Love In The Midst Of Lie and Truth


Non-Fiction - Relationships
128 Pages
Reviewed on 06/11/2018
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Author Biography

Jean Richard Franck,M.A received perception and insight into human relationships from his college studies. He received his master’s degree in I/O psychology-Human Relations from Brooklyn College. He majored in human ressources management and minored in sociology at Baruch College. Franck worked at an early education organization, and came into contact with many different children and parents from all walks of life. He learned about interpersonal relationships and how our actions affect our love ones. He hopes that his new relationship guide will help individuals be better partners, friends, parents, and family members. He believes that trust matters the most in a relationship. He wanted people to be aware of how even a small lie can lead to big consequences, as well as the amalgam of telling lies or truth. Thus, through the understanding of social situations, he explained the emotional complexity of relationships and how to engage into a positive and meaningful relationship without hurting the other.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Love In The Midst Of Lie and Truth: Can We Tell the Truth and Nothing but the Truth in a Love Relationship? by Jean Richard Franck throws light on how to build quality and meaningful relationships and how to fix relationships. The author shares different techniques on how to solve communication issues and resolve disputes among couples so that they continue with love, affection, and respect for each other. These techniques also motivate and encourage readers to do better, resolve their disputes, have a better understanding of human nature, and make changes to improve human communication. Small lies can sometimes lead to big consequences and readers learn this through the book.

The author’s approach to the topic is straightforward, honest, and simple. The topic has been tackled with expertise and Franck delves deep into it with personal stories and experiences, and also other stories which make the topic relatable to readers. This book will help to create good values and principles that will enable readers to have a better understanding and find practical solutions on how to handle things when a lover is telling a lie. The tips given can be applied to several problems in life and will ultimately lead to everyone treasuring their relationship and watch it blossoming into something enviable. Relationships are sensitive, fragile, and complex, and reading the book will help readers understand why it is important to speak the truth in a love relationship. This book gives a lot of insights and is a good tool to all those who are looking to improve their love relationships.

Michael

Good book . It relates to real life matters