Narcissistic Lovers: How to Cope, Recover and Move
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Narcissistic Lovers: How to Cope, Recover and Move

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by Cynthia Zayn, Kevin Dibble
     
 

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In a revealing study of relationships where partners love themselves first, last, and always, Cynthia Zayn and Kevin Dibble help readers determine whether their partner is over the line and has narcissistic personality disorder. The book draws on the authors' research and interviews with a variety of men and women who've been narcissized. Featuring compelling

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In a revealing study of relationships where partners love themselves first, last, and always, Cynthia Zayn and Kevin Dibble help readers determine whether their partner is over the line and has narcissistic personality disorder. The book draws on the authors' research and interviews with a variety of men and women who've been narcissized. Featuring compelling stories and scenarios, Narcissistic Lovers helps victims understand the pain brought on by their abusers, shows why these self-loathers can't change, and offer hope for healing from their "N-fliction."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780882822839
Publisher:
New Horizon Press
Publication date:
03/28/2007
Pages:
196
Sales rank:
207,742
Product dimensions:
5.55(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.51(d)

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Narcissistic Lovers 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book provided me with an understanding of how "relationships" with Narcissists work. I felt very liberated after reading the book, because it put the person's behavior into perspective and helped me understand how my self-esteem ended up so banged up. Most importantly, I learned that all those things the person did to me were not about me, but rather about their own self-losthing. The book is easy to read, and the scenarios are particularly helpful. I feel very hopeful now about my healing process. This book has allowed me to close the door finally on a bad experience.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have always wondered why certain people behaved in particular ways and this book helped me realize the possibility of narcissistic personality disorder. There are way too many coincidences and uncanny similarities for it not to have some possibility. This book has helped me to understand why certain things happened. I LOVED the whole 'gaslighting' chapter! What an awesome revelation! There are some typos in the book but it is so easy to understand and very informational. The authors seem to really get it and care. I highly recommend this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is an easy read and so informative! Like other books on Narcissistic Personality it informs the reader of the disorder...but it explains things on a personal level without all of the clinical explanations. It is a very eye-opening book that informs and encourages. Totally worth your money and time!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had a person in my life that was so charming yet very dangerous, This book described him to the tee.
Tommytommytom More than 1 year ago
This woman is insane! She is ac crazy teacher! She is so mean! She told this one girl that none of her friends liked her! She's nuts! She's obsessed with her ex!
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Positive: this book stresses the points that make you recognize a Narcissistic Lover and help you identify if you are in a relationship with one. Negative: it is quite succinct when it comes to recovery and strategies to move on, they are very weakly explored and pretty much the same is said over and over again. Another point that is quite confusing, is the fact the the author changes too frequently the Narcissistic' subject gender, what makes it difficult to understand who is the "N" and who is the "victimized" inside the same paragraph.
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