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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
Anyone who has ever encountered a character disordered individual can use the techniques in this book to extricate yourself from the web of drama and destruction they spin. Read morePublished 1 day ago by MzScarlett
Tells it as it is. Really help you to see the truth in your relationshipsPublished 6 days ago by nancy
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 7 days 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 12 days ago by Sarah Ellis
A must read for anyone looking to understand and or eliminate toxic people from their lives!Published 13 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 15 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 15 days ago by Nancye W Buelow