Many of us have met a person who suffers from caveman syndrome at one point in our lives. It may be the plumber, a teacher, your husband, or your boss at work. The person is often critical, grumpy, and rude toward others. The caveman is short-sighted and stuck in the past. He is a stick in the mud of epic proportions. He is chronically unhappy, and he strives to make everyone else in the world just as unhappy as he is.
A caveman may be a person who trolls the Internet and flames others just to get their reactions. He leaves terrible reviews or feedback on the works of others even when he isn't invited or asked for his opinion. He often exerts his negative opinion on others in fruitless attempts to get reactions, including love, admiration, affection, and even hatred. So long as the narcissistic caveman is being hated or loved, he is mildly amused enough to continue engaging in the world around him.
The narcissistic caveman rarely does much good in the life of others. He often stirs up trouble, elicits negative attention from others, and rains chaos down on the people whom he feels are beneath him. He lives his life being parasitic or bothersome to others. He is still a little kid inside, vying frantically for the attention of the adults and children who surround him.
You may be wondering what causes caveman syndrome, what the symptoms are, and what can be done to help the person with caveman syndrome. You might also be wondering how caveman syndrome is linked to narcissistic traits. This audiobook seeks to uncover the truths behind this mysterious condition from which many suffer, including those who are in the direct path of the person suffering from the disorder.
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