From Library Journal
Psychotherapist Good suggests that any man can be a difficult man; what a woman needs to love such a man is courage, the courage to take emotional risks. Good provides numerous practical suggestions as she examines various types of difficult men, from those who are chronically late to those, such as alcoholics, who pose graver problems. Citing childhood experience as the source of much difficult behavior, Good shows that women often react counterproductively to such behavior, thereby reinforcing destructive patterns. Suggesting ways to change these patterns, Good emphasizes that men, too, want relationships to work. This first book will be a welcome addition to the literature. Mary L. Kirk, Randall Lib., Univ. of North Carolina, Wilmington
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"Sensible advice." -- Publishers Weekly
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