IT’S ALL ABOUT ME – Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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Articles About Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Flying back from Munich to San Diego, I came across a German Proverb, “Fear makes the wolf bigger than he is.” As I contemplated this statement, I realized we all have fears, some of which can be quite imaginative and vocal, which may color the stories we tell...
According to Ann Curzan, a dean at the University of Michigan, learning how to “Recombobulate” is the secret to tacking any challenge. Dean Curzan reflected in a much overdue (2 year Covid delayed) commencement address that over the past...
I am a fortunate woman, clinician, educator, and interventionist. I oftentimes work with people who have lives aplenty. That was not always the way, as I started out working at Allegheny Department of Public Welfare when I was 20. Now at 75, my practice caters to...
We live in a time of unprecedented, voluptuous wealth. It can be measured in all sorts of ways, such as the high school senior driving a new Mercedes Benz or a five-bedroom apartment on Park Avenue. Two of the most successful TV shows running today, Yellowstone and...
When Sam called last week, she was scared and frightened. Her beautiful 24-year-old daughter, Harriet, was raging once again, letting her know, in no uncertain terms, that she was a no good, very bad mother. Harriet said she was scared to leave her home, a beautifully...
Over the past year, I have been blessed to be able to work with many different behavioral health centers: Seasons Malibu, Milestones Malibu, Pointe Malibu, JFlowers Health Institute, A Mission for Michael, Cirque Lodge, Sabino Recovery, Futures, Balance, Life Sync,...
Those of you who work in the behavioral health care field know that when a person decides to go to treatment, whether by invitation or by other circumstances, there is usually a big gulp and an essential fear of going (i.e. a "fear of flying") about actually entering...
Feel as though you are always walking on eggshells around your loved one, not knowing whether you will be greeted by a two-headed monster or their sweet side? Tips to navigate personality disorders.
Our team helps families whose loved one’s experience both substance abuse and display signs of psychosis. Learn what some of the early warning signs are.
For additional resources on the topic, be sure to check out these books:
Rokelle Lerner- The Object of My Affection Is In My Reflection, 2009 Health Communications Inc (available on Amazon)
Wendy Terry Behary LCSW, Disarming The Narcissist (second Edition ) New Harbinger Publications , Inc 2013
Sandy Hotchkiss LCSW Why Is It Always About You ? The Seven Deadly Sins of Narcissisn 2002
Elizabeth R Berown, Living Successfully With Screwed Up People ,2010 Revel a divison of the Baker Group . Michigan
Jean Twenge and Keith W Campell – The Narcissim Epidemic: Living in the Age of Entitlement 2009 Free Press a Division of Simon and Schuster
Paul Mason and Randi Kruger-Stop Walking On Eggshells , 2010 New Harbinger Press
Dr. Craig Malkin, Rethinking Narcissism , 2015 Harper Wave
Kim Saeed How To do No Contact Like A Boss!2015 Smashwords
Drew Keys Narcissists Exposed –75 Things Narcissists Don’t Want You To Know 2012 Lighthouse
Elizabeth Brown, Living Successfully with Screwed –Up People,1999 Revell Publishing
Kerry Patterson, Crucial Conversation Tools for Talking When Stakes are High ,2012 MCGRAW HILL