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Universalism VS Communitarianismby Dorothy Mccoy
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Conventional wisdom says that women are the manipulative ones--but tell that to the thousands of desperate women suffering at the hands of a manipulative man. Men can be just as sneaky, passive-aggressive, needy, underhanded, whiny, guilt-inducing, and emotionally demanding as women are accused of being--and more so As any woman in love with a manipulative man can tell you, it's not easy to get past his charm and your guilt to a place where you can see your relationship for what it is--out of balance, extraordinarily stressful, emotionally exhausting, and potentially dangerous. The Manipulative Man is a groundbreaking prescription for dealing with the manipulative men in your life by using: tests to help you determine if you are involved with a mama's boy, narcissist, sociopath, or even a psychopath; techniques for defining and setting boundaries with your man; tools to help you improve their relationship; and more In The Manipulative Man, acclaimed psychotherapist Dr. Dorothy McCoy shows you how to identify the type of manipulative man you're involved with, deal with the issues his behavior provokes, and, ultimately, salvage the relationship--or move on.
A groundbreaking guide on how to deal with the manipulative men in one's life explains how to identify the type of manipulator--from mama's boy or narcissist to sociopath--and offers techniques designed to help women define and set boundaries with their men, as well as tools to help women improve their personal relationships. Original. 50,000 first printing.
Table of Contents
Manipulation thy name is man — The mama's boy — The eternal jock — The dependent man : the woe-is-me complex — The exciting risk taker and full blown anti-socials — The womanizer — The passive-aggressive man — The narcissist — The successful psychopath — Understanding and surviving the violent manipulator — You chose Mr. "Wrong" : making new choices.
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