Approachable, bite-sized advice on having good relationships with everyone in your life.
INSIDEOUT is about how to have good relationships with anyone and everyone in your life; whether it's with family, friends, flatmates, work colleagues or that special somebody (whether that is a boyfriend, girlfriend, fiance, partner, husband or wife).
Increasingly people have lost sight of the basic building blocks of effective relating skills, such as good communication, empathy, conflict resolution, commitment, time, understanding themselves and others etc. This book is a practical and interactive guide to learning all those skills and improving all your relationships.
All you need is love - and a bit of help from Sarah Abell! - Oliver James, Author of Affluenza
I simply can't imagine anybody not being helped by Sarah Abell's book. Its straightforward approach to relationships leads to the heart of respect, friendship and love. - Bel Mooney, agony aunt, The Daily Mail
A wonderfully practical and insightful book. - Woman's Own
Sarah Abell's passion to help people, young or older, single or married, to build lasting relationships shines through INSIDE OUT. Through revealing how she has learnt to make deep friendships in her own life, Sarah's honesty and practical advice will help many others to do the same. - Nicky and Sila Lee, authors of The Marriage Book
What really matters in life? Relationships, stupid! It is obvious but surprisingly we don't usually acknowledge it. With style, creativity and intelligence Sarah Abell gets us to think about how we can improve this most important part of our lives. Reading her book was challenging and inspiring. Must do better and she suggests how. - Kay Dunbar, Director, Way With Words festival
Sarah Abell started her career as a BBC News trainee and spent seven years working as an on-screen reporter for programmes such as Breakfast News and Working Lunch. She has spent the last seven years working in relationships education, helping to develop courses and resources for use with individuals, couples and families. She met her husband David on a counselling course and they have been married five years. Together they present courses about relationships. Sarah currently writes the weekly 'Inside Out' column for The Telegraph.