• Narcissism Recovery

  • Guide for Emotional Abuse and Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Torture the Narcissistic and Beat the Narcissism in Lovers, Siblings, Mothers and Fathers in Life and Relationship.
  • By: Brandon Grey
  • Narrated by: Cliff Weldon
  • Length: 3 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A position of control when dealing with narcissists.

Dealing with a narcissist can feel lonely....like you are isolated from others.

It may feel like you are walking on eggshells in the hope of not making your partner mad. 

And no matter how hard you try, you are always the one to blame and it is impossible for you to every meet the impossible standards of the narcissist.

At some point, the victim will hopefully realize what is going on with this relationship, although it can take some time, and then they are going to be ready to leave. But leaving the relationship is not always as easy as it seems.

The narcissist did a lot of work to gain the control that they do have, and they are not going to be that fond of the idea of having to let it go in order to let the target fee better.

If you are going through the idea of a narcissistic abuse breakup, then there are a lot of emotions going through your mind.

And you will find that it is really hard to fight off some of the emotions and feelings that you have, even if you know that this is going to be really the best thing for you.

This guidebook is going to spend some time talking about the steps that the target is able to take to finally recover from this kind of abuse, and gain their old life back. Some of the topics in this guidebook will include:

  • How to understand what a narcissist is.
  • What is narcissistic abuse.
  • Are there different types of narcissists
  • How do handle some of the things that come up with narcissistic abuse.
  • The different stages that you will need to go through when it is time to recover from narcissistic abuse.
  • The road that the target is going to take when they try to recover.
  • Why the target is going to have a hard time recovering from the abuse they had at the hands of the narcissist.
  • What are some strategies that the target is able to use to help themselves move on from the problem.
  • How to make sure that you never fall into the trap of narcissism again.
  • How to pick out a therapist to work with, someone who is able to help you walk through this process, and will ensure that you start to regain your old life back
  • The importance of having a support group to always be there for you.

Dealing with a relationship that has a narcissist is always going to be a difficult thing.

It would be nice if we were able to just turn it off, forget about our feelings and emotions tied to that person, and move on with your life.

But when it comes to narcissism, this just isn’t a reality.

When you are trying to leave a narcissistic relationship and you are ready to figure out the right steps that will help you to get on track, make sure to check out this guidebook to help you get started.

If all of this sounds like your ideal audiobook, then get it today!

©2019 Brandon Grey (P)2019 Brandon Grey

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The Practical Guide To Control Emotion

I just finished reading this book and it helped me understand narcissism a lot better. This book helped me understand what is narcissism and what's not. There's a lot of trash about narcissism on the internet these days, everyone calling each other narc. Raised by a narcissist father that I have no contact with right now, I was always so confused about how to act. I've always known as a confident person myself but something just wasn't right.

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Beginners Guide For Control Emotion

During my hunt for books about narcissism, in which the author doesn't demonize every narcissist, I found this one. It was exactly what I was searching for, because I needed a book that would tell me not to give up on every narcissist (or echoist) I meet.

To start from scratch: It begins with the myth of Narcissus and Echo, followed by a short history of narcissism in psychology and some misconceptions we all have, because of demonization and wild stories about narcissism epidemics.

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The Step by Step Guide To Emotional Abuse

How narcissism is more of a human characteristic, sometimes a virtue, many others a vice, than the vilified personality trait that common knowledge and pop culture leads us to believe. The cases used throughout the book are eerily relatable most of the time, and with Malkin's advice and non-technical writing, one can always find something to learn and apply to one's own life. Ultimately, reading this book leaves one with a better understanding of others and the drives within.

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The Essential Guide To Control Emotion

All in all, I found this book very helpful and informative. I learnt a lot about myself and why certain people do what they do. It appears however, according to Dr Craig that everyone has a a bit of a narcissus within them and the level we exhibit depends on our environments and how we were nurtured as children.

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Heart-warming Stories Of Lovers

Dr. Craig explores the meaning of narcissism, starting with the story of Narcissus and delving into different stories (mostly about his clients and friends) and past theories of how narcissistic people behave, providing tips on how to spot, react and treat narcissistic people (within office environments, at home when raising kids, amongst friends and couples). He also discusses about different types of narcissism and explains in details how to avoid the extreme side which is dangerous.

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Why It’s Absolutely Okay To Emotional Abuse

This was such an informative read. There are so many misconceptions about narcissism and narcissist. People hastily label anyone who acts selfishly or has adverse emotions as narcissist. But as Malkin aptly describes, narcissism lives on a sliding scale and not all narcissism is bad. Furthermore, few people truly have narcissistic personality disorder (what myself and I am sure plenty others think of when we accuse someone of being or hear of someone being narcissistic). Malkin also looks at the root of what causes people to act narcissistically and how we (either as the giver or receiver of such acts) can combat this.

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When You Feel Personality Disorder

This is one of the best psychology books I've read. The author, who has over 20 years of experience in psychology (much of it researching and counseling narcissist), does a remarkable job explaining narcissism and it's many factions. He talks of the narcissist scale and the different types of narcissism. He gives great suggestions on how to deal with someone who exhibits narcissistic traits as well as how to stop yourself from sliding toward unhealthy narcissism.

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Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make

For me, this was such an informative read. There are so many misconceptions about narcissism and narcissist. People hastily label anyone who acts selfishly or has adverse emotions as narcissist. But as Malkin aptly describes, narcissism lives on a sliding scale and not all narcissism is bad. Furthermore, few people truly have narcissistic personality disorder (what myself and I am sure plenty others think of when we accuse someone of being or hear of someone being narcissistic). Malkin also looks at the root of what causes people to act narcissistically and how we (either as the giver or receiver of such acts) can combat this.

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Questions You Should Ask Before Love

This is one of the best psychology books I've read. The author, who has over 20 years of experience in psychology (much of it researching and counseling narcissist), does a remarkable job explaining narcissism and it's many factions. He talks of the narcissist scale and the different types of narcissism. He gives great suggestions on how to deal with someone who exhibits narcissistic traits as well as how to stop yourself from sliding toward unhealthy narcissism.

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Things You Should Never Do

I also object to his use of "introverted narcissists." He says that these people "shy away from, and even seem panicked by, people and attention." (Pg 34). By definition, introverts are not necessarily shy and do not necessarily panic around people and attention. Some certainly do, but introversion is about where you get your energy (introverts prefer smaller, one on one types of interaction whereas extroverts like bigger groups and get their energy from interacting with people). While I can agree with some of the other terms the author uses, "covert" or "hypersensitive," I don't think I can agree with his term of "introverted narcissists." Which is NOT to say introverts cannot be narcissists, because they certainly can be.