23 Ways to Spot a Narcissist on the First Date: Tried and True Techniques Based on Predatory Narcissistic Behaviors
- Transcend Mediocrity, Book 92
- Narrated by: Stephanie Harris
- Length: 24 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-26-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: JB Snow Publishing
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Many of these women have formed destructive trauma bonds with their narcissists. They want to get away from them, but the excitement and the puzzle of them pull them back in. The romantic cycle that the narcissists adorn them with is often so much more alluring than that of other men. The women start to become addicted to the roller-coaster rides and the narcissists' sex appeal. The women start to make excuses, trying to justify carrying on relationships even when they are difficult and trying.
Once we are able to break free from relationships with narcissists, we want to figure out healthier ways to choose our mates. Many people don't realize exactly how easy it is to spot this type of person on the first date. Many women miss the signs in their very first online chats and their correspondences with this type of man. If they would have been looking a bit closer, the signs were always there from the very first interaction that they had with the guys. If they would have been educated and knowledgeable, they would have dodged the narcissist bullet altogether.
This audiobook seeks to enlighten and educate those who are pursuing online or other forms of dating. We can look at the behaviors of those we are interested in and then determine readily if they are prospective mates who are worthy of our attention going forward. Life is much too short to pursue a relationship with a narcissist - even if he is incredibly good looking, has a great job, or is extraordinarily intelligent.
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By HighMileageFeets on 05-29-16
Snow has a great little $$ making enterprise going
What a complete rip off. Just google it. For free. These are good points, but a 25 min blurb (or less after the intro and disclaimer takes up the first few mins) of "help" at these prices is a rip off. Snow should put all these expensive little paragraphs together to make an actual book. The only point of breaking up these rather substanceless little "how to" blurbs is to generate more money. Don't waste yours, like I said, just google it.
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