Do you know a nasty man? Someone who always puts you down in front of others? Who constantly reminds you of your shortcomings? Lies to you? Most of us, at some point, have been hurt, betrayed, or degraded by a nasty man. Now Jay Carter, Psy.D., bestselling author of Nasty People shows readers how to put a stop once and for all to this cycle of overt and covert abuse without resorting to nasty tactics themselves. With straight-talking advice and real-life anecdotes, Carter explains how to handle a whole cast of nasty characters including: The Verbal Batterer - who uses your own intimate secrets as ammunition to attack your self-esteem The Don Juan - whose charming attentiveness conceals a chronically deceitful personality The Liar - who says one thing in front of you but something else behind your back The Cro-Magnon Man - whose uncaring attitude turns your relationship into a battleground Carter shows you just what to do when these nasty men try to use guilt, manipulation, and "reason" to get their way. He also helps differentiate between truly nasty behavior from the plain, everyday frustrations that arise between men and women. You'll learn how to tell if a man is lying to you, surefire ways to stop verbal abuse, and secrets for getting your guy off the couch and into the relationship. Most important, you'll gain the confidence you need to finally stand up to the nasty men in your life.
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Surefire methods to neutralize the nasty men in your life
Is there a nasty man in your life? Someone who always puts you down, chipping away at your self-esteem? He could be your husband, father, brother, or boss. Whoever he is, he's can be King of the Jerks, someone you try your best to avoid. You can't turn a frog into a prince, but with the straight-talking advice in this guide, you might just find the beauty in your beast.
Based on decades of practice and observation, author, psychologist, and motivational speaker Jay Carter, Psy.D., provides no-nonsense insights into the behavior of the beastliest men, offering proven techniques for coping with every jerk in your life. As the author outlines key personality types from the deceitfully seductive Don Juan to the unevolved Cro-Magnon Man you'll learn how to:
Jay Carter, Psy.D., (Reading, PA) has treated couples and women for close to 30 years. He is the author of Nasty People and Nasty Men and the upcoming Nasty Women, and has been self promoting the books on several radio shows and through his lectures for more than a decade. He specializes in anger-management, where the common conversation is rage against Nasty People, Nasty Men and Nasty Women.
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