Stalking the Soul: Emotional Abuse and the Erosion of Identity

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Helen Marx Books, 2004 - Self-Help - 211 pages
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In this groundbreaking account, Dr. Hirigoyen lays bare the destructive "hidden" phenomenon of emotional abuse, analyzing the psychology of abusers and their victims as well as the dynamic between them. In the end, she offers practical advice on how to break free of abuse's vicious hold.

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Review: Stalking the Soul: Emotional Abuse and the Erosion of Identity

User Review  - Samira - Goodreads

An amazing book, no other book about narcistic behaviour is written like this one. Easy to read with great insights. I'm reading it for the second time now. Read full review

Review: Stalking the Soul: Emotional Abuse and the Erosion of Identity

User Review  - Cameron - Goodreads

Stalking the Soul is an interesting, fairly quick read. The information found in the book focuses on the issue of emotional abuse, the more easily hidden form of control. I found the information to be ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Marie-France Hirigoyen is a psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and family therapist. Her studies on victimology in both France and the United States led her to further research in the area of stalking and emotional abuse.

Helen Marx is the publisher of Helen Marx Books. After attending the French Lycee in Buenos Aires and graduating from Smith College, she worked in Paris. She divides her time between Paris and New York.

Thomas Moore was a monk in a Catholic religious order for twelve years and has degrees in theology, musicology, and philosophy. A former professor of psychology, he is the author of "Care of the Soul, Soul Mates, The Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life, The Education of the Heart, The Soul of Sex, " and "Original Self". He lives in New Hampshire with his wife and two children.

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