Find Out Who's Normal and Who's Not: The Proven System to Quickly Assess Anyone's Emotional Stability

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Viter Press, 2010 - Psychology - 218 pages
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Do you have to worry about your co-worker, nanny, neighbor, or date? If you're concerned about a new relationship, or even an old one, you will no longer need to rely on instincts, hunches, or horoscopes. Even when interaction is limited to mere observation or a brief exchange, whether you're at a bar, restaurant, park, or even in an elevator, you can discover how to assess the general emotional stability of a person in just minutes.The legendary leader in human behavior, Dr. David J. Lieberman, shows you how to protect yourself and your loved ones -- emotionally, financially, and physically -- from unstable individuals who will inevitably pass through your life.He has personally trained the military, FBI, and mental-health professionals around the world on how to eliminate the guesswork and learn in person, online, or even over the phone virtually foolproof tactics to find out if a person is normal, neurotic, or something far more dangerous.If you've ever wondered: How close is she to snapping? Is she troubled or just plain moody? How will he come through for me in a crisis? Is she a danger to herself or to others? Is he going to turn violent? Can I trust her with my kids? Is he unstable or just a bit eccentric? Is my date a genuine and honest person? Is he just difficult or is he really disturbed? If so, this is the book for you.

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David J. Lieberman, PhD, is an award-winning author and internationally recognized leader in the fields of human behavior and interpersonal relationships. Techniques based on his nine books, which have been translated into 24 languages, are used by governments, corporations, and mental health professionals in more than 25 countries. Dr. Lieberman's work has been featured in publications around the world, and he has appeared as a guest expert on more than 300 radio and television programs.

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