Who's Pulling Your Strings?: How to Break the Cycle of Manipulation and Regain Control of Your Life

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McGraw Hill Professional, Oct 3, 2004 - Self-Help - 256 pages
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A powerful program to stop manipulators in their tracks

In Who's Pulling Your Strings?, Dr. Harriet B. Braiker, New York Times bestselling author of The Disease to Please, explains how depression, low self-esteem, anger, and feelings of helplessness can be caused by relationships with manipulative people. She exposes the most common methods of manipulators, and with the help of selfassessment quizzes, action plans, and how-to exercises, she helps you recognize and end the manipulative cycle for good.

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Review: Who's Pulling Your Strings? How to Break the Cycle of Manipulation and Regain Control of Your Life

User Review  - Eleanor Cowan - Goodreads

One critical aspect of learning to deal with manipulators is to understand their psychology - but that is not nearly enough! This book counsels we also take pity on our own vulnerability and that we ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mary.sanabawy - Goodreads

There is a thin line between being kind generous and loving and being manipulated. this book is a must read if u want to understand, and address the problem of manipulation. One of the best books I have recently read. Highly recommended Read full review

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Contents

An Overview of Manipulation
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Manipulation in Five Acts
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Are You Vulnerable to Manipulation?
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Dr. Harriet B. Braiker wrote three successful, general-audience psychology books dealing primarily with women's issues, including the New York Times bestseller The Disease to Please.

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