Susan Forward, PhD, is an internationally renowned therapist, lecturer, and author. Her books include the number-one New York Times bestsellers Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them and Toxic Parents. In addition to her private practice, she has served as a therapist, instructor, and consultant in numerous Southern California psychiatric and medical facilities.
There are alot of great tools provided which will hopefully save my marriage.
If you have a husband you don't understand and a mother in law you'd like to take out (and we aren't talking dinner) this book will do a great deal for you.
Although my spouse does stand up for me and us to his parents, this book was still helpful in handling my emotions, responses, etc.
I am halfway through the book and am really enjoying the input in this book. It is helping me with my own family.Published 2 months ago by Elf
I sent this to someone that needed help with an in-law. I hope it helps her. It looks like a good book.Published 2 months ago by Rachel Horton
Have read many books regarding "heavy" relationships. This book was very thorough in laying out different types of in-law challenges and how it may effect the couple and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pen Name
I am not completely through this book yet but what I have read has convicted me in several areas. The reason I purchased this book was because I wanted to be a better in-law and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Deborah K Wheeler
This woman loves to hear herself talk, She really seems to hate both parents and in laws. Perfect book for the insecure or people who have Personality disorders.Published 3 months ago by Predestogo
This book is helpful, but not completely practical. It will at least make you feel better about your situation.Published 4 months ago by Richalle Moore
This was extremely helpful in handling my in-laws (who happen to fall under both the Engulfers and Masters of Chaos categories). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brittany Lynch
Everyone should be require to read this in high school it is very eye opening and allow you to see people for who they really are.Published 5 months ago by TheRightPriceShopper