The Hijackal Trap ™: Loving Someone Who SHOVES You Away Yet DEMANDS That You Stay gives you what you need to recognize, respond to and recover from high conflict relationships.
Whether you are loving, living or working with a chronically difficult person, you’re in the right place to get the insightful help you need. The Hijackal Trap gives you insights, skills, and strategies that will make a positive difference in your relationship with yourself and others.
After reading this guide, you will know:
- Where the Hijackals are lurking
- How to identify them
- Why you are attracted to them
- Why they are attracted to you
- How to respond to their blame, shame and control tactics
- Steps you can take to manage and minimize unnecessary conflict
- How to leave a Hijackal and why it takes special powers
- Why getting help is a great choice
This is information that can help you now!
Hijackal behavior is chronically difficult behavior. When I wrote this book, I coined the term, “Hijackals,” and I define them as “people who hijack a relationship for their own purposes while scavenging for power, status, and control.”
Does that sound like someone you know? Someone you love? Someone you live with? Someone you work with?
If so, you need insights that will lead to understanding, skills that will help you be confident, and strategies that will lead you to decide the next best steps for your relationship…and for yourself.
The Hijackal Trap™: Loving Someone Who SHOVES You Away Yet DEMANDS That You Stay in the full edition covers recognizing, responding to, and recovering from living with, loving or leaving a chronically difficult person. The Passive-Aggressive Edition offers the overview of Hijackals and speaks mainly about recognizing and managing passive-aggressive behaviors effectively.
If you need help right now and reading a book is not immediate enough, you can schedule a free half-hour Relationship consultation with Dr. Rhoberta Shaler HERE.