Should I Stay or Should I Go?

  • by Ramani Durvasula PhD
  • Narrated by Ramani Durvasula PhD
  • 10 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Do you feel like you are talking and talking, and your partner is never listening?
Do you feel like you keep saying the same thing over and over again?
Does your partner make promises, only to break or betray your trust repeatedly?
Is your partner controlling or just plain mean?
Have you read every relationship book out there, practiced your communication skills, and still feel unheard or neglected?
Are you done with second chances?
Should you stay or should you go?
We live in a world of romance and rescue - where everyone believes love will conquer all, and the more we put up with, the more loving we are being. It doesn't work that way. Sometimes we choose mean people, and before long we are in so deep, we don't know whether we are coming or going. One day you want to fight harder, and the next day you are ready to pack it in, and the next day you want to fight harder.
Should I Stay or Should I Go? is a survival manual, a guidebook, and a shot of reality. Some people will never change, and kissing frogs is the stuff of fairy tales, not real life. The Beast never turns out to be a nice guy (or gal). This is a book that breaks down what mean people do to us, how they do it, and what we can do to survive.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

It's not so black and white

Would you try another book from Ramani Durvasula PhD and/or Ramani Durvasula PhD?

Maybe... depending on the topic.

Would you recommend Should I Stay or Should I Go? to your friends? Why or why not?

No, I did not find this content to be helpful. Rarely are situations as "black and white" as they are portrayed in this book.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

The narrator was fine.

Was Should I Stay or Should I Go? worth the listening time?


Any additional comments?

Not a worthy read if you are truly attempting to understand narcissism.

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- lauren murray

Good content, poor narration

Authors should not always read their own books for audiobook and if they do, should always use professional equipment.

The book is excellent in terms of the content but the poor audio and self-narration make it difficult to listen to. Still worth it but, yikes.
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- Jesse

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-25-2015
  • Publisher: Post Hill Press