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How to Spot a Dangerous Man Workbook: A Survival Tool for Womenby Sandra L. Brown
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This workbook is a companion piece to the author's forthcoming book HOW TO SPOT A DANGEROUS MAN BEFORE YOU GET INVOLVED, pub date 12/04. It is created to be used along with the book and also in the author's workshops on how women can make good relationship choices, although it can also be used by itself.
Women who date dangerous men fall into many categories, from the teenager to the divorcee, from the waitress to the professional woman. They often move from one category of dangerous man to another, from the violent to the unavailable, from there to the clinger. They need to figure out how to break this pattern, and this workbook serves that purpose.
This workbook is a realistic and effective tool for women to break the dangerous man pattern, and contains 22 worksheets/quizzes to lead women to the place where they can effectively create their personal DO NOT DATE list of red flags.
See table of contents for specifics.
What is a dangerous man? Most women would answer: one who is physically violent. But abusive behavior is often more insidious. Men who want mothers, not partners, who prey on lonely, passive women, who are mentally ill, addicted, or emotionally unavailable, or who won't go away when asked to leave all fall into this dangerous category. Most women who have dated one dangerous man have in fact dated two or three, according to research. How to Spot a Dangerous Man Workbook, designed for use with the author's book How to Spot a Dangerous Man Before You Get Involved, contains useful exercises from the author's highly successful workshops for women, including 22 worksheets and quizzes to help readers develop their own personalized list of "do not date" characteristics. The authors extensive research in this field makes this hands-on guide an important aid in both avoiding a potentially dangerous involvement and recognizing — and getting out of — an existing one.
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