Breaking Free

Breaking Free

A Way Out for Adult Children of Narcissists

Book - 2016
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Publisher: [Vancouver, BC] : Acon Press, [2016]
ISBN: 9780995260306
Branch Call Number: 158.24 S77b
Characteristics: 377 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Vancouver Indie Collection


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Aug 12, 2017

The book takes readers on a wild ride through the frightening twists and turns of the malignant narcissist mind, where the reader can develop clarity, relate and feel. They might feel pretty uncomfortable at times, laugh unexpectedly and cry tears they didn’t know they were suppressing, and that’s what makes this book unique. It’s full of reactions of real people who’ve been willing to come forward and write about their narcissistic family dynamics precisely because the author is able to reach them. In the pages of Breaking Free you will learn to recognize narcissists and be given practical tips on how to arm yourself from those who use lies, manipulation, cheating and stealing to wreak a path of destruction through innocent lives. The author writes like someone who really understands the enemy and she skillfully condenses the deep resentment of being forced into a fight as a target of these malicious beings. A very interesting, unusual and valuable read.

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