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But something just didn't feel right about the way this useful information was presented.
Then it hit me -- Sandra Brown's bias is that so-called dangerous men are so fundamentally flawed that there is no point in getting involved with these men, or staying with them if you are already in a relationship, because they will never, ever stop being dangerous, or stop using you to meet their own needs.
This book is intended for "all women who have a history of bad relationships and want to regain control of their lives."It took me a while to figure out exactly what was wrong with this book.
In the United States, steps to make intimate partner abuse illegal began only in the twentieth century.
The abuser will question the victim about who the victim talks to, accuse the victim of flirting, or become jealous of time spent with others.
The abuser may call the victim frequently during the day, drop by unexpectedly, refuse to let the victim work, check the car mileage, or ask friends to watch the victim.
As a reader, you will have to make up your own mind whether you believe the man you are potentially interested in is dangerous, and worth the risks that are laid out in this book.
Dangerous men, defined as "pathological and personality disordered," are presented as eight different types, some of which may overlap in the same man.