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You Can Lead a Horse to Water but You Can't Make 'Em Cha Cha

Why Some People Stay in Abuse and Some Don't
Length: 5 hrs and 12 mins
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This new audiobook by Kris Godinez gives a conglomeration of case studies to illustrate what motivates and drives an abusive relationship and why some people stay and others don’t.

©2017 Kristine Anne Godinez LPC (P)2018 Kristine Anne Godinez LPC

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Fabulous

In this book Kris explains abuse in easily understandable terms. Real life examples of the abuse help to solidify and absorb the information.

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Exactly what you need to understand abusive people

This is a must-read for anyone who has survived a cluster B personality type especially after abuse or and anyone that has gone through child abuse. love the use of real case studies and how the author presents the material. Compliments the YouTube video series nicely. Very grateful for this book

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Good

Great book, but if you listen to her channel on YouTube it is essentially the same information!

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Key point don't dis the abuser to the target.

Stay a supportive friend/family as the target is abused as that is the only way you can stay in the targets life. Hopefully target will see the abuse and finally leave the abuser. You will be there to help the target(your friend/family) pick up the pieces.

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Very insightful

Enjoyed the humor, cohesiveness and insight of the book. Goes over terms that were almost unknown to me yet, when comparing it to behaviors I have seen, Male so much sense. Can't wait for the next book.

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Great insight

Great insight about abusive relationships and how the dreadful cycle is kept in play. It’s hard to see the abuse sometimes when you are in such a relationship but this book will surely open ones eyes to what and how it can happen. Excellent resource.

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Eye Opener

this information needs to be common knowledge! I love Kris's live stream Counseling talks too!

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  • 08-31-18

Love this woman!

Found this author on YouTube and haven’t stoped listening to her since. She explains everything so clearly and makes it so accessible to all, I find a lot of these type of books focus on the science only or the author and tone tend to be extremely patronising. Thank you!