Bryn C. Collins, M.A., L.P., is licensed psychologist specializing in relationships, post-traumatic stress disorder, families in crisis, and adult survivors of abuse. She has a Ph.D in philosophy.
This book was well written and very informative.
Emotional Unavailability by Bryn C. Collins, is an excellent book for everyone of us learning and identifying different patterns of toxic relationships.
I read a lot of recovery books to help others dealing with relationship issues and to also ensure I don't personally repeat mistakes of the past.
Fantastic read! I was skeptical at first as I'm not usually drawn to relationship psycho-babble books but this was excellent. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Greymalkin2025
awesome awesome book - almost saved my marriage. Really helped my husbandPublished 4 months ago by jackie
Content is excellent. The exercises are short, yet incredibly effective.Published 4 months ago by minnie
couldnt of ordered a better book, it was in great condition and very good priced. and helped me understand my boyfriend.Published 5 months ago by kendra beakey
Very informative, helpful and straight to the point. Cuts through the rubbish and helps you to complete yourself, not know what to be wary of. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Marion Loxsley
The author uses fairy tale characters to educate the reader about this type of emotional abuse.instead of using a term that correctly labels the behavior category, she uses fairy... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Arretamador
This book has given me so much insight into emotionally unavailable people. It gives examples of the different types of people. It's a good read and very insightful. Read morePublished 9 months ago by New York Gal
Very good book on what to look for and what to avoid in a potential partner. Or how to understand the one your with.Published 10 months ago by Ari Gufler
I really, really liked this book. In fact, I quickly looked to see if the author wrote any other books after I read this one. Read morePublished 11 months ago by polarbear