In Sheep's Clothing: Understanding and Dealing with Manipulative People

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Every now and then, a teaching

tool comes along that really makes

a difference. This is one!

Jef Sturm, President

Jef Sturm Graphic Design

Pawley s Island, South Carolina

Professor Mantle presents color theory in a unique format that clearly illustrates the effect of perspective on color, light and shade. This technique should be a primary tool for all serious painters. --Joan Klatil Creamer, Industrial and Product Designer

Eric Mantle s book will be a treasured resource for students of art and design and a truly great
asset in any serious art professor s library, said David L. Deming, a sculptor and president and CEO of
the Cleveland Institute of Art.
The masterful illustrations of these basic principles of color, perspective
and everything fundamental to understanding a 3-dimensional world within a 2-dimensional plane is
illustrated so clearly that, especially for those among us who are primarily visual learners, the lessons

Modern permissiveness and the new culture of entitlement allows disturbed people to reach adulthood without proper socialization. In a book meant both for the general public and for professionals, bestselling author and psychologist George Simon explains in plain English:

How most disturbed characters think.
The habitual behaviors the disturbed use to avoid responsibility and to manipulate, deceive, and exploit others.
Why victims in relationships with disturbed characters do not get help they need from traditional therapies.
A straightforward guide to recognizing and understanding all relevant personality types, especially those most likely to undermine relationships.
A new framework for making sense of the crazy world many find themselves in when there's a disturbed character in their lives.
Concrete principles that promote responsibility and positive change when engaging disturbed characters.
Tactics (for both lay persons and therapists) to lessen the chances for victimization and empower those who would otherwise be victims in their relationships with many types of disturbed characters.

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