Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Survivng Toxic In-Laws by Miriam Davids
SURVIVING TOXIC IN-LAWS:
THE BIG BULLIES
Ever wonder why most people around the world do not get along with their in-laws? Is it all about the adage that has been in existence for ages – “When you marry someone, you do not marry the individual. Instead, you marry the person’s entire family?" If so, should this give some in-laws the right to be cruel and nasty to new members of the family?
This book introduces readers to simple ways they can recognize, handle and survive toxic in-laws while protecting their marriage.
Surviving Toxic In-Laws is a couple’s guide to building and creating a more united front as a couple. Written for all couples, married or not, that desire to uproot any ounce of toxicity sprouting from their in-laws. Written for couples currently under the wrath of toxic in-laws and are eager to acquire ways on how to cope with toxic in-laws; gain tips on how to counter their toxic in-laws’ evil actions with wits about them, especially if they want their marriage to survive against all the odds. This book gives readers:
-Practical insights on how to deal with the toxic parent in laws.
-Everyday steps for handling overt controllers, manipulators, and narcissists
-Tips to tackle different issues.
About the Author:
Miriam Davids is a former journalist and now a creative entrepreneur. She is the Author of Surviving Toxic In-Laws: The Big Bullies, as well as Toxic: Don't Let In-Laws Ruin Your Marriage. She has an MPA from the University of Alaska, Anchorage.
Category: Extended Family, Parenting and Relationships, Marriage and Long-Term Relationships