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Narcissistic Personality Disorder

How to Identify, Understand and Manage Narcissism
Narrated by: Rebecca Nance
Length: 1 hr and 38 mins
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Narcissism is a topical subject. It has always been known to afflict famous personalities, movie stars, and corporate stars. The interest in narcissism has now peaked with a new high profile personality reported to be suffering from it - Donald Trump. Do you see him as a narcissist or a messiah of the American masses? Listen to this book to analyze the pros and cons of this controversial disorder.

But narcissism is much more than a disorder vexing the rich and famous. Is a narcissist powerful and ruthless person, like he is made out to be? Or is their bravado, swagger and bluster only a mask to protect their delicate personality? How do narcissists perceive themselves? How others perceive them? How do narcissists see others perceiving them? Are narcissists intentionally fooling or deceiving themselves about their larger-than-life image? If so, what purpose does it achieve? There must be some reason and method to the madness. This book comprehensively addresses this dilemma.

Modern media bombards you with messages which range from bizarre to overtly spectacular. Reality television gives you a vicarious peek into the lives of the rich and famous. The naked truth is purveyed in center-spreads of glossy tabloids. There is no escape from obsession and narcissism. You are forced to identify with one glam star or other. The cult of narcissism is within your reach and lounging just around the corner. Is it possible to escape from the clutches of narcissism?

Narcissistic Personality Disorder: How to Identify, Understand and Manage Narcissism will reveal the inner secrets of a narcissist to you.

©2017 Rina Mcnally (P)2018 Rina Mcnally

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  • Lawrence Curtiss
  • 08-08-18


Avoid this unless you are a Never Trumper or women's study. Full of over-generalizations and innuendo. Performance ok. Few facts to back up assertions. At one point admits to gleaning information from social magazines.