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Enough about You: The Narcissist's 7-Step, 1-Minute Survival Guide to Sacred Spirituality, a Self-Empowered Career, and Highly Effective [Paperback]

Mimi E. Gotist
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May 1 2003
The Complete
Narcissist's Guide

Mimi E. Gotist delivers a gift for our times: practical, simple guidance to help you cope with the self-loving people in your life-while nurturing your own inner narcissist.

At once utterly self-absorbed, and charmingly aware of it, Gotist offers advice on:

  • Dating: You're not looking for the person you want to marry -- you're looking for the person you want to change
  • Career: Don't work -- work it
  • Spirituality: Me Here Now
  • Personal Growth: You can't help anyone who won't help you

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    “Talk about your raging ego... Mimi E. Gotist is living validation of my work.” (S. Freud)

    “Thanks to Mimi E. Gotist, history will finally understand me.” (N. Bonaparte)

    “At long last, narcissists will get the recognition they deserve.” (Dr. Bryce Carter, actual living psychotherapist)

    “What do they mean, disorder?” (Mimi E. Gotist)

    About the Author

    Mimi E. Gotist is the nom de plume of an incredibly gifted, dead-serious, best-selling author.She hopes (and deserves) to divide her time between Hollywood, various Ritz-Carltons, and her cosmetic surgeon's office.


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    1.You don't deserve this: your girlfriend got a girlfriend, your boss keeps leaving the want ads on your desk, and your pedicurist move to an ashram in India. Read the first page
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Enough About Ewe May 17 2003
    Format:Paperback
    Mimi E. Gotist has nailed the self-help, self-empowered, spiritual, survival, highly-effective, Martha-Stewart-Living, bologna soup for the soul genre. Starting with the front cover, (by "uncritically self-acclaimed author), moving to the dedication, ("To me, me and only Mimi), throughout the "Seven-Steps", all the way to the "Begrudging Acknowledgements" and the
    typeface ("Narcissus Boldfacias"), Mimi never stops. Mix yourself a generous mimitini (three ounces iced Grey Goose vodka, six citrus-stuffed olives on the side, to minimize vodka displacement), grab your biggest diamond-encrusted mirror, lie down in front of your oversized Aspen fireplace and let Mimi show you how to deal with all those self-loving people in your life, including, guess who? YOU!
    Don't forget to check out her website...and buy yourself a pair of ENOUGH ABOUT EWE (tm) Sheepish Slippers. "Crafted from fleece made from recycled low-fat soymilk bottles, for a look and feel that's so lifelike only Ewe will know the difference."...
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    5.0 out of 5 stars I laughed a little too hard....... June 11 2003
    By A Customer
    Format:Paperback
    I got this as a birthday gift, from my sister no less. At first I was insulted, and then I started reading and couldn't stop laughing. This is a great send-up of the self-help, I'm-OK-you're-OK genre that says all we have to do is acknowledge our fear of failure, selfish behavior, and loathing of humanity and then miraculously everything will be OK.
    While Mimi's discourses on "The Tyranny of Sharing" and "How to Avoid Socially Conscious Religions" are funny - there's also some truth to it all. It's as if she climbed into my brain and interviewed the mean, selfish other twin (I'm a Gemini) who seldom shows his public face. For anyone who's lived through all the self-help trends from EST to Marianne Williamson to Dianetics, this is a hysterical book.
    A fabulous gift for the narcissist - or self-help junkie - in your life.
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    5.0 out of 5 stars The Best !! (But perhaps not for YOU....) May 17 2003
    By A Customer
    Format:Paperback
    Howling-out-loud-funny (and a bit too much identification....) on the ways, dreams and aspirations of the Fabulous Narcissists!! This book is not, of course, for the masses (OP/Ordinary Person as Me-Me calls THEM), only for the Select Few (as IIIII call them!!)
    If you're Good Enough and can Understand put this one in your Personal Organizer(or have one of your Staff)rush out to get it ASAP!!!
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Alarmingly Funny June 3 2003
    Format:Paperback
    I was a little alarmed when this book was sent to me as an anonymous gift. With trepidation, I started reading it -- and laughed so hard I forgot to be alarmed. I was then alarmed all over again when I realized how much I identified with Ms. Gotist. So much so that I've now started reading the book again. Highly enjoyable!
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious May 16 2003
    By A Customer
    Format:Paperback
    My friend gave me this for a BDAY gift and I immediately fell off my chair laughing. Enough About You is one of those laugh out loud books -- almost every page has a funny joke. It was a great gift.
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