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by Nina W. Brown

ePub Uptight and In Your Face: Coping with an Anxious Boss, Parent, Spouse, or Lover download
Author:
Nina W. Brown
ISBN13:
978-0313385551
ISBN:
0313385556
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Publisher:
Praeger (November 2, 2010)
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Subcategory:
Psychology & Counseling
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1212 kb
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1142 kb
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4.8
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476

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Dealing with uptight, high-stress people in your workplace, family, or home can be an enormous challenge, but this book provides invaluable insight and practical advice enabling readers to handle these "problem" personality types successfully.

by Nina W. Brown (Author). Dealing with uptight, high-stress people in your workplace, family, or home can be an enormous challenge, but this book provides invaluable insight and practical advice enabling readers to handle these "problem" personality types successfully. Exercises provided give readers practical help in identifying troubling behaviors and attitudes of the uptight person, recognizing how and when they may be helping to cause their own distress, and developing insulating and coping skills.

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Dealing with uptight, high-stress people in your workplace, family, or home can be an enormous challenge, but this book provides invaluable insight and practical advice enabling readers to handle these "problem" personality types successfully.

• Exercises provided give readers practical help in identifying troubling behaviors and attitudes of the uptight person, recognizing how and when they may be helping to cause their own distress, and developing insulating and coping skills

  • There are some really interesting ideas in this book, but unfortunately, it's not very well-written. There are no anecdotes or examples, which makes for dry reading. It's also not structured very well, so it ends up being very repetitive and hard to follow.

    Her advice ultimately seems to be, "put up with it" or "leave". There are some good exercises which can help you examine yourself and the situation better, but the suggested coping strategies are limited.

    I really wish I could give this a higher rating, because the concept behind the book is really interesting, it's just not presented well.

  • This book has a lot to offer & doesn't sugar coat the way things are. It made me feel like I was listening to my therapist (who is excellent) but with the ability to mark & go back & re-examine what was said. It has helpful exercises & areas for introspection ---because you can only really change yourself, not the difficult person. I originally borrowed this from the library, but I found it valuable enough to want it on hand all the time. I haven't resolved my particular relationship issue yet, but I have a clearer perspective about it, and am better able to cope through some previously cringe worthy moments. I'd give it a shot if you've reached your limit with an important person in your life.