People are under a common misconception that violent behavior is restricted to physical evidence of force. This is only the tip of the iceberg. When you understand drama and conflict, it's easy to see the subtle forms of manipulation that people use on a daily basis to meet their own needs at the expense of others and most often at the expense of those they love. From the mother in the coffee shop shaming her young daughter into moving faster towards the car, to the absent and avoidant father, to the driver who loses their cool on the road, to the person incarcerated for a violent crime, violent behavior affects all of us and creates traumas that go on affecting the way we think and act. This effect is progressive. Left unchecked it will slow us down, and at its worst, it will destroy lives. Imagine a way to identify this societal disease, heal from it, create a happy, safe and prosperous life and change the lives of people you contact on a daily basis. You will find the formula to that way of life in this book.