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Averting Relationship Disaster Begins With Learning How to See Through Evil RELATIONSHIP RED FLAGS – A Guide for Women Domestic Violence, Dating Abuse, Psychopathic Bonds and Toxic Partners Decoded ... Because the Warning Signs are Hard to See and Harder to Believe "What is wrong with me that I have attracted this sick person into my life?" This is the first question many of Averting Relationship Disaster Begins With Learning How to See Through Evil RELATIONSHIP RED FLAGS – A Guide for Women Domestic Violence, Dating Abuse, Psychopathic Bonds and Toxic Partners Decoded ... Because the Warning Signs are Hard to See and Harder to Believe "What is wrong with me that I have attracted this sick person into my life?" This is the first question many of us ask when we begin to acknowledge that our partner is abusive. It is the beginning of a passage through a dark place where there is no guarantee of getting out unscathed, much less alive. There is also no going back. Every toxic relationship expresses a sort of human equation, the seeds of which (abusing and allowing abuse) were planted in early childhood. Depending on what you learn, they may grow deep within your inner child and hold you back for life. After reading this book you are going to be able to look at people in a new way. Walking down the street, going to the grocery store, being at work or school will be a revelation. The more you pay attention, the more you will see. As a woman who got seduced and trapped by a master abuser, I have seen and experienced things I never expected and could not have imagined. About midway through the marriage, I realized it wasn't just domestic violence, it was evil. And a close encounter with evil changes you. I've seen what evil can do first hand. I've looked at it while it waved a knife in my face. I've felt it on the other side of the bed. I've sat with it as it gloated after hurting me or my animals. I've watched it move through a community undetected. I’ve witnessed its mask of sanity fool everyone. I've struggled to stand up to it when I had already lost almost everything to it. Evil won some of our battles. When I sought help, I found I was surrounded almost entirely by people who did not care, did not want to know and did not want to get involved; they turned away leaving me to twist in the wind. Many of us know that evil is part of the social matrix we live in. It's a given in this world, whether you want to believe it or not. It is an aspect of domestic violence even though it's not often named. I wrote this book, and others, so that you can learn to avoid it. How? By learning what it does and says, what those things really mean and where it will lead. There's a reason people say "there's no substitute for experience" and that's why there are over 400 examples of behavior and verbiage from a abuser in an advanced state of his pathology in the book. It’s faster, easier and safer to learn this stuff from a book than from life. The world is ready for this information. Not one person in a thousand possesses this knowledge. Be one. IF you think you've got what it takes, look inside and get the book today.


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Averting Relationship Disaster Begins With Learning How to See Through Evil RELATIONSHIP RED FLAGS – A Guide for Women Domestic Violence, Dating Abuse, Psychopathic Bonds and Toxic Partners Decoded ... Because the Warning Signs are Hard to See and Harder to Believe "What is wrong with me that I have attracted this sick person into my life?" This is the first question many of Averting Relationship Disaster Begins With Learning How to See Through Evil RELATIONSHIP RED FLAGS – A Guide for Women Domestic Violence, Dating Abuse, Psychopathic Bonds and Toxic Partners Decoded ... Because the Warning Signs are Hard to See and Harder to Believe "What is wrong with me that I have attracted this sick person into my life?" This is the first question many of us ask when we begin to acknowledge that our partner is abusive. It is the beginning of a passage through a dark place where there is no guarantee of getting out unscathed, much less alive. There is also no going back. Every toxic relationship expresses a sort of human equation, the seeds of which (abusing and allowing abuse) were planted in early childhood. Depending on what you learn, they may grow deep within your inner child and hold you back for life. After reading this book you are going to be able to look at people in a new way. Walking down the street, going to the grocery store, being at work or school will be a revelation. The more you pay attention, the more you will see. As a woman who got seduced and trapped by a master abuser, I have seen and experienced things I never expected and could not have imagined. About midway through the marriage, I realized it wasn't just domestic violence, it was evil. And a close encounter with evil changes you. I've seen what evil can do first hand. I've looked at it while it waved a knife in my face. I've felt it on the other side of the bed. I've sat with it as it gloated after hurting me or my animals. I've watched it move through a community undetected. I’ve witnessed its mask of sanity fool everyone. I've struggled to stand up to it when I had already lost almost everything to it. Evil won some of our battles. When I sought help, I found I was surrounded almost entirely by people who did not care, did not want to know and did not want to get involved; they turned away leaving me to twist in the wind. Many of us know that evil is part of the social matrix we live in. It's a given in this world, whether you want to believe it or not. It is an aspect of domestic violence even though it's not often named. I wrote this book, and others, so that you can learn to avoid it. How? By learning what it does and says, what those things really mean and where it will lead. There's a reason people say "there's no substitute for experience" and that's why there are over 400 examples of behavior and verbiage from a abuser in an advanced state of his pathology in the book. It’s faster, easier and safer to learn this stuff from a book than from life. The world is ready for this information. Not one person in a thousand possesses this knowledge. Be one. IF you think you've got what it takes, look inside and get the book today.

29 review for Relationship Red Flags: Domestic Violence, Dating Abuse, Psychopathic Bonds, Toxic Partners & More Decoded

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maxine (Booklover Catlady)

    I have read a lot of books during my years of personal and professional interest in abusive relationships, this book is not one of the better ones I have read. The book seems to have a focus on abusers who tend to head towards VERY extreme abusive behaviour quickly, which is not always the case. Whilst these extreme abuse cases do happen, even death coming upon the victim, it's a shame the book didn't cover more of the more subtle signs and types of abuse that occur. Some may find the chapters th I have read a lot of books during my years of personal and professional interest in abusive relationships, this book is not one of the better ones I have read. The book seems to have a focus on abusers who tend to head towards VERY extreme abusive behaviour quickly, which is not always the case. Whilst these extreme abuse cases do happen, even death coming upon the victim, it's a shame the book didn't cover more of the more subtle signs and types of abuse that occur. Some may find the chapters that support demon possession a bit out of place in this book especially as it's not promoted to contain any religious or Christian thoughts, beliefs or teachings. My fear is that this angle will put a lot of readers off as they didn't pick up the book to talk about exorcisms. There are much better books out there, ones that are clearer, less dramatic and more realistic to read. I felt this book was all over the place and not cohesive at all. Shame, as there is good content but it's presented strangely.

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