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People don't just "snap" and become violent, says de Becker, whose clients include federal government agencies, celebrities, police departments, and shelters for battered women. "There is a process as observable, and often as predictable, as water coming to a boil." Learning to predict violence is the cornerstone to preventing it. De Becker is a master of the psychology of violence, and his advice may save your life. --Joan Price --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
A book that every woman should read. Purchase for your friends, family, and teenage girls.Published 3 days ago by Kyla Constantin
In times of fear-monger journalism and media-crazed politics, this book offers a recipe that will save your sanity, and possibly your life.Published 18 days ago by MS
An incredibly interesting read! I have recommended this book to so many friends and family. I loved it from the first page to the last!Published 2 months ago by Joanne Currah
Easy read, clear and too the point. I could understand the messages. Everyone should read this book. Well written. Enjoyed.Published 4 months ago by Anne Cluney
Some very interesting tips. some things I never thought about.
A good read for online daters. Lots of frauda out there.
must have book for everybody, understand your gut feeling, what are they telling you before something happenPublished 6 months ago by L. Pichette
This is an excellent book filled with very interesting facts. Makes a lot of sense!!Published 9 months ago by D. Vande Pol
Very interesting topic, passed this novel around at work and it was a hit.Published 9 months ago by B. Nesterchuk