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If you: * Live in frustrating, painful, hostile relationships or a marriage full of drudgery and pain. * Get worn down by manipulation, serving others or arguing that doesn't get anywhere. * Try to be sweet and kind, reasonable and understanding, and still get bullied. This 10-CD set is for you. Ben reads an unabridged version of his book, How to Stop Bullies in Their Tracks, complete with 20 case studies to help you eliminate bullies from both your work and personal life. Plus a free bonus, unabridged reading of his book, Parenting Bully-Proof Kids: Stop School Bullies in Their Tracks. How to Stop Bullies in Their Tracks contains twenty case studies of people who succeeded against controllers, critics, manipulators, emotional intimidators, verbal abusers, exploders, pushy perfectionists, prying questioners, emotional blackmailers, silent manipulators and relentless arguers. Learn to stop self-bullying, and overt and covert bullies in their tracks. Even if you've never succeeded before, you can protect your personal ecology using the three success strategies and the five-step process for planning effective actions. These techniques will help you at work and with spouses, partners, parents, children, teens, friends and salespeople. Parenting Bully-Proof Kids: Stop School Bullies in Their Tracks is a companion to How to Stop Bullies in Their Tracks. It shows you how to guide your children and teenagers to live a bully-free life. Six case studies will teach you how to help them deal with: * Taunting, teasing and fighting. * A venomous Queen Bee. * Emotional blackmail. * A manipulative control-freak who pretends to be a friend. * School administrators. * The most important decision for teenagers. * Self-bullying.
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Ben Leichtling, PH. D., directed bio-medical research laboratories for 21 years, during which time he co-authored over 30 scientific papers and book chapters on the control of gene expression. Since 1985, he has been a business and life coach, consultant, psychotherapist and speaker. Over 300 of his articles have appeared in business, trade and psychotherapy publications across the country. He writes a monthly leadership column for Denver Business Journal and is syndicated in the American City Business Journals. His expertise has been featured in publications such as Entrepreneur, USA Weekend and the Harvard Management Update. Dr. Leichtling says, I learned most of what I know and developed my skills in the heat of the moment through trial and course-correction. Of course I learned from books and courses. But you get the most by putting your body into real life and modeling great people. You learn a lot about how to wise up, stand up and stay up when you grow up in New York City. Later I learned even more with six children in our stepfamily including five teenagers at one point.Review:
Finally, a how-to guide to stand up to bullies at work, at home and in the neighborhood. --Ed Tate, 2000 World Champion of Public Speaking, President, Ed Tate & Associates, LLC
This is full of real-life examples that anyone can relate to. I love how there are quotes sprinkled throughout. Dr. Leichtling has written about something that is timeless, and other great minds have also thought these things. Sit down with this. You might see yourself or someone you love, and it would be worth your time! --Christie Ward, Principal of The Impact Institute
You've found the secrets. Your real-world examples and practical, step-by-step instructions are awesome. I wish I had seen this years ago. This could have helped me with a boss early in my career. --Marcia McGilley, Author, Help and Hope for Those With Cancer
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Book Description Uncommon Sense Press, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0976319861