Answers the question, "Why am I feeling like a victim?" and "Why won't my kid move out of the house?"
Describes the changing parenting styles over the last decade and the pitfalls in parenting styles. Gives answers for therapists that work with difficult clients in today's changing culture and what creates an entitlement mentality. Warns therapists of who to avoid and how to spot destructive thinking that might be difficult to change. The book describes problems that can arise with people in general that can put one at risk and how people can avoid being victimized.
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About the Author
Mary Nestle-Hallgren is author, coach and entrepreneur. She has a BA in Business and Organizational Development and MBA with 30 years experience as Consultant and business coach and developer of the field, Emotionology. Hallgren’s business experience is diverse. She has devoted the last 16 years to synthesizing (NLP) Neuro-linguistic Programming and other methodologies into a reliable method for building emotional intelligence and creating culture change in business systems. This resulted in the publishing of her book “Emotionology- How To Improve Your EQ” 1991. She is member of the National Speaker’s Assoc. listed in Who-s Who in Professional Speaking and has had her own TV show, “Change Your Mind, Change Your Life”. She currently is director and facilitates training for Emotionology Institute (a business coach training program), dedicated to research and development of the field of Emotionology). Hallgren gives talks and demonstrations to groups regarding effective workplace and family systems. Clients include individuals and small entrepreneurial companies to large governmental entities such as the Justice Dept.