How to Hug a Porcupine: Dealing with Toxic & Difficult to Love Personalities. by John L. Lund. Hug Read and enjoy the words of author John Lund. How To Hug A Porcupine: Dealing with Toxic and Difficult to Love Personalities by Dr John Lund. Product Description. It is like Dr. Lund is in the room with you as he reads How to Hug a Porcupine, his book about how to deal with the toxic people we will all.

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Domestic and International Shipping Options. Not all the stories will be relatable, of course, but the suggestions are mostly concrete.

This was an excellent book I wish I’d read months ago. Some of the structure and mechanics of the writing bothered me I can’t help noticing that stuffbut the message is worth it especially if you take the information to heart and hoow it into practice.

And even more they hut read it if they have to deal with hard people in their lives!!! Description Additional Information Reviews 3 Product Description Whether you live with them, married them, gave birth to them or work with them, the fact is we all know them. I’ll be keeping this nearby as a reference Jul 28, Sara rated it it was amazing. Feb 09, Donna rated it really liked it.

Just amazing stuff about applying true charity in your hub.

I now finally have a clear vision of how to become the best person I can be and how to make the best of my relationships with those around me. I do think his ideas are a must read or a must hear for everyone.


How To Hug A Porcupine

Since he is a Mormon author and Dr. I started reading it in hopes of knowing how to deal with the personalities of some specific people people who are defined as “toxic”.

After going through personal struggles some 11 years ago, I found myself going to one of Johns Conferences and then began some couseling with him. You can’t make a person change; you can only change yourself. Oct 18, Missy rated it really liked it. Trivia About How to Hug a Porc Lund is a great writer and his CD’s on human interaction are fun, informative, and entertaining.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Sometimes, helpful reminders on how to get along, understand, and give space to the harder to love can bring more peace to us and the social, working and family communities we strive to live in. Feb 07, Jamie rated it really liked it.

The Myth We Call Perfection. Forces us to take a good long look at our relationships and ourselves, perhaps more than we intended to. WE can’t change someone’s toxicity, but we CAN change how we react to it and that can have a positive effect.

Jan 20, Scooping it Up rated it really liked it. I found it to be that useful! This book helps to take the sting out of dealing with such people. Want to Read saving…. This book helps to clarify distinct boundaries and suggests ways to become my best self. Read and enjoy the words of author John Lund. I give others the right to be whatever version of themselves they want to be.


I hope to get my hands on his most recent book “Without Offense: This book took a long time to read, only because I needed to immerse myself in what was said and to try and use his many wonderful ideas in my own life. I only give five stars to life-changing books. Jul 23, Leo rated it liked it Shelves: He has taught in major universities in Utah, Idaho, and California, hosts trips to Israel and Mesoamerica and is a fantastic archeologist too.

This is one of those. Everyone should read it, not only to learn to deal with relationships that are toxic, but also to see if any of the communication habits you employ are toxic to others.

You Might Also Like. The meat of the book itself is absolutely worth 5 stars, it just wasn’t delivered the right way for me in this book.

Love One Another John L. Aug 27, Hope rated it it was amazing.

How to Hug a Porcupine Audiobook – Dr John Lund

Easy to read, with a touch of humour, but gets across a very serious message about an equally serious topic. If we did not expect anything we would not be frustrated. I honestly think this book will help me be aware of how I interact with everyone around me.