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

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

"This book clearly illustrates the true nature of disturbed characters, exposes the tactics the most manipulative characters use to pull the wool over the eyes of others, and outlines powerful, practical ways to deal more effectively with manipulativ...

Title:In Sheep's Clothing: Understanding and Dealing with Manipulative People
Edition Language:English

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

  • Tatiana

    I read this book because of other reviews on Goodreads that I saw, which highlighted some tactics that manipulative people use against others. They struck a chord of familiarity for me, as I've known ...

  • Jeff

    This is not well-written, thorough, or clear enough for me to give it more than 3 stars, but the ideas in it are worth at least 4 (if not 5) stars. In my opinion, the most important idea that Dr. Simo...

  • Manny

    One of my favourite episodes in John Sladek's Roderick: The Education of a Young Machine is the bit where the eponymous hero is kidnapped by a travelling carnival. They stick him in a booth, with his ...

  • Larry Ortman

    I found this book after looking online and trying to understand a person I was recently involved with. I got chills reading the tactics of these "covert-aggressive" individuals, as many of them were u...

  • notgettingenough

    Fuck. Manny’s reading this book In Sheep’s Clothing Understanding and Dealing with Manipulative People and I’m thinking he’s going to start applying it to goodreads, isn’t he? He’s going t...

  • Anne

    If there is a manipulative person in your life, you don't need to read things about how they got that way and feel all sorry for them. That's for later. If you are dealing with a manipulative person, ...

  • Aliya

    Blind spots are the human limitations of the intelligent mind. Too often we think we are too smart, too accomplished and too reasonable to put up with any nonsense from anyone. Well, we eat humble pie...

  • Saurabh

    What is I liked about the book:1. It confronts the “traditional” approach of understanding personality and neurosis and suggests that unchecked pervasiveness of the same can actually be maladaptiv...

  • Dean

    We live in dangerous times, and I mean it!!!What I want to say is that regardless our technological progress, the human condition hasn't change for the best..I know very well what it means to be victi...

  • Haengbok92

    This was recommended to me by a friend who is going through a very messy divorce. I found the book to be quite interesting in helping one learn how to identify and deal with manipulative people. Espec...