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Do you have someone in your life that knows more and knows better? Do the rules apply to everyone else, but not them? Do they think they are special and more important than everyone else? Do they take your concerns as criticism? They can be critical of others, but they hate to be criticized in any way? Are they entitled? Are they arrogant and lack empathy? When things go wrong, do they always blame you or someone else? Do they blame other people when they are angry, upset, or act inappropriately? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you may be dealing with a narcissist.
Learn how to get the upper hand!
The causes of narcissism
How to identify a narcissist
Common traits and characteristics
Treatment and management for narcissistic personality disorder
Five things to avoid when dealing with a narcissist
Learn how to get the upper hand much more!
Learn the seven steps to break free from a narcissist! Don't be a victim to the narcissistic person in your life any longer. Learn how to get the upper hand. You deserve it!
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By Caci Ros on 12-22-16
If you could sum up Personality Disorders: Narcissism in three words, what would they be?
Narcissism occurs on a continuum of severity from healthy narcissism to malignant or psychopathic, it is not just another term for egocentric behavior, it is a significant personality disorder. This book is very informative, recommended to all readers.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By Zozi Jak on 12-23-16
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Understanding is the best way on how to organized the personality disorder and this book shared some tips about for narcissism, tricks and techniques to help them modify their behavior are included.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By Sally Bird on 08-22-17
Calm and confirming
Overall, this concise book succeeds in calmly depicting how a partner may experience their relationship with a narcissist. Insights into the nature of the narcissist's insecurity and the variety of how this can be manifested confirm what perplexing suspicions a partner may be evolving.
My rating of 4 out of 5 stars is my personal response to appreciating the wisdom of good advice to leave your narcissist partner once damage to oneself is evident, but in a longterm relationship that be left, my experience is that the degree of requirement for Time-Out for refilling ones own reservoir of goodwill and generosity cannot be met only by the excellent advice here: to survive, I need affirmation and support from outside the relationship , from professionals, as family and friends can become as disconcerted as I am by the apparent contradictions .
To survive and continue with a relationship with a narcissist, perhaps the addition of Retreat, and/ or Treatment is advisable for the partner.