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The Manipulative Man: Identify His Behavior, Counter the Abuse, Regain Control

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  • Posted September 3, 2011

    If You Get Burned

    This book was very helpful in identifying the traits that manipulative men have and how to deal with them. Manipulation is all about goals and understanding that sometimes the goals of one person can hurt the goals of another can help to disarm the mind games. That and the specific tools Dr. McCoy hands out in this book. If you have a tendency to get burned over and over by relationships, check this one out! - Sherry Gripman, author "The Perfect Marriage"

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 16, 2008

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    Instructive guide to managing manipulators

    Things would be just fine if only you would take complete responsibility for everything. That¿s what ¿manipulative men¿ would like you to believe, says renowned behavioral expert Dorothy McCoy. She has written a useful field guide describing the most prevalent types of manipulative males. Find out what motivates them and how you may be unknowingly contributing to the difficulties in your relationship. getAbstract recommends taking some of McCoy¿s quizzes to identify manipulative patterns. Try her advice for change. Chances are you¿re not the crazy one.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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