• Narcissism Epidemic: How to Get Revenge on a Malignant and Malicious Narcissist

  • Reversing the Mind Control, Gas-Lighting, Manipulation and More!
  • By: Jamie Keller
  • Narrated by: Pete Beretta
  • Length: 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 04-19-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: JB Snow Publishing
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (84 ratings)

Regular price: $3.95

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Publisher's Summary

It is said that there is a narcissism epidemic currently happening. The news is filled with people who harm others on a daily basis. They take advantage of others for reasons of greed, manipulation, and advancement. They are object-oriented, and they seem to treat people in the same way that they would treat an ant: cold and indifferent.

Many of my listeners are subjected to one or more narcissists on a daily basis. They write to me with many different questions revolving around dealing with the narcissist in their life. If a person is intuitive, introspective and analytical, they can become adept at dealing with narcissists in any walk of life. They can become a sort of expert in interacting with narcissists, psychopaths, and sociopaths so that they avoid ultimate harm.

A person who experiences insult and injury should advance into self-protective modes when a narcissist or sociopath is around. We are wired to scan our environment for dangers, and then to react in appropriate ways to reduce the amount of danger to ourselves. The problem is that many of us have broken sensors. We have had so much trauma and poor experiences in our lives that we stop looking for positive people and positive experiences.

We fall into a trap where we begin to settle for people who are lower on the food chain. We marry beneath us instead of striving to find a partner who is healthy, supportive, and uplifting. We don't demand more of our friends. As a society, we have become wimpy in challenging others who do not meet our expectations that we have set for ourselves. We are told to 'be nice', and thus we be nice to all the wrong people.

While we are all on high-alert for dangers, those who have been exposed on a regular basis to narcissists and psychopaths become desensitized in their ability to detect healthy and unhealthy people. If we were raised by self-absorbed parents, we don't think twice about dating a self-absorbed mate.

©2016 Jamie Keller (P)2016 Jamie Keller

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It is funny!

Good story and narrator's voice. It's just I disagree with advices. They will work for sure. But it feels like paying back evil for evil and eye for an eye. I disagree with that.

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  • Sarah
  • Seattle, WA
  • 06-19-16

not recommended

If you're having trouble with a narcissist in your life, this is not likely to help much. For instance, "move his car keys to cause confusion," and "pretend you never said it, this will make him crazy" are not techniques for getting your life back.

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Some good points. .too much game playing

The passive aggressive behavior shared in this book makes the author look childish & slightly narcissistic themselves. If you're big on playing games like a high school cheerleader. ..This is the book for you.

9 of 11 people found this review helpful

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Right on time

No better way to arm yourself, than with knowledge. helped me a whole hell lot

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Eh. Not helpful.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

?? I don't know- the narrator was fine- the content was lacking.

What was most disappointing about Jamie Keller’s story?

'Revenge' tactics are silly. Anyone dealing with a real narcissist has a real problem on their hands. Hiding their stuff and other little annoying tactics isn't really going to help anyone.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

It does explain some of the things that can cause someone to be narcissistic (but no ground breaking info). If one is listening to this book, they are sick and tired of thinking about the all of the sad reasons that their partner is narcissistic. No help for the sufferer.

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Great for victims!

So I read good and bad review before downloading the book and I understand why “normal” people would’t like this book but when you’re stuck in a cycle of narcissistic abuse this book is very useful. “Normal” people don’t understand how hopeless and devalued a victim feels while dealing with a narcissist. This book gives some great coping technics and in a way it was an eye opener for me. It says that “narcissist will say or do or fake any emotion to get what he wants”, something like that. That alone was worth the money!

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This is horrible advice.

If you follow the advice in this book it will result in an escalating war of one-upmanship with the narcissist -- which the narcissist will probably win, since they generally have more stamina for that kind of nonsense. Don't. Grey Rock them.

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This is iDangerous game to be playing

. . . . dont. do. it. play. this. game. at. your. own. risk.

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great tips<br />

tried and true....this story hit me between the eyes! Right on point...great job. Been there!

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waste of time

didn't tell us anything other than what we already know too much time spent talking about what a narcissist is returning the book

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  • Mrs N E Hankin
  • 06-05-16

Uplifting 🙂

I loved hearing the similarities between the narcissists in the book with those in my life. Good fun.