Dealing with a Difficult Person or Situation with No End in Sight?
It Takes Unique Understanding and Experience to Solve Problems Created by Today’s Difficult People
Extraordinarily frustrating people and situations call for extra-ordinary approaches and solutions. If a problem person (a user, abuser, manipulator or just an a**hole) is causing you sleepless nights, and nothing you’ve tried has helped (and may even have made things worse), then contact Steven for an entirely new approach in conflict resolution.
Steven can help you with problems involving:
- Divorce & Custody
- Real Estate, Construction, HOA & Neighborhoods
- Business & Partnership
- Emotional Predators, Narcissists, Sociopaths and other unpleasant types
How can we help you?
(Due to COVID-19, online conference and phone appointments are available.)
“Seventeen years. Four “super duper” therapists in New York and San Francisco. Nothing really changed. Until I worked with you in little old Boulder, I didn’t know what it was to transform myself and my relationships. I guess there’s no way to know the real deal until you’ve done it. I’m so glad I decided to try one last time with you. The time and money was the best investment I’ve ever made.”— I.P.
Protecting Yourself from Emotional Predators: Neutralize the Users, Abusers and Manipulators Hidden Among Us
Steven Wolhandler, JD, MA, LPC knows how abusive and manipulative people prey on the emotions of good people – and how good people can protect themselves. He offers a radically different view of these Emotional Predators and provides practical effective solutions. For Emotional Predators, life is a strategy game to dominate and control, and you are either a player to be defeated or a game piece to be used. Without empathy or remorse, they’ll ruin your life, and traditional approaches will make things worse. You’ll learn 5 essential steps for protecting yourself, valuable guidance for safe relationships and over 30 specific defensive tactics for:
- Distinguishing romance from intimacy
- Restoring your self-esteem
- Removing your emotional triggers
- Using gratitude and humor
- Playing their games better than they do – without becoming like them
- Screening professionals to be sure they can help
- Regaining control in family court
- Breaking an addiction to an Emotional Predator
- Re-balancing power in your favor
- Adjusting beliefs that keep you trapped
- Responding strategically, instead of reacting emotionally.