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Setting Boundaries® with Difficult People
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Release Date: October 2011
Page Count: 240
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Binding: Perfectbound
ISBN: 978-0-7369-2696-6
Case Lot Quantity: 52

Setting Boundaries® with Difficult People

Six Steps to SANITY for Challenging Relationships

Continuing her popular Setting Boundaries® series, Allison Bottke offer her distinctive “Six Steps to SANITY” to readers who must deal with difficult people.

S…Stop your own negative behavior
A…Assemble a support group
N…Nip excuses in the bud
I…Implement rules and boundaries
T….Trust your instincts
Y…Yield everything to God

Whether it’s a spouse, in-law, boss, coworker, family member, neighbor, or friend, readers who have allowed others to overstep their boundaries will learn how these six steps can help them reset those boundaries and take back their life…for good.

Setting Boundaries® with Difficult People is designed to inspire, empower, and equip readers with the tools to transform lives.

Meet the author

Allison Bottke

Allison Bottke

Allison Bottke is the award-winning author of the acclaimed Setting Boundaries® series, which includes Setting Boundaries with Your Adult Children, Setting Boundaries with Your Aging Parents, Setting Boundaries with Difficult People, Setting Boundaries with Food, Setting Boundaries for Women, and The Young Women’s Guide to Setting Boundaries. She is the founder of...

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Editorial Reviews

“Whether your difficult person is a friend, relative, coworker, boss, neighbor, or just an acquaintance, Allison Bottke can help you establish those necessary boundaries to bring sanity back into your life.”
Significant Living

“If you are having trouble setting boundaries in your life, you will want to read this book. The author offers downhome advice and lots of actions steps to help you step out of your codependency and into healthy living. This book will empower you to live a better life.”

“We all have difficult people in our lives. Some may be in a close circle, such as a spouse or relative. Others may be more distant, such as a store clerk. We've all got them so we can all benefit from this book.”

“I would highly recommend this book to others!”

Setting Boundaries with Difficult People is a good book. It will give you the steps you need to maintain or find sanity when dealing with challenging relationships.”

“With gentle words and encouraging advice, this book will work as the sail on your boat as you float towards confidence and strength when communicating with difficult people.”


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Setting Boundaries with Difficult People provides excellent insight and step-by-step action for every reader. I highly recommend this book. In fact, you should probably buy at least two of them—one for yourself and one to give to someone else. It is that good.”
Terry Whalin, publisher, editor, and writer

“Allison Bottke has written a helpful and inspiring book on how to live with and manage difficult relationships at home, at work, and in our community. We all have people in our lives who challenge us, and yet God loves them as much as he loves us! So the task is to be kind, loving, grace-filled, and firm about how we wish to be treated. After reading this book you'll be well-equipped to do all of these things.”
Karen O'Connor, author of Gettin' Old Ain't for Wimps and The Upside of Downsizing

Setting Boundaries with Difficult People by Allison Bottke is an easy-to-read, encouraging book for those dealing with near-to-impossible situations and relationships in life that strain us beyond measure. Filled with heart-catching insight (you'll see yourself and your own situation here!), this helpful book brings ‘S-a-n-i-t-y’ to the situation and offers deeply spiritual and down-to-earth, practical advice for handling the tough-but-tender relationships in life. I am pleased to heartily recommend it—and any other publication by this wonderful Christian writer.”
Peggie Bohanon, Founder, Peggie's Place Ministry, PeggiesPlace.com

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