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review How to Hug a Porcupine: Dealing With Toxic Difficult to Love Personalities 103 â Dealing With Toxic Difficult to Love Personalities Ic Difficult to. This book was one series of amazing revelations after another about how toxic personalities in my life those constantly negative people who drain all patience and happiness out of me don't have to be given that power This book teaches proper ways of dealing with people who refuse to be satisfied and how to keep from pinning your own happiness and self worth on their skewed view of the world A life saver

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How to Hug a Porcupine Dealing With Toxic Difficult to Love PersonalitiesLove Personaliti. This book just got better and better as I read it I especially liked the end So many good ideas and tips not just for dealing with 'porcupines' but in trying to become your best self