Emotional Vampires: Dealing With People Who Drain You Dry
"Bernstein provides a field guide to the various types of Emotional Vampires and advises readers how to protect themselves from being victims of these predatory personalities."Boston Globe
From bestselling author Albert J. Bernstein
The author of Dinosaur Brains offers protection from people who seek to destroy the emotional and psychological well-being of others. Like the fabled demons, these vampires:
Emotional Vampires tells readers how to spot a "vampire" in their lives, which defense strategies to employ to prevent one from striking, and what to do if and when they find themselves under attack.
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Personality disordered people are not ignorant dummies, far from it. They are super-slick users. The more you know about them ahead of time, the more likely you will respond reliably to your body's inner thump of warning you that are being mal-treated.
This book details such conscience-less characters for you so effectively that you will never disbelieve yourself again!
Eleanor Cowan, author of : A History of a Pedophile's Wife
Review: Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You DryUser Review - Goodreads
This book helps you learn to spot personalities that are draining and offers you useful information on how to deal with those personality types. This book also offers ways to change if you see ... Read full review