“Why Is It Always About You? : The Seven Deadly Sins of Narcissism” talks about the narcissist people. Sandy Hotchkiss is the author of this informative book. Sandy is a psychoanalyst in private practice in Southern California. She is also on the faculty of the Newport Psychoanalytic Institute. Sandy specializes in the interpersonal aspects of personality disorders and recovery from relational trauma. Why Is It Always About You? Is the first famous book on narcissism in more than a decade? She explains how to manage with egotistical people who are incapable of the fundamental give and take that helps the healthy relationship.
She describes the Seven Deadly Sins of Narcissism and their origins. After reading this book you will go through various emotions like something is comforting about having a name for a phenomenon and also about knowing that you are not the only one to observing it. This informative book is perfect for those who are forced to have relationships with Narcissists, such as co-parent. All in all, “Why Is It Always About You?” has excellent practical suggestions on how to overcome narcissist problems.
“The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook: Practical DBT Exercise for Learning Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation & … (A New Harbinger Self-Help Workbook)” is a great book for everyone who struggles with emotions. The author of this best-selling book is Matthew McKay, Jeffrey C. Wood, and Jeffery Brantley. This book shares a clear and effective approach to learning dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT). The author shows that DBT can improve your ability and tells how to handle stress.
The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook guides step-by-step for learning how to make a change in our life. The actual texts of this book are helpful to understand the purpose of DBT. But the proposals of this book is wildly unhealthy. Additionally, if someone is struggling and can’t go to therapy (yet), give them this helpful book and a pen, they can start thinking about their issues in a meaningful way. To sum it up, The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook the best book for everyone who is struggling with emotions because it has useful tools for self-improvement.
The “Bipolar Disorder: A Guide for Patients and Families (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)” is a helpful and very informative book. Francis Mark Mondimore is the author of this book. Francis Mark Mondimore is Associate Professor in Psychiatry at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He received his medical degree from Johns Hopkins and also completed his residency in Psychiatry at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He writes five other books and all of these books engage all the reader from start to end of the page. This book has a great comprehensive look at bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorder includes practical advice on how both the individual and their loved ones can deal with this illness.
Mondimore explains in detail about treatment options and gives hope for better treatment in the future. In addition, he also gives an in-depth look at the history and the science behind the diagnosis and treatment. Every chapter of this book is helpful and complete. Furthermore, Bipolar Disorder covers different topics from colloquial diagnosis to current medication, to clinical diagnosis and therapy. All in all, Bipolar Disorder is an informational book that reveals how to deal with bipolar disease.
“Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder” is a great book for practical info for folks with a loved one with Borderline Personality Disorder. Paul Mason MS and Randi Kreger are the authors of this attraction book. This book is an invaluable resource for those of us with a family member or loved one who has been diagnosed with BPD or displays BPD characteristics. It does a great job explaining the various ways that BPD can present and the traumas or beliefs that the person suffering may feel. The book describes perfectly the behaviour of the person our family is concerned about. It gives great insight into that person’s feelings and the causes of inappropriate behaviour.
Now, we as a family will try to follow some of the instructions for meeting that person’s needs. We will be more understanding of what we can be doing to earn that person’s trust and work on our own responses when she is unable to control her emotions. This book does a good job of describing the behaviour, but it’s not really about stopping walking on egg-shells. It just teaches you how to walk on eggshells better. As long as there is a person with BP in your life, you will be walking on eggshells. This just gives you more insight on how to be better prepared when things blow up on you again. When it comes right down to it, BP’s behaviour is abuse, and it’s very destructive to everyone involved. Overall a great read for a beginner who wants to know more about borderline personality and how to deal with it.
“Becoming the Narcissist’s Nightmare: How to Devalue and Discard the Narcissist While Supplying Yourself” is an awesome and empowering book, if you have a narcissist in your life, this is a great book that gives you the tools to manage that relationship. This book is amazing and extremely helpful navigating a break up from a narcissistic person. Read it if you think that you are in a relationship with such a person. Shahida does a great job of making the reader feel better and less crazy. Every page of this book is full of vital survival techniques, resources, and encouragement for anyone dealing with a narcissist. Arabi skillfully writes from the standpoint of a survivor to a place of thriving. She blends evidence-based research, with survivor stories and integrative healing concepts that are paramount for trauma recovery from the unique aftermath of narcissistic abuse.
This book will be a compass and roadmap for many as they reassemble after the rubble and construct anew a life of meaning, purpose, healing, and transformation. Shahida speaks from the heart, from science, and from spirit. She knows how to translate for survivors the path of healing, triumph, and freedom, Shahida, on creating this beautiful book so many will be helped on so many levels because of your eloquence and fortitude. Healthy thinking leads to self-care and a better life. And this book by Shahida is a fabulous resource filled with well-researched and credible solutions to finding happiness, peace of mind, and empowerment towards personal development following Narcissistic Abuse. Shahida will guide you on your healthy journey to recovery. Ending Abuse Media highly recommends this read.
Don’t You Know Who I Am: How to Stay Sane in an Era of Narcissism, Entitlement, and Incivility is a book that explains a very complex topic that permeates our daily lives. Ramani S. Durvasula is the author of this good book. Ramani is a licensed clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology at California State University. In this book, Ramani shares a thorough discussion on the subject of narcissism and its destructive impact on society and families. Narcissism is currently a very hot topic. There are so many discussions and theories about narcissism, some are meritorious, some not so much, but Ramani has written a very coherent, conscientious, comprehensive discussion of the subject.
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