i learned so much from this book and learned not only red flags for various personality types but also how to successfully become aware of these red flags.
The most important self-defense against psychopathic seducers consists of recognizing the initial warning signals so that you can escape the relationship early on, hopefully before you’re seriously harmed. Joseph Carver has put together a helpful and instructive list outlining the early symptoms of a dangerous relationship with a psychopath, or as he puts it quite aptly, with “a Loser.” As we’ve already seen in the previous account of Drew Peterson’s behavior, not all the signs of psychopathic seduction are obviously negative.
Certainly worth buying for public libraries if there is interest. Learn How to Spot a LOSER Within the First Three Dates...-- Does he have nicer hair and more jewelry than you -- and just loves the way you love him? Ego.-- Have you been waiting by the phone so long that your friends have sent out a search party? You'll learn how to quickly spot a guy who's bad news before you run screaming for a gallon of vanilla fudge swirl and before you invest your love in a man who won't return it. Red Flags is great at putting things in perspective when we cannot.
Seeing what we know to be true in print helps us to accept the truth and reminds us to make no more excuses. one that helps with discovery before the liver bug bites.learning red flags is immensely helpful for any woman, especially those who have struggled with ending up in bad and/or abusive relationships.
Harper, the 51-year-old host of NBC’s The Biggest Loser, said that he collapsed while exercising at a gym in New York, and that a physician performed CPR and shocked his heart.
In status aggression, one partner uses control and aggressive tactics to gain and maintain the power.
Status aggression is seen in chickens, baboons, other animal species and also in humans.
As we’ve seen, Drew Peterson escalated the abuse of his partners.
He began with criticism, went on to name-calling and moved on to physical violence and (probably) murder. “The Loser,” Carver notes, “has very shallow emotions and connections with others.