Why do good people stay in bad situations? Too many of us, says Jack Barranger, remain in dead-end jobs and relationships too long, and for the wrong reasons. Knowing When to Quit is a refreshing look at “the staying syndrome” – and how to get over it. Knowing When to Quit will guide you through: • a systematic analysis of your own feelings about your job or relationship. • a hard look at your social environment, including the possibilities for hurting others if you quit. • an examination of the [often irrational] reasons people stay in bad situations. • a debunking of the myths – such as “Winners Never Quit” – which keep good people stuck in place. • a scoring system – the Knowing When to Quit Index – which can make your quit/stay decision much easier. If you’ve been dissatisfied with your job, or uncertain where your relationship is headed, you’ll find Knowing When to Quit a helpful guide to decision-making. It may provide the help you need to get back on track.Paperback, ISBN 9781585091386 5.5 x 8.5, 200 pp.