In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Clinton McLemore-- a leading expert on interpersonal relationships-- gives you a powerful roadmap for promoting healthy and productive relationships. Toxic Relationships draws extensively from psychological research and Christian theology and is filled with practical strategies you can use to create better communication at home and at work. You will learn how to increase appreciation, tenderness, respect, comfort, and understanding in all of your relationships by recognizing the eight basic "default styles" that most of us use to respond to others. By using biblical examples, Dr. McLemore shows how we can change our own destructive behavior and influence the behavior of others by understanding these eight toxic strategies: Controlling Drifting Intruding Freeloading Humiliating Scurrying Victimizing Avoiding Create loving and healthy relationships using these proven methods for transforming toxic interactions with others.
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Author Biography - Clinton W. McLemore
Dr. Clinton W. McLemore was on the full-time psychology faculty of Fuller Seminary, has consulted for over twenty-five Fortune 500 companies, and has written five previous books including Clergyman's Psychological Handbook and Street-Smart Ethics: Succeeding in Business without Selling Your Soul. In 1983, he also founded the prestigious Clinician's Research Digest, now owned and operated by the American Psychological Association. Dr. McLemore is frequently interviewed in the media and is a celebrated speaker.