• Hospital Bullies in the Philippine Clerkship and Residency Training Vol. 2
  • ERWIN L. MANZANO, M.D.

    • Hardbound (₱2103.15)
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    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1803-9
    • No. of Pages: 661
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2022




    • Description:

      The author wishes to extend his sincere thanks to the readers who have the desire to read and own Volume 2. Manzano’s treatise on bullying is a means of asserting one’s rights against abusive intellectuals. Volume 2 introduces the scientific way of discerning the bullies through the basic principles of psychology. Interested readers need not be expert psychologists to discern the offensive and difficult people. Ordinary people who possess the gift of discernment has the capacity to assess a person’s countenance through inference and intuition. A layman with discernment can precisely judge a person’s gestures, speech, interpersonal relationships, and ideations whether they are exemplary or detestable. With such gift, he has already the basics of psychology in his mind.






    • Hospital Bullies in the Philippine Clerkship and Residency Training Vol. 2
    • by:  ERWIN L. MANZANO, M.D.
    • SKU: YHOSPB22C
      • or 3 payments of ₱701 with     
      • ISBN
        978-621-02-1803-9
      •     
      • Page length
        661 pages
      •     
      • Dimension
        6 x 9 inches
      •     
      • Edition
        2022
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    Description:


    The author wishes to extend his sincere thanks to the readers who have the desire to read and own Volume 2. Manzano’s treatise on bullying is a means of asserting one’s rights against abusive intellectuals. Volume 2 introduces the scientific way of discerning the bullies through the basic principles of psychology. Interested readers need not be expert psychologists to discern the offensive and difficult people. Ordinary people who possess the gift of discernment has the capacity to assess a person’s countenance through inference and intuition. A layman with discernment can precisely judge a person’s gestures, speech, interpersonal relationships, and ideations whether they are exemplary or detestable. With such gift, he has already the basics of psychology in his mind.