Book Resources



Controlling People: How to Recognize, Understand, and Deal With People Who Try to Control You (Paperback) by Patricia Evans
Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men (Paperback) by Lundy Bancroft The Emotionally Abusive Relationship: How to Stop Being Abused and How to Stop Abusing (Paperback) by Beverly Engel Emotional Blackmail: When the People in Your Life Use Fear, Obligation, and Guilt to Manipulate You (Paperback) by Susan Forward The Verbally Abusive Relationship: How to Recognize it and How to Respond (Paperback)   Especially good for Christians by Patricia Evans I Thought I Was the Crazy One: 201 Ways to Identify and Deal with Toxic People (Paperback) by Amorah Children of the Self-Absorbed: A Grown-Up’s Guide to Getting over Narcissistic Parents (Paperback) by Nina W. Brown The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists: Coping with the One-Way Relationship in Work, Love, and Family (Paperback) by Eleanor Payson Toxic Coworkers: How to Deal with Dysfunctional People on the Job (Paperback) by Alan A., Ph.D. Cavaiola (Author), Neil J., Ph.D. Lavender In Sheep’s Clothing: Understanding and Dealing with Manipulative People (Paperback) by George K. Simon Jr Loving the Self-Absorbed: How to Create a More Satisfying Relationship with a Narcissistic Partner by Nina W. Brown (Paperback – Jun 2003) Whose Life is It Anyway?: When to Stop Taking Care of Their Feelings & Start Taking Care of Your Own by Nina W. Brown (Paperback – Jan 1, 2003) Why Is It Always About You? : The Seven Deadly Sins of Narcissism (Paperback)   (Over emphasis on shame but many good insights) by Sandy Hotchkiss Emotional Vampires: Dealing With People Who Drain You Dry (Paperback) by Albert J. Bernstein (Author) Aikido in Everyday Life: Giving In to Get Your Way Second Edition (Paperback) by Terry Dobson , Victor Miller Toxic People  by Lillian Glass

Books for Parents

S.O.S Help For Parents by Lynn Clark, Ph.D. (A Practical Guide for Handling Common Everyday Behavior Problems) 1-2-3 Magic by Thomas Phelan, PhD It is simple, parents who have trouble saying “no” (” ’cause I don’t want to be mean”) *can* stand to use it, and if used consistently, it works “like magic.” It is also entertaining to read, and covers a lot of behavioral situations. And perhaps if the parents can gain a sense of competence here, they’ll go on to manage things elsewhere. What Kids Really Want to Ask. It’s a book based on watching movies together and using that common experience to begin conversations about all sorts of pre-teen and teen conversations between parents and youth…gives suggestions for wonderful films, questions to ask, etc. It might be something you could offer as a resource, use with families. It’s co-authored by Rhonda A. Richardson and A. Margaret Pevec. I Can’t Believe You Went Through My Stuff! : How to Give Your Teens the Privacy They Crave and the Guidance They Need Peter Sheras, Ph.D. with Andrea Thompson [Paperback] about $10 2004 Get Out of My Life, but First Could You Drive Me & Cheryl to the Mall: A Parent’s Guide to the New Teenager, Revised and Updated by Anthony E. Wolf, Ph.D. [Paperback] about $10 2002 Surviving Your Adolescents: How to Manage and Let Go of Your 13-18 Year Olds by Thomas W. Phelan, Ph.D. [Paperback] about $12 1998

Resource list for women around money, profit, prosperity and abundance

Earn What You Deserve by Jerrold Mundis Secrets of Six Figure Women by Barbara Stanny Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich: 75 Avoidable Mistakes Women Make With Money by Lois P. Frankel PhD

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