Why Is It Always About You?: The Seven Deadly Sins of Narcissism Paperback – Aug 7 2003
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Synopsis: Narcissism is a healthy, necessary stage twice in a person's life, during the toddler and teen years, and gives an individual an inflated sense of confidence that enables him or her to leave the security of the parental bond to explore the world with newly acquired abilities. If children receive good-enough parenting when reality deflates this bubble of omnipotence, they reach the end of their narcissistic explorations with a newly integrated sense of self and awareness of the separateness of other people. If they are traumatized or are insecure in their attachment to primary caregivers at these crucial stages, they never "graduate" from the school of narcissism, and become "toxic people," viewing others merely as extensions of themselves and therefore without separate needs and feelings. You probably encounter narcissistic people every day without understanding why they are so rude, have an unfounded sense of entitlement, poor boundaries, or seem to be more "special" than other people. Many of us have been raised in families that pass down narcissitic vulnerabilities, leaving us prey to narcissists, who are always on the lookout for people who can be manipulated into supplying external validation of their "specialness," either by annexing you and your talents to serve them or by deflating you so as to inflate themselves.Read more ›
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Very good, straightforward explanations of the behavior of people with narcissistic personality traits. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Karen K. D. Martin
This is the best book I have read to date on the topic of Narcissism. Well written, honest and aligned with reality.Published 28 days ago by Jane Erye
Interesting read. I am beginning to understand my ex husband and the dynamics of our relationship. Too bad I didn't read this book years ago!Published 4 months ago by Chantal P.
Villifying. Sandy demonstrates some good understanding of narcicism but her book lacks hope and positive strategies and generally is discouraging.Published 5 months ago by Derek Emerson
Very informative and revealing--it's frightening how many people exhibit these characteristics.Published 6 months ago by Carrie Spence
Even if you don't have to deal with this in your personal life, this is a must have for the workplace. Read morePublished 21 months ago by scari63
If you have narcissism in your family you must read this book. It raises your awareness and helps you cope with the craziness the narcissist creates! Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2014 by Amazon Customer
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