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Why You Act the Way You Do
Why You Act the Way You Do
Author: Tim F. LaHaye
Readers discover how temperament affects their work, emotions, spiritual life, and relationships and learn how to make improvements. —  -Analyze your strengths and weaknesses — - Discover how God can use your gifts — - Improve your relationships with others — - Get ahead in your career — Tim LaHaye explains his unique theory of temperament blend...  more
ISBN-13: 9780842382120
ISBN-10: 0842382127
Publication Date: 5/1988
Pages: 336
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3.8 stars, based on 30 ratings
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I have to admit that this book was interesting to me in the beginning but only because of the age-old truth that most everyone likes to talk about themselves and therefore read about themselves as well. There are a few things to pull out of this book that will help most anyone, but there are too many factors to influence a persons personality to put people in a box. I don't recommend this book. In fact I believe it is too self analyzing and could be more destructive if taken for whole truth. There is though, a very good chart on the attributes of Anger and Fear.(pg. 204) While the chart on anger is obvious, the chart on fear is a real eye-opener.
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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It's a good book, if you like the 200+ pages of a personality test.
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This books help you understand why you do act the way that you do! It will also help you to understand why others around you act the way the do. It is a unique theory by Tim LaHaye of temperament blends and tells you how you can improve yourself by identifying your own personal strengths and weaknesses.


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