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Drama Kings: The Men Who Drive Strong Women Crazy

by Dalma Heyn

Published by Rodale

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She's terrific -- so what's she doing with HIM?

Have you ever asked yourself that question, after seeing one of your friends with a man who is making her nuts? Or perhaps it's not one of your friends you're wondering about -- but yourself?

This book, by best-selling author Dalma Heyn, explores a rising trend in today's relationships -- the coupling of accomplished, successful women with Drama Kings, less-evolved men who are either too controlling, can't connect, or won't commit. These men are attracted to strong women yet undermine their strength.

Weaving examples from history, literature, and popular culture with clinical research and the interviews she has conducted over several decades, Heyn illuminates this exploding phenomenon. She arms women of all ages with the telltale traits of these men, offering strategies to identify a drama King early, get what you need from him quickly, and dispense with him gladly.

Along with many tragicomic, all-too-familiar tales of love with Drama Kings -- every strong women who picks up this book has been there -- Heyn delivers an empowering and comforting message: Life after Drama Kings is richer than ever, as strong women continue to grow stronger, whether on their own or with less-confused men who are ready and able to love them.


pub date: 2005-11-05 | hardcover | 9781579548889