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HOW TO SPOT A DANGEROUS MAN by Sandra L. Brown Goes Global!

How to Spot a Dangerous Man, Sandra L. Brown MA, ImaginePublicity

Every once in a while readers’ demand can categorize a book as a “classic.” Sandra L. Brown’s “How to Spot a Dangerous Man” is one such book in the realm of women’s self-help. Brown’s experience, education and research qualifies her as an expert in the field and she’s offered assistance to all women who may be in, or considering, a new dating experience.

Brown defines a dangerous man as any man who hurts a woman emotionally, physically, sexually, spiritually, or financially. For many women it takes significant time to heal from the experiences, they often continue to choose the same qualities in the next man.  How to Spot a Dangerous Man helps women recognize their own patterns and stop the cycle of choosing dangerously.

First published in 2005, How to Spot a Dangerous Man has recently been launched in 5 languages. Dangerous men are not confined to one area of the world, and now women can be educated by the information contained in the book all over the globe and learn to apply the knowledge to make meaningful changes.

How to Spot a Dangerous Man walks the reader through all of the different types of dangerousness and the details, not only the specific traits of each, but how to spot the red flags inherent in each type. Sandra L. Brown walks readers through the specifics with check lists and strategies, along with other women’s insights, offering everything needed to turn around unhealthy dating choices.

How to Spot a Dangerous Man, Sandra L. Brown MA, ImaginePublicity

With a corresponding workbook available, women now have a complete survival guide working step by step towards choosing healthy relationships rather than suffering through the emotional, and sometimes physical, damage caused by abusive men.

Thoughts on How to Spot a Dangerous Man:

“How to Spot a Dangerous Man” should be read by every woman on the planet.

As a pastor of a growing church I come into regular contact with women of all ages who have been struggling through one dysfunctional relationship after the other. In the past I would offer the best advice and encouragement that I could think of, but now with Sandra Brown’s insightful new book I have the tools to help these ladies make wise choices. This book isn’t just for the woman who can’t seem to find ‘Mr. Right’; this book is also for anyone who cares enough about these women to help them see and understand themselves and those they are drawn too!

Sandra Brown does an excellent job of describing what red flag are, how to recognize yours, and how to learn not to ignore them. She then guides you through recognizing what works for you personally, and what does not. She teaches about boundaries, and how you can develop some of your own.

Author of How to Spot a Dangerous Man….Sandra L. Brown, M.A.

Sandra L. Brown, ImaginePublicitySandra L. Brown, M.A., CEO of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction & Public Pathology Education is a psychopathologist, program development specialist, lecturer, and an award-winning author. Her books include the award-winning Women Who Love Psychopaths: Inside the Relationships of Inevitable Harm with Psychopaths, Sociopaths & Narcissists Women Who Love Psychopaths, Sandra L. Brown, Dr. Dalal Akoury, Your Health is Wealth TV, Susan Murphy Milanoas well as How to Spot a Dangerous Man Before You Get Involved,and Counseling Victims of Violence: A Handbook for Helping Professionals.

Sandra has appeared on numerous television shows, has served as a consultant to film producers, and has been interviewed by all the top publications. Sandra’s previous work included the founding and directing of Bridgework Counseling Center, a multi-faceted mental health treatment center for Trauma Disorders, Treatment of Personality Disorders, and one of the country’s first long-term residential programs for women with Dissociative Identity Disorder. She was also a pathologist on a Woman’s Trauma Inpatient Hospital Program. She facilitated groups on PTSD and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy as well as individual treatment.

Sandra Brown is a Founding Partner of Document the Abuse, along with Rev. Neil Schori and the late Susan Murphy-Milano, and helped pioneer development of the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit as a revolutionary new tool for victims leaving an abusive relationship.

HOW TO SPOT A DANGEROUS MAN by Sandra L. Brown Goes Global!

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6 Comments

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  2. Jackie, thank you for letting us know that our post had enough impact for you to order the book. I promise you won’t be disappointed with any of Sandra Brown’s books as many others can tell you!

  3. Yes Well… many times we are preaching to the choir…when the masses need to pay attention all the more… How do we get them to listen? That is the key question…. What’s the “secret sauce” that we can put on their McD’s hamburgers?? Beats me… LOL LJ

  4. Donna, it’s funny how often one of us have left a comment on such posts and the other has already responded. It cracks me up. I was going to say something I tell others often, that this book should be required reading for both sexes along with Women Who Love Psychopaths.

    As I just read in one of Joel Rosenberg’s books tonight, “misunderstanding the nature and threat of evil is to risk being blindsided by it.” Read Sandra’s books if you don’t want to fall prey to the dark souls among us yet again.

  5. Sandra! These books should be a part of every women’s library…. especially those who think they’ve “sworn off men forever…. ” Probably not so! And… every public and college library too! I see you on the campus circuit…busy as a bee! Ladyjustice

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