In Sheep's Clothing: Understanding and Dealing with Manipulative People

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A.J. Christopher, 1996 - Self-Help - 122 pages
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The vignettes contained in this book are based upon clinical cases and first-hand accounts of actual occurrences and circumstances. However, the names, professions, locations, and other biographical data used in the vignettes have been altered in order to preserve anonymity and privacy to the greatest degree possible without distorting the fundamental psychological realities the stories are intended to illustrate.

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i have been reading a lot of books like this but this one described my ex to a tee. just don't bother with the epilogue. the author is basically sam the eagle's answer to psychology Read full review

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i have been reading a lot of books like this but this one described my ex to a tee. just don't bother with the epilogue. the author is basically sam the eagle's answer to psychology Read full review

Contents

Understanding Manipulative Personalities
1
CovertAggressionThe Heart of Manipulation
3
Aggressive and CovertAggressive Personalities
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About the author (1996)

Simon received his degree in clinical psychology from Texas Tech University. He has studied manipulators and their victims for over 14 years.

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