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Taming Toxic People
- The Science of Identifying and Dealing with Psychopaths at Work and at Home
- By: David Gillespie
- Narrated by: Sam Haft
- Length: 6 hrs and 31 mins
Best-selling author David Gillespie turns his attention to a phenomenon that damages businesses, seeds mental disease and discomfort and can bring civilisations to the brink of implosion - the psychopath. Psychopaths are often thought of as killers and criminals, but actually 5 to 10 percent of people are probably psychopathic without ever indulging in a single criminal act. These everyday psychopaths may be charming in the early stages of relationships or employment, but, Gillespie argues, their presence in your life is at best disruptive and at worst highly dangerous.
- By Anonymous User on 13-06-2019
Practical Guide: you as every psycopaths victim
Explains the unexplainable of a psychopaths behaviour.
Unfortunately our society, and humanity's empathy, fosters psychopaths. To deter a psychopath is next to impossible; unless you are one. So what can we do to minimise the harm they cause us? And what should we definitely not do?
This book explains how our actions as Empaths will be 1. used against us and 2. will be interpreted by psychopaths.
For by nature, we are already meat to the lion.
12 Rules for Life
- An Antidote to Chaos
- By: Jordan B. Peterson
- Narrated by: Jordan B. Peterson
- Length: 15 hrs and 39 mins
What are the most valuable things that everyone should know? Acclaimed clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson has influenced the modern understanding of personality, and now he has become one of the world's most popular public thinkers. In this book, he provides 12 profound and practical principles for how to live a meaningful life, from setting your house in order before criticising others to comparing yourself to who you were yesterday, not someone else today.
- By Christopher on 21-01-2018
Is he a clinical psychologist, or a Priest?
I bought this book due to the increasing hype around Jordan. Disappointingly, It's just that; a hype.
I could relate to and confirm that the advice he gives, as a parent and psychologist, on chapters concerning children are very good as this is my professional field and I did refer some parents to the specific chapters.
I am, though, poorly disappointed at the amount of, rather lack of, evidence which comes in the form of Bible literature. He is a psychologist yet, this book seems to have been written by a priest.
3 of 12 chapters seemed well. Was told in a mostly entertaining & easy to absorb manner.
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