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Red Flags – How to Spot Frenemies, Underminers, and Toxic People in Your Life

Thomas Bellflower June 26, 2015

 

Reviewed by Gary Roen

Red flags are things many of us overlook in different aspects of our lives.  Wendy L. Patrick tackles the issue in her new book “Red Flags How to Spot Frenemies, Underminers and Toxic People in Your Life.”  As a district attorney she tells stories of the criminal justice system to convey warnings of things for people to look for in their personal and business relationships.  She recommends to  be alert to what someone  is asking or telling what they like about you, be careful what you put on social media because it could come back to haunt you,  tune into what a person tells about themselves, and be more careful in who you deal with in life.  One of the most interesting things was how Patrick misread a man she was prosecuting when she encountered him on an elevator before entering the courtroom for the first time.  There are many different types of warnings to readers that should be learned and used to not get taken by the many vultures in business and personal relationships.

Red Flags How to Spot Frenemies, Underminers, and Toxic People in Your Life

by Wendy L. Patrick, Ph. D.

St Martin’s Press

175 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY  10010

www.stmartins.com

9781250052926, $25.99,

 www.amazon.com

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