Dealing with the CrazyMakers in Your Life: Setting Boundaries on Destructive Relationships
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Number of Pages: 250
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
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Some of the most difficult people to deal with are those who fail to take responsibility for their lives and who wreak havoc in their relationships. Author and relationship doctor David Hawkins offers help for those caught unavoidably in the craziness of a disordered person's life. With clear explanations, examples, and real life solutions, Hawkins shows readers
- how to develop healthy life skill tools and boundaries
- when, why, and how to confront a person who drives them crazy
- how disordered people think, act, and see the world
Anyone trapped in another person's cycle of disorder will discover ways to change their own response, perspective, and communication, and ultimately will find the hope of peace in the chaos.
Anyone trapped in another persons cycle of disorder will discover ways to change their own response, perspective, and communication, and ultimately will find the hope of peace in the chaos.
--Debra White Smith, bestselling author of the Austin series and What Jane Austin Taught Me About Love and Romance
Christine Kniskern5 Stars Out Of 5February 8, 2010Christine KniskernThis book has helped me understand people and how to interact with certain ones. I have given it away to friends.
Anna Parrish5 Stars Out Of 5May 28, 2008Anna ParrishThis was a phenomenal book of healing for me. I recommend it to anyone who has had past childhood issues/abuse or are having difficulties in current relationships. Truly, it brings a new perspective and meaning, along with valuable strategies to face difficult people that come your way. I highly recommend this book. It was life changing for me!
Marilyn Zempel4 Stars Out Of 5January 3, 2008Marilyn ZempelThis book was very informative, helps us to understand the crasyness in people, and especially our loved ones. We would recommend it to all to read, especially newleweds just starting out also to parents of grown children.Also, all officers (leaders) of any organization. To help explain people and emotions. A wonderful tool.
Diane Haggett4 Stars Out Of 5December 11, 2007Diane HaggettI found this book extremely helpful, lots of down to earth advice and explanations, and I have read lots on this subject.