True friends are those who see to it that we live longer, healthier and happier. They provide support when all else is crumbling around us. But how do we recognize them? And to what degree are we willing to reciprocate?
This book is to be perceived as an invitation to reflect on our relationship with our friends and simultaneously learn more about ourselves. Friends are valuable gifts to be cherished so that they don’t go astray.
Andreas Salcher formulates clear, somewhat provoking precepts for enriching friendships. He shows via touching stories concrete ways in which one can rediscover old friendships and find new friends regardless of age. One of life’s greatest lessons is the “Art of Friendship” which begins with befriending yourself.
“This is by far the best book on the subject of friendship and love since Erich Fromm and Dale Carnegie!”
Klaus Altepost, publisher of authors like Markus Lanz and Hannes Jaenicke