He's Just No Good for You: A Guide to Getting Out of a Destructive Relationshipby Beth Wilson, Mo Hannah (With), Demaria Rita (Foreword by)
Woman-to-woman advice on identifyingand dumpingbad news guys No one is immune when it comes to destructive relationships. Even smart women can be gaslighted by men who appear supportive in public but are belittling in private, after which, worse yet, they assert that you’re upset for no reason, that you’re simply imagining the verbal abuse
Woman-to-woman advice on identifyingand dumpingbad news guys No one is immune when it comes to destructive relationships. Even smart women can be gaslighted by men who appear supportive in public but are belittling in private, after which, worse yet, they assert that you’re upset for no reason, that you’re simply imagining the verbal abuse and incremental death of your spirit. In He’s Just No Good for You, best-selling author Beth Wilson, with psychologist Dr. Maureen Hannah, zeroes in on the heart of the matterwomen’s well-being and self-worthand sets forth a clear vision of just what a healthy relationship looks like. She also instructs women of all ages on installing “early detection” warning systems in their brains. As for those women already enmeshed in a destructive relationship, this book, with its reassuring, empowering style, can assist in identifying the problem, deciding whether to leave or to stay, and then acting on that decision. Most books about bad relationships focus on compatibility or domestic violence. He’s Just No Good for You is for all women who have found themselves wondering if the “great” guy others see at their side is in fact not so greator worse. Wilson explores the anatomy of a destructive relationship and provides clear profiles of bad news individuals. And she shows women how they can move beyond the grasp of a harmful relationship by taking a candid look at their priorities, their circumstances, and themselves. Drawing on the wisdom and insight Wilson has long utilized in her thriving private practice, and building on her previous best-selling books, along with Dr. Hannah’s professional expertise, He’s Just No Good for You offers women a new path. Women want more out of relationshipsand this book shows them that they can have it.
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Meet the Author
Best-selling author, speaker and Life Coach, Beth Wilson has built a reputation on sound advice. Her innovative style has won her international acclaim. She understands the importance of relationships in women’s livesand the ways in which these vital bonds can make them susceptible to bad news individuals.To help women disengage from problem people and create greater future success, she has written He's Just No Good For You: A Guide to Getting Out of a Destructive Relationship; a woman-to-woman guide to identify and move beyond relationships that kill the spirit, lower self-esteem and derail a woman’s self-confidence. By implementing the wisdom, direction and insight utilized in her thriving practice, Beth offers women a new path. Author of the bestselling book, Meditations for New Mothers (Workman Publishing Co., 1992), Beth extended a lifeline to mothers around the globe. Meditations for New Mothers was featured on the front page of The Wall Street Journal due to record-breaking volume sales in its first five months of publication. Currently, it has sold over 650,000 copies and been translated into twelve different languages, distributed worldwide. Her second book, Meditations for Mothers of Toddlers (Workman Publishing Co, 1995) has sold over 300,000 copies at home and abroad. Beth’s third book, Restoring Balance to a Mother’s Busy Life (NTC/Contemporary Publishing Group, 1996) has been described as “ahead of its time” and it introduced mothers to the idea that they could “sacrifice for their children without sacrificing themselves.” To date, it has sold over 100,000 copies and its popularity continues to grow as the issue of balance becomes a more pressing concern for today’s mothers as they juggle the demands of work and family. Not surprisingly, balance is the topic Beth is asked to speak about the mostwhether on t.v. and radio appearances or to live audiences. Her fourth book, Creating Balance in Your Child’s Life (NTC/Contemporary Publishing Group, 1999) was released in November of 1999 and continues to be popular with the media as well as parents concerned about stress and its affect on their children. Beth has traveled extensively to promote her books, including two national tours. Her latest book, MeditationsDuring Pregnancy (Workman Publishing Co., 2001) was released in August of 2001.Beth has developed a successful private practice based on her dynamic approach to accelerated personal growth and creative life change. Her sessions are described as being “electric with discovery, intent with focus and outrageously numinous.” Her client list includes politicians, celebrities, scholars, attorneys, royals, Olympians, professional athletes, government officials, authors, NFL photographers, models, physicians, teachers, parents and professionals. Beth has also created an extensive international network of physicians, R.N.s, alternative healthcare providers, and therapists that utilize her skills for individualized wellness programs. Having received her degree in International Relations from Oberlin College, Beth worked for a prominent member of Congress as a Legislative Assistant drafting legislation, writing speeches and floor statements as well as pursuing the Representative’s legislative initiatives particularly in the House Armed Services Committee. Her experience on “The Hill” strengthened her ability to articulate, conceptualize and achieve personal and professional goals. Beth applies her diverse knowledge and expertise to her work with clients, groups and organizations in North America, Australia, Europe and Russia.Her Internet radio show, Quantum Leaps, offers a new path for empowerment and went to Number One on VoiceAmerica’s “Women’s Channel” in ten weeks It continues to be a leading show on the flagship channel. Mo Therese Hannah, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology at Siena College in Loudonville, New York, and an Advanced Clinician in Imago Relationship Therapy. She has published extensively within the fields of clinical psychology and intimate relationships. Dr. Hannah is co-author or co-editor of six books: Preventive Approaches in Couples Therapy, Healing in the Relational Paradigm: The Imago Relationship Therapy Casebook; Imago Relationship Therapy: Perspectives on Theory; the EQ (Social Emotional Intelligence) Program; with Rita DeMaria, Building intimate relationships: Bridging treatment, education, and enrichment through the PAIRS Program; and the upcoming (2009) Domestic Violence, Abuse, and Child Custody: Legal Strategies and Policy Issues. She is an Academic Faculty member of Imago Relationships International. Designated in 2008 as one of the "30 Leaders in 30 Years" by the New York State Coalition against Domestic Violence, she is Chair of the annual Battered Mothers Custody Conference, held each January in Albany, New York. She practices couples therapy near Albany, New York. Rita DeMaria, PhD is a senior staff member at Council for Relationships in Philadelphia, PA. She specializes in working with couples at the brink of divorce. She is an accomplished speaker, author, presenter and therapist and has appeared on major media venues including the Today Show.
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If you've been emotionally and verbally abused this is the book for you. If you've grown up in a home where emotional and verbal abuse was commonplace, read this book. It was recommended by a co-worker and I have to tell her thank you. It has been eye-opening.