I Thought I Was the Crazy One: 201 Ways to Identify and Deal with Toxic People

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Personhood Press, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 287 pages
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How to deal with people whose personalities poison their surroundings Toxic personality traits are found in more than half of all spouses, partners, or intimates, leading them to demand much, give little, and treat other shabbily. These traits are identified and targeted in this relationship guide. Helpful advice includes how to parent oneself, how to nurture the soul, and how to move toxic people toward learning the consequences of unacceptable behavior. This holistic approach provides a fresh perspective on dealing with personality disorders and rebuilding the self-esteem that gets destroyed by those toxic people.
 

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Contents

WAYS TO IDENTIFY
1
PART II
203
HISTORY OF PERSONALITY DISORDERS
209
HUBBARDS TRAITS
216
THEORIES ON CAUSES
223
TIPS FOR DEALING WITH TOXIC PERSONALITIES
230
Reinventing Relationships
236
REINVENTING RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH
242
DEVELOPING PERSONAL INTEGRITY
253
FORGIVING AND LOVING YOURSELF
261
SIX MISTAKES TO AVOID IN RELATIONSHIPS
271
TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR HAPPINESS
277
HEALING AND RELAXING SOUND EXERCISES
280
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
288
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Grant is head of the Ruthie O. Grant Management Agency for Rising Stars.

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