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The Empathy Trap: Understanding Antisocial Personalities (Overcoming Common Problems) [Paperback-2019]
Dr Jane Mcgregor
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Category:SelfhelpSelf ImprovementSelf Improvement-Sim
Publisher: Sheldon Press | ISBN: 9781529329209 | Pages: 160

"This deeply compassionate book offers answers, healing, and game-changing new insights." - Peace , author of Psychopath Free If you re in a relationship where you re always in the wrong, and constantly being criticised, the chances are you re with a sociopath - someone without a conscience, whose personality shows extreme antisocial tendencies. This book is designed to help you identify the sociopath destroying your happiness, and it gives you the tools you need to protect yourself against these arch-manipulators. It will help you to see their behavior for what it really is, understand the way they interact with others, and extract yourself from a destructive relationship - whatever its nature. You will regain control of your life for good, and become a survivor; a stronger person. More than just a practical guide, The Empathy Trap sends out a call to all of us, not only to identify and call out the sociopaths in our midst, but also to contribute to a culture where empathy exists as a prized virtue with the potential to transform society at every level.

About the Author

Dr Jane McGregor is a freelance writer and trainer, and a part-time lecturer at the Institute of Mental Health, University of ttingham. Her academic subject area is public health. She holds a PhD in this area, gained at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and funded by the Wellcome Trust. Jane previously worked in the NHS and voluntary sector for many years, mostly in the field of addiction treatment, and she has published widely in this area. Tim McGregor is a freelance consultant, writer and trainer. He is a mental health practitioner of many years standing and has worked in both the NHS and the UK voluntary sector, most recently as a commissioning advisor. Tim has a keen interest in evidence-based approaches to behaviour change and this forms the foundation of much of his training work.

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