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In our fast-paced, impersonal world, we all need to love ourselves a little. We need to find some worth within us, to believe we are capable of loving and being loved. We need to know we have reasonable chances of achieving our goals and making our way through the maze of life's challenges.
But what happens when our views of ourselves become totally distorted from reality? What happens when we falsify who we are and create images that, while grand and important, have no root in reality? We become narcissists, and the line between our fantasy worlds and our real worlds blur. Left unchecked, this destructive distortion will ultimately progress to the most severe form of narcissism: narcissistic personality disorder.
But how would you know if you are a narcissist? Narcissists are basically too caught up in themselves ever to recognize or admit they suffer from narcissistic personality disorder. In his groundbreaking book entitled Are You a Narcissist?, author Larry Tate delivers the ultimate guide to determining if you suffer from narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder.
Whether you are living with someone who suffers from narcissism or whether you recognize yourself as someone sliding in that direction, this audiobook is an intriguing listen about a personality disorder that was identified generations ago but is more prevalent in our modern world than ever before.
©2015 Larry Tate (P)2015 Larry Tate
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