating with love interests, teenagers, and elderly parents as well.

  40. brittany wilson says:

    simple reminders about how to talk to improve relationship!!

  41. Pamela Bice says:

    Tips to help throught your life

  42. julie matek says:

    I learned that there was a review that stated it was a very helpful book and a very easy read:)

    jmatek AT wi DOT rr DOT com

  43. Tamie Tarbox says:

    Cue Cards for life is good for anyone at any age. Inspiring!

  44. krista grandstaff says:

    When I first heard this being talked about, I assumed it was geared solely to tenns and their parents, etc…I didn’t realize it was geared toward communication in all kinds of relationships… fantastic!

  45. They are simple lil things to help your relonship

  46. i learned that these cards were created by a therapist

  47. jamie kelsey says:

    That this society’s major issue is communication!!

  48. Robin Wilson says:

    I learned that it may take more than just “thinking” you are communicating.

  49. Patricia Williams says:

    That there are 7 billion people on the planet. I think we all could use this book.

  50. I learned it was created by psychotherapist Christina Steinorth because she noticed that many of her patients came in with the same communication problems

  51. nikki krutz
    Twitter: qtksjkmommy
    says:

    i learned a little about the author of this book

  52. Its a preorder. love the ending summing up its a cue card, clue card

  53. kaye lake says:

    Cue cards can be used when people are encountering problems communicating…

  54. Steinorth made Cue Cards for her patients to help them with these recurring problems.

  55. stephanie says:

    I love how they are gentle reminders to help better your relationship! something quick and easy to keep the communication going!

  56. I learned that Steinorth made Cue Cards for her patients to help them with these recurring problems

  57. I learned this book is on preorder.

  58. Jennifer Austin says:

    I would give it to my Mom for sure!

  59. Mary Somerville
    Twitter: maxfate
    says:

    The author has a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and graduated in the top three of her class.

  60. rachelle jones says:

    I learned how she is a psychotherapist

  61. i learned there are 7 billion people on the planet

  62. Helen May says:

    Communication is very important. It’s where most people have difficulty

  63. Kimberly Bauer says:

    I learned that there’s almost 7 billion people on the planet. OMG

  64. I learned that this can help people get out of recurring situations.

  65. Kisha Cotton says:

    this really helps with communication! And makes that a great way to help us all with it

  66. Debra Pauley says:

    i learned there are 7 billion people on the planet

  67. Cue Cards look like it would be really interesting.

  68. Debra Pauley says:

    there are 7 billipn people on the planet

  69. mary krieg says:

    I thought that Phil McGraw wrote this book-I was wrong

  70. janell wagner
    Twitter: friendsfavz
    says:

    that they have tips for all different kinds of relationships

  71. Robin Wilson says:

    Communication is the key to any successful and fulfilling relationship. BUT – it is not something that you just have, it is something that you must continue to work at every day…..

  72. Jill A. Collins says:

    I learned that the author, Christina Steinorth, has a private practice as a psychotherapist.

  73. Karen Medlin says:

    learned the the books purpose is to improve relationships in your life, the reader just simply needs to turn to the section of the book,that they feel is relevant to find the help that is needed.

  74. Trisha Scott says:

    created by a psychotherapist. Great for improving communication, and lords my hubby needs to learn how to do that 😉

  75. Jennifer Rote says:

    The author holds a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy

  76. I learned Christina Steinorth holds a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and graduated from the fully accredited Phillips Graduate Institute of California

  77. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Great for improving communication, my hubby could benefit from this!

  78. Echo
    Twitter: EchoGoodner
    says:

    168 pages 😉

  79. sandy weinstein
    Twitter: evietressa
    says:

    psychotherapist, Christina Steinorth advises people on everyday problems and dealing w/ people, whether it be w/ your parents, siblings, friends or in a relationship

  80. Wendy Kroy says:

    It’s a strategy for improving communication.

  81. Lisa Sarmiento
    Twitter: http://www.sweetsbyscent.scentsy.us
    says:

    Psychologist created these cards after she found that a major of the problems mentioned in her sessions were similar to other families so cue cards gives quick advice.

  82. Cindy Bowling
    Twitter: cbowlingtn
    says:

    This was created by a psychotherapist.

  83. Tara Liebing says:

    I learned that many patients have the same commnication problems

  84. Steinorth made Cue Cards for her patients to help them with these recurring problems.

  85. This looks very easy and interactive. I would love to win to try it with my husband.

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