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Uptight and in Your Face: Coping with an Anxious Boss, Parent, Spouse, or Lover

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It is often stated that communication is the most important aspect of creating an effective relationship or achieving goals when working with another individual or within a team. But how does one communicate with someone who is too intense, anxious, or self-absorbed to hear anything you're trying to say?

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Hardcover, 179 pages
Published November 2nd 2010 by Praeger (first published January 1st 2010)
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Don't let the book's cartoonish cover dissuade you from picking up this book. Nina W. Brown's content is excellent.
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Useful, though nothing too new or surprising. A good book to pick up if you feel stuck working (or living) with a difficult personality.
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Nina W. Brown, Ed.D., LPC, is professor and eminent scholar in the Educational Leadership and Counseling Department at Old Dominion University. An expert on narcissism's effects on relationships, she is the author of ten books, including Children of the Self-Absorbed, Working with the Self-Absorbed and Whose Life is it Anyway?
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