On January 25, 2008, the Denver Business Journal reviewed "How to Stop Bullies in Their Tracks." Here's what they said in "Ben's book on bullying tells how to stop them." "Ben Leichtling, who writes the monthly 'The Human Element' column for the Denver Business Journal, has published 'How to Stop Bullies in Their Tracks' (www.BulliesBeGone.com, $19.95). He describes the book as '20 case studies of people who succeeded against controllers, critics, manipulators, emotional intimidators and self-bullying,' and it's a companion book to his earlier tome, 'Bullies Below the Radar.'
The book is loaded with real-life examples - including some from the workplace.
Since 1985, Leichtling has been a consultant, psychotherapist and life coach-advisor."
I'd add only that people are catching on to my tips because I get lots of comments like: That's why I could never make it work with my ex-wife or that's why I always lose my self-confidence when I'm with my boss or now I know what to do with my control-freak sister or I've stopped my hostile, manipulative teen.