Getting What You Want (and Deserve): From Rotten Bosses, Demanding Spouses, Phony Friends, Prying Parents, Annoying Neighbors, and Other Irritating People

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Thomas Nelson, May 30, 2000 - Self-Help - 253 pages
This easy-to-use handbook offers practical solutions to aggravating relationships-relationships that make you feel angry at others, bad about yourself, and have a negative impact on your life. You can take control of these situations and come out the winner. Muriel Solomon shows how to clearly state your goal, explore ways to achieve it, and develop the strategies and tactics to influence the outcome.

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In Plain English Please
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