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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.
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 25 days ago by L. Pichette
This is an excellent book filled with very interesting facts. Makes a lot of sense!!Published 2 months ago by D. Vande Pol
Very interesting topic, passed this novel around at work and it was a hit.Published 3 months ago by B. Nesterchuk
Excellent book. It is very practical and helpful in always "beiong safe", and being "street smart" in all aspects of life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Moira Lauren
This is an exceptional book about learning to use fear to your advantage. It covers how to tell the difference between needless worry and genuine fear. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rusty Allen
This book talks a lot about gut instincts, and recognizing that those instincts are valid and essential. It gives great case studies, is well written and easy to read.Published 8 months ago by TNT