Narcissistic Abuse MP3 Platinum Series Lesson Five
Why Are Narcissists So Abusive?
Written and Narrated By Narcissistic Abuse Expert Randi Fine
Narcissistic Abuse MP3 Platinum Series Lesson Five – Why Are Narcissists So Abusive?
Personality disorders are extreme manifestations of common behaviors that significantly impair a person’s ability to behaviorally respond to life in an acceptable way, and create difficulty in the person’s interactions with others. They are sets of chronic, inflexible personality traits, or patterns of deviant or abnormal behavior that those who have them will not change, even when those behaviors trouble every one around them and negatively impact all their relationships.
Those with NPD look like us, walk like us, and talk like us–but they are NOTHING like us. In Lesson Five, Narcissistic Abuse Expert Randi Fine dives deeply into all the traits and characteristics of narcissists to explain why they are so hurtful, abusive, and destructive to those that care about them.
Randi Fine, writer and narrator of this powerful educational series, is a narcissistic abuse expert. She is the author of the groundbreaking book Close Encounters of the Worst Kind: The Narcissistic Abuse Survivor’s Guide to Healing, the most comprehensive, most well researched, and most up-to-date book on this subject. In addition to helping survivors recognize their abuse and heal from it, this book teaches mental health professionals how to recognize and properly treat the associated abuse syndrome. She is also the author of Cliffedge Road: A Memoir, the first and only book to characterize the life-long progression of complications caused by narcissistic child abuse.