Memory Lane Monday: Why You Act The Way You Do by Tim Lahaye

Happy New Week Lovelies!

Welcome to Memory Lane Mondays!

This is a weekly feature of unforgettable books I have read in times past which have not had the chance to be reviewed on this blog as I read them a long time ago. Lets’ call them my personal classics. I will be featuring a new favorite every week and I hope you will be interested to read and enjoy some as I have.

This week’s pick is….

Why You The Way You Do’ by Tim Lahaye

This book was my first introduction to personality types and it was a huge eye opener. I think I got this book about 16 years ago and If you take a close look at the above picture of my copy, you will notice that the front cover is torn off which shows how old it is and the countless times I have read it.

This is one of those books that one read is not just enough. I learnt a lot about myself and other people around me and in the past years it has helped me to know areas of my life I need to make improvements and also understand why my loved ones behave the way they do.

This is highly recommended and I really hope you go get a copy and read.

Have you read this book?

What did you think?


Readers discover how temperament affects their work, emotions, spiritual life, and relationships and learn how to make improvements.

The Author:

Tim LaHaye, 'Left Behind' Series Co-Author, Dies at 90 | Hollywood Reporter

Timothy “Tim” F. LaHaye was an American evangelical Christian minister, author, and speaker, best known for the Left Behind series of apocalyptic fiction, which he co-wrote with Jerry B. Jenkins.

He has written over 50 books, both fiction and non-fiction.

Published: May 26th 1988 by Tyndale Momentum (first published January 1st 1987)

Pages: 368

Genre: Non Fiction

Buy:  Amazon

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