Dealing with Difficult People: Coping with Conflict, Angry People, Abusive Behavior and Rage Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Are you tired of arguing and fighting with difficult people? Is your life filled with chaos and drama? Are you overly stressed because of how your boss, spouse, child, friend, co-worker, girlfriend, boyfriend or family member is treating you? Are you longing for peace of mind?
In Amber Rain's book, Dealing with Difficult People: Coping with Conflict, Angry People, Abusive Behavior and Rage, you will find the help you need in order to make positive changes in your life.
She has helped tens of thousands of people all over the world, since 2008, learn how to deal with conflicting relationships and she can help you too.
When you are finished listening to this book, you will know how to:
- Deal with rejection
- Stop an argument before it has a chance to start
- Not be a doormat
- Set boundaries
- Communicate in an intelligent and empowering way
- Deal with negative people
- Get out of harm's way
- Put an end to being abused
- Decide what issues are important to address and which ones you should let go of
- And much more
Ideas from the book on dealing with difficult people:
You cannot change how someone treats you. All you can do is communicate with them in hopes that they will be willing to work out their difficulties.
You have to understand that some people are never going to change. In situations where you are dealing with someone like this, the responsibility for change is going to have to be your own.
Nothing changes if nothing changes.
Insanity is doing the same things over and over again, expecting different results.
If you feel all of your efforts to work out your differences with someone are pointless, then you have to make changes.
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|Listening Length||31 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||March 23, 2015|
|Publisher||Creating Residuals Inc|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #280,250 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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#6,889 in Stress Management Self-Help
#14,413 in Personal Success
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One of the things I’ve learned over the years is that you can’t change people, but you can choose to change how you respond to different situations people put you in. This book explains how to make those changes and what to do when someone who is determined to make you miserable confronts you.
I especially liked the parts in the book that talk about truth. Just because someone says something about you, doesn't make it true. It took me a lot of years to learn that and once I did, my self confidence and self esteem grew exponentially. I think that if you are looking for ways to begin changing how you respond to people in your life, this book is a great way to get started.
This ebook is full of great tips and advice on how to responded to people who are trying to goad you into an argument. I get on the defensive pretty quick myself, so it great to study the one liners comebacks. I also learned to really just let go about the difficult person and how to frame my mind to making sure that I am doing the right thing for me in the situation.
Great advice, and kind of showed me how to avoid being a difficult person myself!
should look out for, then how you should address it, and why you should address it. There are numerous options included on how to respond to someone that is acting in an unacceptable manner, which are things like making sure to keep what you are thinking off of your face and body language, and just simply keeping your mouth shut when someone is trying to force you to argue with them.
I would recommend this book to anyone that is lost and trying to figure out what to do regarding a difficult relationship or person, and needs a little guidance. There is a helpful checklist at the end of the book that tells you all the main ideas of the book, and can also serve as your guide if you are trying to make changes in your life.