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Know Thine Toxic Man.
Toxic men come in all shapes, sizes, and dysfunctions. The trick is to know one when you see one--and how to deal with him. In this book, bestselling author and therapist Dr.Lillian Glass shows you how to identify toxic men, and gives you the specific tools you need to avoid them when you can--and handle them effectively when you cannot.
This groundbreaking look at toxic men and the women who are involved with them offers a three-part approach:
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Dr. Lillian Glass, a world-renown, well-respected body language expert and foremost authority in the field of communication, is known as "The First Lady of Communication." A media personality, Dr. Glass is a regular commentator for the Nancy Grace show, body language expert on Swift Justice, Dancing With the Stars, Entertainment Tonight, and The Insider, and is seen throughout the media. She has a regular monthly body language column in Cosmopolitan magazine and writes a body language blog for Psychology Today as well as her own popular blog about newsmakers, "Dr. Lillian Glass Body Language Blog." Dr. Glass has used her skills as expert witness for both state and federal cases in the area of vocal forensics and behavioral analysis.
She has written more than a dozen books, including the bestsellers Toxic People™; He Says, She Says; and a body language book I Know What You're Thinking. In her private practice in Beverly Hills, she has helped countless clients, including celebrities, politicians, and world leaders. For more information about Dr. Glass and her services, go to www.drlillianglass.com.From Publishers Weekly:
Toxic person "expert" Glass (Toxic People) returns with a guide of marginal worth for women to identify problem males in the wild. She starts with questions meant to root out the truly unpleasant, such as, "Do you feel a sense of relief when you are away from him?" If the answer is yes, he may be one of the "Eleven Toxic Types of Men." These range from the scary ("angry bullying control freak") to the annoying ("wishy-washy spineless wimp"). Many readers will be dismayed by the advice Glass offers on handling the bully, "usually...the type who tends to be an abuser." Instead of showing him the door, women should "release tension by fantasizing what you would like to do to a Toxic man." Less whimsical is her sound advice to women to "let the beaters and the cheaters go." Still, the author disappoints by offering only minimal help for victims of domestic violence. Lastly, those who have suffered—and survived—the lesser versions of the toxic male species are advised to "do arty and crafty things with your hands," "laugh every day," and "count your blessings." After all, "there are nontoxic men out there!" (Nov.)
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