Today is officially, “Dump the Jerk Day.” Seriously. Clear out the debris and deadwood. Make space for someone who treats you good so you can have a wonderful Valentine’s Day. Worse than being alone is feeling alone when someone else is taking up all the space and breathing all the air. Then you’re not only feeling alone, there’s also no space for someone good to come into your life. This is a good time to hold your dating choices under the microscope and, when appropriate, to recognize your bad choices for the jerks that they are. Then, jettison those persons from your life before Valentine’s Day comes around.
With expert, personalized coaching, you can learn:
- Seven warning signs that help you recognize sneaky, manipulative, critical, self-righteous, controlling stealth bullies and control freaks.
- How to spot a big jerk on the first date – so you won’t make the same mistake next time.
- Five reasons why people hang on to jerks way too long.
- Behaviors you may unwittingly be guilty of that draw bad relationships to you.
- What to do if you are married to a jerk and have children with him.
The bullies who yell or hit are easy to recognize, but the sneaky, manipulative, controllers who start off nice are more dangerous and more difficult to stop.
In “How to Stop Bullies in Their Tracks,” read how Brandi learned to get rid of the jerks in her life.
Even if you’re married with children, you can do it. In some ways, despite the difficulties, it’s more important because you need to set a good example for your sons and daughters. Teach them to stop abuse and bullying.