Psychologist and therapist Janet Reibstein reveals the secrets to effective communication and building long-lasting relationships. Being able to engage in relationships productively - from intimate domestic ones to relationships with friends and colleagues - is the key to thriving. It impacts our health, well-being, financial security and happiness. In fact, research suggests the ability to do well socially is more important for success than academic excellence or even a high IQ. The case for good relationships is made and settled. But how do we get there? In the fascinating book, Janet Reibstein takes you through how to 'learn relationships' and explores the skills needed to communicate better, have empathy, and develop more productive and satisfying relationships at all levels. Peppered with case studies, practical tips and advice, Good Relations delves deeper into the new science and theory to discover exactly how we can interact more effectively.