Description : Too many of us have invested ourselves into relationships that left us deeply wounded. We've been abandoned or taken advantage of, and left with little to show for what we've given. We've lost our sense of security and personal value in the process. And what's worse, we tend to either repeat the same mistakes of judgment over and over . . . Or else lock the doors of our hearts entirely and throw away the key. Why do we choose the wrong people to get involved with? Is it possible to change? And if so, where does one begin? Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend offer solid guidance for making safe choices in relationships, from friendships to romance. They help identify the nurturing people we all need in our lives, as well as ones we need to learn to avoid. Safe People will help you to recognize 20 traits of relationally untrustworthy people. Discover what makes some people relationally safe, and how to avoid unhealthy entanglements. You'll learn about things within yourself that jeopardize your relational security. And you'll find out what to do and what not to do to develop a balanced, healthy approach to relationships.
Description : People Who Keep You Safe discusses the people whose job it is to make sure that we are safe. Some of the people included in this book include a police officer, firefighter, and doctor.
Description : This book provides safety leaders with information they can use to reduce workplace injuries by addressing the five integral components of workplace safety: Systems/Conditions, Leadership, Behaviors, People-Factors, and Communication. Utilizing the Behavior Based Safety model, it gives the safety manager all the tools needed to improve workplace safety. The text is complemented by numerous charts and tables, a checklist for improving safety performance, and a foreword by world-renowned safety leader E. Scott Geller.
Description : Safe Medicine for Sober People by Jeffrey Weisberg, M.D., is a guide for the millions of people in recovery from addiction---and their medical providers---on which medicines are safe to take, from a sober viewpoint, and which are risky. Very specific medications are singled out according to their potential for triggering relapse.
Description : Perceived safety is a major factor in a city's attractiveness and fear of crime can have a large impact on location decisions, with ensuing economic consequences. This book examines the role of security in urban development and its local policy implications. Comparing eleven European cities, it analyses how actual and perceived security is evolving, and what the economic, social and spatial consequences are of a changing perceived security.