Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men (Paperback)
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Description"He doesn't mean to hurt me-he just loses control." "He can be sweet and gentle." "He's scared me a few times, but he never hurts the children-he's a great father." "He's had a really hard life..." Women in abusive relationships tell themselves these things every day. Now they can see inside the minds of angry and controlling men-and change their own lives. In this groundbreaking book, a counselor shows how to improve, survive, or leave an abusive relationship, with: ? The early warning signs ? Nine abusive personality types ? How to tell if an abuser can change, is changing, or ever will ? The role of drugs and alcohol ? What can be fixed, and what can't ? How to leave a relationship safely
- Published: 02 September 2003
- Format: Paperback 432 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780425191651 ISBN 10: 0425191656
- Sales rank: 3,780
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Reviews for Why Does He Do That?
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When I ordered this book I was so confused about my husbands behaviour and didn't know whether I would call what he does abusive, he doesn't hit me, but I feel just as hurt by his other behaviours if not more. I finished the book in a weekend while I stayed at my parents. The peace I feel in having his behaviours confirmed as wrong, learning I am not to blame for his behaviour, and having those tatics explained in details is worth more than I paid for this book. As Lundy says, you need to see through the smoke screen and mirrors to be able to see any change. I would suggest you read this book if you are confused about what abuse is. It would also be helpful for those who know someone in an abusive relationship as you would learn how she/he is feeling/thinking, or if you suspect that you might be entering an abusive relationship as it talks about warning signs. It is almost a bible for women who are in such a relationship and I could not be more grateful for making this purchase. by Laura Bennett