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Susan Forward
Susan Forward, PhD is the author of the #1 New York Times best sellers "Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them" and "Toxic Parents" as well as numerous other books including "Obsessive Love," "Money Demons," "Emotional Blackmail," "When Your Lover Is a Liar," "Toxic In-Laws" and "Betrayal... show more



Susan Forward, PhD is the author of the #1 New York Times best sellers "Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them" and "Toxic Parents" as well as numerous other books including "Obsessive Love," "Money Demons," "Emotional Blackmail," "When Your Lover Is a Liar," "Toxic In-Laws" and "Betrayal of Innocence." Her newest book, "Mothers Who Can't Love," launches nationally on October 1, 2013.In addition to her success as an author her, Susan is one of the nation's leading psychotherapists, a dynamic lecturer and highly sought after talk-show guest including having hosted her own ABC Talk Radio show for six years. In addition to her private practice, she has served as a therapist, instructor and consultant for many Southern California psychiatric and medical facilities.Through her books, therapy practice, lectures and media appearances, Susan's groundbreaking work has opened up exciting new worlds of confidence, inner strength and emotional independence for countless women and men.To learn more about Susan, please visit her website at www.SusanForward.com or like her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SusanForwardPhD

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Misericordia
Misericordia rated it 4 years ago
Healing and insightful but painful to read. Life's a bitch, I guess. No matter what you do, you'll still be on the wrong side, in the wrong life and in therapy.
A Plant Nerd Reads
A Plant Nerd Reads rated it 4 years ago
This book helped reinforce my feelings that that cutting contact with my abusive parents (one of three options after confrontation), and not forgiving since they aren't sorry/refuse to change/continue abuse, truly was the best and healthiest decision for me. It's hard to feel that way sometimes, whe...
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