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Narcissist: How to Handle a Narcissist and 10 Steps to Heal from Narcissistic Abuse

Written by: Rina Mcnally
Narrated by: Janelle Bigham
Length: 2 hrs and 27 mins

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How to Handle a Narcissist and 10 Steps to Heal From Narcissistic Abuse

What is narcissism? The word has traditionally been associated with a harmless love for one’s self, very rarely being used to describe a destructive abuse mechanism. When mainstream society thinks of narcissism, I get the feeling it’s not looked at with disdain, but rather as an off-the-cuff petty character trait. How wrong could it be? The world we live in has become narcissistic. Driven by materialism and superficial goals, no longer does humanity wish to work in communities, but rather to bring people down - society judges people by what car they drive, what job they have, how much money they make, what clothes they wear, what their face looks like, what their voice sounds like, what shoes they wear, what phone they have, what area of town they live in. The list goes on and on. 

A narcissist will judge all of these things. They are too shallow to consider anything else. They don’t want to work as a team; they are driven by jealousy and seek vengeance on anyone happy with their lives. If you always put limits on everything you do, physically or anything else, it will spread into your work and life. There are only plateaus and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them. You can be whatever you want to be in life. Your success starts from your mind. Always try to be positive about yourself, never limit yourself. Everything is possible to those that believe, have faith in yourself. Our limitations start from your heart; so keep it positive. This book will be devoted to providing a very detailed look at how to acquire a life free from the narcissistic mindset as well as offering an advanced education on how to successfully recover from it.

©2018 Rina Mcnally (P)2018 Rina Mcnally

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  • Keniece Nairn
  • 2018-06-15

Excellent

I loved the book. It was very informative and I feel hopeful about overcoming my situation. I have been trying to figure out why my soon to be ex husband did things without remorse to someone he claimed to love. Now I realize that he has NPD and I can better deal will him.

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  • Abi
  • 2018-05-10

Brilliant book..

This book makes it very clear as to how to deal not only with people who one might think are narcissistic, but to understanding if they really are. It is makes one also delve deeper into your own being and to understand yourself and how you say things and act towards others.The author gives a concise understanding of everyday narcissism and ties that in with the cultural phenomenon of celebrity worship. Very informative listen. The writing style is great for the layman and gets to the point. If you are needing information on this subject, this is a must to have. I had trouble putting it down until I finished it! A must listen for everybody.

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  • Sacramento perry's
  • 2019-02-08

straight forward book. look out narissists

loved it. couldn't put it down. very helpful. clean break. no contact. loved has lighting and ghosting