New Book Trailer for
the Third Edition of RELATIONSHIP RED FLAGS by Anna Moss Available
If you look at the staggering numbers of good girls and wonderful women who get taken down by pathological relationships (from dating abuse to pathological bonds) you'll see that "relationship illiteracy" is the new normal.
This leads to life experiences that wreak havoc and worse. Relationship illiteracy shows up in statements like these:
What is the first step to turning relationship illiteracy into
literacy? Learning how to see the warning signs at a safe
distance--which is not as easy as it sounds because abuse is
According to international threat assessment expert and
bestselling author Gavin de Becker:
"Men are afraid women will laugh at them, women are afraid men will kill them."
“Brilliant! It made
me cry and gave me hope and educated me all in one. This book needs
to be read by every woman.”
Wife & Mother
"This book is astounding... an INVALUABLE tool for any woman. This book is written from direct experience, and it shows... a MUST READ for anyone who is confused about why their relationship doesn't feel good, and for concerned others if they wonder if their loved one is in a bad relationship but don't want to interfere. This lack of interference is just what the sociopath relies on. Read it and take note!!!!"
Elaine Palmer, MBA, PhD
Author, Executive & Speaker
When you're falling in love with a pathological person, you are being put into a victim trance even though you don't know it. A toxic partner is not going to club you over the head and drag you off to his cave. He's going to romance you like you've never been romanced before. And only when you're completely under his spell do the gloves begin to come off.
Here's what the uninformed say before and after they've experienced it firsthand:
Only when you learn the methods and principles at work in these
"relationships" (and they can happen anywhere) will you be able to
learn how to spot trouble at a safe distance. It's not rocket
science, but it is counter intuitive.
It is far easier to avoid toxic relationships (dating
abuse or domestic violence) than it is to
“Approximately 1/3 of the men counseled for battering are professional men who are well respected in their jobs and in their communities. These have included doctors, lawyers, ministers and executives.”
~ David Adams
"Identifying the Assaultive Husband in Court"
The Boston Bar Journal
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