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Dr. George Simon knows how people push your buttons. Your children--especially teens--are expert at it, as is your mate. A co-worker may quietly undermine your efforts while professing to be helpful, or your boss may prey on your weaknesses. Manipulative people have two goals: to win and to look good doing it. Often those they abuse are only vaguely aware of what is happening to them. In this eye-opening book, you'll also discover...
* 4 reasons why victims have a hard time leaving abusive relationships
* Power tactics manipulators use to push their own agendas and justify their behavior
*Ways to redefine the rules of engagement between you and an abuser
* How to spot potential weaknesses in your character that can set you up for manipulation.
* 12 tools for personal empowerment to help you maintain greater strength in all relationships
If you need to cut the bulls*** with yourself and stop getting used up, mistreated, and confused by people in your life--check out this book. Read morePublished 1 day ago by That Girl Said
In order to get to the end (which I found to be the real meat and potatoes of the book) you have to first trudge through Simon's complicated way of educating the reader about... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sarah Ellis
A must read for anyone looking to understand and or eliminate toxic people from their lives!Published 7 days ago by Pan Pan
My therapist recommended this guide book to easily identify covert-aggressive types in order to help prevent my re-victimization. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Brittany
Well written and an easy read. Could be a playbook of a situation I found myself in recently with a covert aggressive personality individual. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Nancye W Buelow
This book can potentially change your life!
Excellent book that nails the most common issue that people face in difficult relationships. Read more
Engrossing but at time a little too therapeutic based for lay readers - I was able to grasp the basic detachment elements but didn't feel the need to understand the motivation of... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Duncan Armstrong