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There are painful ways of getting drawn in time and time again by a polished manipulator.
For example, if you lose your temper, rage, accuse and get involved in a drama scene, then it's only a
matter of time before you will feel guilty and ashamed of YOUR behavior and then off YOU go to apologize. Soon, you're building up for your next rage attack...and on and on it goes.
This books provides techniques to deal with the abusive personality in such a way that, guilt-free and proud of your own conduct, you can taking strong steps toward Freedom Street.
Eleanor Cowan, author of : A History of a Pedophile's Wife
 

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Everyone in the world should read this book. If you are searching for the "why?" this book provides it. This book gives you the knowledge to heal. Healing feels amazing.

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I purchased this book for my (at the time) future girlfriend coming out of a string of abusive relationships, the last of which I was lucky enough to have intervened. Along with "It's My Life Now: Starting Over After Abusive Relationship or Domestic Violence" the future object of my affections was able to learn a great deal about what truly happened and how to move forward in life. I recommend both titles as they ultimately helped her healing and allowed us to pursue a functioning and healthy relationship with one another. 

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I sent a copy of the chapter on types of abusers to a neighbor who had just separated from her husband. It looked to me as if both wife abuse and child abuse were likely. One of the types absolutely nailed her husband and when she told me, it was clear that she knew exactly how to handle him. This book puts power into the hands of the most powerless women. It should be owned by every married woman, just in case. 

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I was drawn, as most women probably are, to the descriptions of the different types of abusers. My spouse was described in eye-opening detail, right down to quotations of the things he commonly said to me. The author provided great insight into the root of abusive behavior, how abusive men really view their partners. As an abused partner, this book gave me such clarity, and equipped me with the information I needed to make a truly informed decision about whether or not to stay with my abuser.  

Review: Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men

User Review  - Alyssa Hanson - Goodreads

I think everyone should read this book. Read full review

Review: Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men

User Review  - Stacy Naberhuis - Goodreads

This was a fantastic book! I think it's a must read for anyone who even thinks abuse has touched their lives. Whether it be abuse of them or someone close to them. There is so much information that you need to know! Read full review

Review: Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men

User Review  - Stacy - Goodreads

I just read this book, it completely blew my mind, and I am obsessed with it. OBSESSED. I am currently reading it out loud with my husband so he can understand why the guy next door isn't the poor ... Read full review

Review: Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men

User Review  - Sarah Smeltzer - Goodreads

probably one of the most important books to ever exist Read full review

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User Review  - Rita - Goodreads

I read this book because I am currently volunteering at a woman's shelter. It was recommended to me by the volunteer coordinator. It taught me so much about the abuser and broke so many myths that I ... Read full review


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