Modern permissiveness and the new culture of entitlement allows disturbed people to reach adulthood without proper socialization. In a book meant both for the general public and for professionals, bestselling author and psychologist George Simon explains in plain English:
- How most disturbed characters think.
- The habitual behaviors the disturbed use to avoid responsibility and to manipulate, deceive, and exploit others.
- Why victims in relationships with disturbed characters do not get help they need from traditional therapies.
- A straightforward guide to recognizing and understanding all relevant personality types, especially those most likely to undermine relationships.
- A new framework for making sense of the crazy world many find themselves in when there's a disturbed character in their lives.
- Concrete principles that promote responsibility and positive change when engaging disturbed characters.
- Tactics (for both lay persons and therapists) to lessen the chances for victimization and empower those who would otherwise be victims in their relationships with many types of disturbed characters.
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by George K. Simon, Jr., Ph.D.
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by Dean Keith Simonton
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