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Narcissists are everywhere. It is said that we are in the midst of a narcissist epidemic. Some sources claim that one in four people is a narcissist. This means that your child, parent, neighbor, coworker, friend, or partner could very well be a narcissist.

Narcissists are often not harmful when they keep to themselves. Their behavior becomes a problem when they try to interact with other people. They often don't know how to act, and thus they cause others a significant deal of pain. It is often hard to distinguish whether the narcissist is being malicious, inadvertently neglectful, or just plain self-centered in his behaviors. This causes anxiety in a person who is trying to relate to a narcissist in any way. He seems like he is a chameleon with ever-changing colors and a mood to go with each one.

©2016 J.B. Snow (P)2016 J.B. Snow

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not very useful or motivating.

this book really has no benefit or useful information. I would not read another book from this author. it was very plain and uninformative.

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Not a good book for learning how to deal with narcissists.

This book had a very different view on how to deal with a narcissist than other books I've read. I don't think the advice was very applicable if you are dealing with a true narcissist. There was some good advice on how to deal with husbands and improve your relationship in a respectful way.