When you think of Narcissism, the first image that comes to mind is a self absorbed, self-centered person who is obsessed with their appearance, their interests and their own status.
In this book the author has explained the effect this condition has on a family. She has expressed her experiences in a family setting to show the emotional challenges faced by every member of a family and how to best deal with this condition. The negative and positive side to the condition and its full impact on a family.
There have been many books written on narcissism mostly from a Psychological point of view on how to recognize one but this book helps to really understand what goes behind the scenes in a home. Understanding narcissism and dealing with narcissism at home or at work is an art.
The author hopes to make an impression to the world and help other people in this situation to overcome their fears and move forward without guilt.
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About the Book
This book is meant to be a guide, giving you an insight into narcissism. There have been many books written on narcissism, mostly from a psychological perspective. In this book, I have tried to show how to recognize it, whether you are in a relationship or about to become serious in one and the challenges you could face and whether you are game enough to stay in one. The book will also help a narcissistic person understand themselves and their effects on others, especially in a relationship. The aim of this book is to show how we can help and move forward in life with ease.
About the Author
Shabina has a degree in Biochemistry/Molecular biology, Diploma in Homeopathy and certificate in Theta healing. Her interest in finding cure for diseases and exploring the idea of Mind body connection, trying to understand her own intuitive abilities led her to explore the human mind. She has tried to understand different mental disorders and to actually research on why they occur? What is the root cause of such disorders? Why do they occur in some family members and not all? Why are we still struggling with mental disorders when we have all the resources available to us?
Shabina works on a holistic level and tries to understand purely from the core level rather than on a clinical model which in her opinion is not a cure. Raising her own 3 beautiful children using her own intuitive parenting style has given her a sense of satisfaction and an achievement.
If we knew the underlying causes wouldn’t we be able to deal with people better? Have a better life?