From the bestselling authors of "Dealing with People You Can't Stand" comes this follow-up volume: a humorous guide to coping with those relatives you often get thrown together with but can't stand to be around. Whether it's the sister who's a martyr, the uncle who's a complainer, the mother-in-law who's a nag, or the cousin who's a grandstander, Dr Rick and Dr Rick offer expert advice on how to deal with every kind of behaviour or situation that may arise. The book is divided into three parts. Part One - "Basic Training" - lays out the skills that are required to be successful with relatives. One section, for example, covers "The Art of the Apology". Part Two - "Types of Behaviour" - describes the types we all recognize in our families, such as the whiny brother, the manipulative stepmother and so on. Part Three - "Tough Situations" - covers how to handle any situation that might occur, such as the brother-in-law who gets drunk on every holiday, the sister-in-law who makes cutting comments at every opportunity and suchlike.