When a man needs to talk to his wife to explain why he chose to buy three plane tickets instead of two for their anniversary trip, and further on needs to explain why his mother will join them on the trip, these explanations will take place during a difficult conversation. This book is much more practical than Bohms On Dialogue, in that it gives very concrete and vivid examples of what to do when encountering these difficult conversations.
I decided not to document this book, alongside “On Dialogue", as usual by going chapter by chapter. Instead I considered thoroughly that it will be much more helpful and substantial, if I were to divide it into its main categories. Below are the links leading to each main category of the book, as I consider it at least, instead of each chapter. Aside from the heading themes I positioned a reference to the chapters were its usage is more vivid than the rest.
- THE WHAT HAPPENED CONVERSATION