Woman-to-woman advice on identifyingand dumpingbad news guysNo one is immune when it comes to destructive relationships. Even smart women can be gaslighted by men who appear supportive in public but are belittling in private, after which, worse yet, they assert that youre upset for no reason, that youre simply imagining the verbal abuse and incremental death of your spirit. In Hes Just No Good for You, best-selling author Beth Wilson, with psychologist Dr. Maureen Hannah, zeroes in on the heart of the matterwomens well-being and self-worthand sets forth a clear vision of just what a healthy relationship looks like. She also instructs women of all ages on installing early detection warning systems in their brains. As for those women already enmeshed in a destructive relationship, this book, with its reassuring, empowering style, can assist in identifying the problem, deciding whether to leave or to stay, and then acting on that decision.Most books about bad relationships focus on compatibility or domestic violence. Hes Just No Good for You is for all women who have found themselves wondering if the great guy others see at their side is in fact not so greator worse. Wilson explores the anatomy of a destructive relationship and provides clear profiles of bad news individuals. And she shows women how they can move beyond the grasp of a harmful relationship by taking a candid look at their priorities, their circumstances, and themselves. Drawing on the wisdom and insight Wilson has long utilized in her thriving private practice, and building on her previous best-selling books, along with Dr. Hannahs professional expertise, Hes Just No Good for You offers women a new path. Women want more out of relationshipsand this book shows them that they can have it.
He's Just No Good for You
Globe Pequot Press
A Guide to Getting Out of a Destructive Relationship
Mind, Body & Spirit /
Family & Parenting