Cue Cards for Life {Revisited Book Review}

Cue Cards For Life: Gentle Reminders For Better Relationships.
By Christina Steinorth (MA, MFT)

I've been called a bookworm since kindergarten and it's a title I own with pride.  I'd much rather stick my nose in a book then zone out during a movie or TV show.  Usually I lean more towards suspense, mystery, or historical fiction.  This book review was a bit of stretch outside my usual genre's and I wondered if it would read like one of my psychology textbooks.  I was wrong of course and it quickly became one of my favourite books.  I've even used it as reference and guide through a sticky social situation recently.  Here is an excerpt from my review featured on the Our Family World blog.
Who hasn’t needed a little advice when it comes to relationships?  Whether it is guidance in how to communicate with your boss or co-worker ~ or help in diffusing marital squabbles.  When I was given Cue Cards for a review opportunity, I wondered if it would be just another self-help book.  After reading 80% of the book, just being honest here, I realized that is anything but that.  I would call it a must-read for anyone that needs a little help with communication tips to build better relationships.
Cue Cards is a simplified , step by step guide to building communication skills.  It is not a self- help book, but a practical tool that can help you through the pitfalls that can affect many relationships in your life.  Steinorth expressed her desire to write more books in this same theme.  I look forward to reading the next books that may eventually make up the Cue Cards For Life series.

Looking for more information about the Author?  Connect with Christina Steinorth on her Facebook fan page.

Read my review on Good

Cue Cards for Life: Gentle Reminders for Better Relationships
"I reviewed this book about two months ago and told my readers how practical and user-friendly it really is.  Since then I have used it as a resource for my own relationships and found success and encouragement for ways to tackle an awkward conflict.  I truly hope there are more books to follow - and would recommend this book as a team building resource for employers, marriage counselors and team leaders."

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

*I received a galley copy of the book to aid in my review.  All opinions remain honest and my own. 


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