How to Spot a Dangerous Man Before You Get Involved

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Hunter House, 2005 - 250 páginas
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This savvy, straightforward book pairs real women's stories with research and the expertise of a domestic violence counselor to help women of all ages identify Dangerous Men -- before they become too involved.

Brown describes eight types of Dangerous Men, their specific traits and characteristics. In separate chapters, she explores victim’s stories that tell how they came in contact with this type of Dangerous Man and their outcome. Brown then shows readers how to develop a Defense Strategy -- how to spot, avoid, or rid themselves of this type of Dangerous Man.

Brown explains women's innate "red flag" systems -- how they work to signal impending danger, and why many women learn to ignore them. With red flags in hand, Brown then guides readers through their own personal experiences to develop a personalized "Do Not Date" list. With these tools, Brown shows women how they can spot and avoid patterns of engagement with Dangerous Men.

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The book was not exceptional and I felt my money was wasted by choosing the title based on authorplanted review and sales information. Her handling of truthful feedback on the Amazon site confirmed ... Leer comentario completo

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Something everyone should be taught. Please do read for yourself and the ones you love.

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