Emotional Vampires

Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry by Albert Bernstein

Protect yourself from people who take undue advantage and suck the energy out of your life. When dealing with emotional vampires who come in the shape of spouses, lovers, relatives, and children. Dr. Bernstein shows you how to deal with each vampire type and what you need to do to keep from getting drained.

When Pleasing You Is Killing Me

When Pleasing You Is Killing Me by Les Carter

When it comes at a high emotional price for yourself? Do your attempts to resolve differences with someone leave you feeling wrung out and discouraged? Do you sense that your best traits (goodness, kindness, cooperation) somehow become a disadvantage with someone who is supposed to be a partner? This book answers these questions and more. Readers will be inspired to set their own pace in life, as opposed to letting the controller call the shots.

Everything Guide to Narcissistic Personality Disorder

The Everything Guide to Narcissistic Personality Disorder by Cynthia Lechan Goodman & Barbara Leff

Narcissistic Personality Disorder, often mistaken for a too-big ego or inflated self-esteem, is in actuality a severe psychological condition that ruins marriages, social relationships, work environments, and the sufferer’s own sense of self. Complete with an exclusive section on the epidemic of “net narcissism” due to social media, The Everything Guide to Narcissistic Personality Disorder is the complete guide to a misunderstood disorder that impacts millions everyday.

Unmasking Narcissism

Unmasking Narcissism: A Guide to Understanding the Narcissist in Your Life
by Mark Ettensohn

Unmasking Narcissism offers a fully realized, yet compassionate portrait of narcissism that will help you on your path to healing without compromising your own mental health and wellness.

Stoic Ideas to Handle Narcissism

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