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If you are an adult child of a narcissistic mother, this book is for you, and if you are not sure whether your abusive mother is a pathological narcissist, you will find out. If you read this book: You will become aware of all the reasons why your childhood was so traumatic. You will learn how to deal with your narcissistic mother without being her victim any longer. If you are an adult child of a narcissistic mother, this book is for you, and if you are not sure whether your abusive mother is a pathological narcissist, you will find out. If you read this book: You will become aware of all the reasons why your childhood was so traumatic. You will learn how to deal with your narcissistic mother without being her victim any longer. You will find out all dysfunctional beliefs and habits that you developed during your childhood. You will learn how to contrast Complex Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms.  The issue of toxic mothers challenges the status quo in so many ways but does need to be addressed. Adult children of narcissistic parents are often plagued with so much guilt and sense of deep obligation and shame that they feel duty-bound to keep whatever happened in the family secret, even when it is shredding their lives. It’s really difficult to share your experience because narcissists, and especially a narcissistic mother, can be very good at creating the perfect image of the family for outsiders.The solution is not forgiving or forgetting, but understanding and working on your self-development, and finally taking back control of your life. Book Contents RECOGNIZING THE PROBLEM What is Pathological Narcissism Inside the Mind of a Narcissist Types of Narcissism Overt Grandiose Narcissism Covert Narcissism Narcissistic Strategies of Manipulation How the narcissist controls you Pathological Narcissists as Parents Signs of Narcissistic Parenting THE NARCISSISTIC MOTHER Enablers (enabler father) The Narcissistic Mother and The Roles She Chooses for Her Children Types of Narcissistic Mothers Narcissistic Mothers and Their Sons Narcissistic Mothers and their Daughters Effects of narcissistic abuse on Adult Children SOLUTIONS Protect Yourself from Narcissistic Mother How to Handle a Narcissistic Mother If You Live with Her No Contact with Narcissistic Mother Taking Back Your Power Move Out from Toxic Environment: Practical Tips Caring for Aging Narcissistic Mother HEALING Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD) Emotional flashbacks Toxic Shame Self-abandonment Inner critic Social anxiety Self-healing TipsEven if you were born in the wrong place, growing up dealing with an abusive mother, you can leave the past behind and build a better future by taking control of your life. This book is a painful path of awareness, but it is also the first step of a journey toward a better life. So, let’s start clicking the "Buy with 1-Click” Button NOW!


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If you are an adult child of a narcissistic mother, this book is for you, and if you are not sure whether your abusive mother is a pathological narcissist, you will find out. If you read this book: You will become aware of all the reasons why your childhood was so traumatic. You will learn how to deal with your narcissistic mother without being her victim any longer. If you are an adult child of a narcissistic mother, this book is for you, and if you are not sure whether your abusive mother is a pathological narcissist, you will find out. If you read this book: You will become aware of all the reasons why your childhood was so traumatic. You will learn how to deal with your narcissistic mother without being her victim any longer. You will find out all dysfunctional beliefs and habits that you developed during your childhood. You will learn how to contrast Complex Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms.  The issue of toxic mothers challenges the status quo in so many ways but does need to be addressed. Adult children of narcissistic parents are often plagued with so much guilt and sense of deep obligation and shame that they feel duty-bound to keep whatever happened in the family secret, even when it is shredding their lives. It’s really difficult to share your experience because narcissists, and especially a narcissistic mother, can be very good at creating the perfect image of the family for outsiders.The solution is not forgiving or forgetting, but understanding and working on your self-development, and finally taking back control of your life. Book Contents RECOGNIZING THE PROBLEM What is Pathological Narcissism Inside the Mind of a Narcissist Types of Narcissism Overt Grandiose Narcissism Covert Narcissism Narcissistic Strategies of Manipulation How the narcissist controls you Pathological Narcissists as Parents Signs of Narcissistic Parenting THE NARCISSISTIC MOTHER Enablers (enabler father) The Narcissistic Mother and The Roles She Chooses for Her Children Types of Narcissistic Mothers Narcissistic Mothers and Their Sons Narcissistic Mothers and their Daughters Effects of narcissistic abuse on Adult Children SOLUTIONS Protect Yourself from Narcissistic Mother How to Handle a Narcissistic Mother If You Live with Her No Contact with Narcissistic Mother Taking Back Your Power Move Out from Toxic Environment: Practical Tips Caring for Aging Narcissistic Mother HEALING Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD) Emotional flashbacks Toxic Shame Self-abandonment Inner critic Social anxiety Self-healing TipsEven if you were born in the wrong place, growing up dealing with an abusive mother, you can leave the past behind and build a better future by taking control of your life. This book is a painful path of awareness, but it is also the first step of a journey toward a better life. So, let’s start clicking the "Buy with 1-Click” Button NOW!

30 review for Narcissistic Mothers: How to Handle a Narcissistic Parent and Recover from CPTSD (Adult Children of Narcissists Recovery Book 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katie Thompson Branson

    My husband bought this book, I would personally never have chosen this actual text because it is self-published on a popular therapy topic without footnotes or references. For this evidence-based therapy trained psychotherapist this is a “no-no.” As a clinician this book is redundant and frustrating, however I find a ton of use for this book for kids (reading level 6th grade and up) who are currently healing from a relationship with a narcissist mother. Whether the kids are currently dealing wit My husband bought this book, I would personally never have chosen this actual text because it is self-published on a popular therapy topic without footnotes or references. For this evidence-based therapy trained psychotherapist this is a “no-no.” As a clinician this book is redundant and frustrating, however I find a ton of use for this book for kids (reading level 6th grade and up) who are currently healing from a relationship with a narcissist mother. Whether the kids are currently dealing with the NPD mom, she was recently diagnosed or they are no longer in contact, this book is an easy read and it’s redundancies are helpful to help kids with loyalty binds make sense of the abuse they have endured. So clinician rating? ** Kid rating? ****

  2. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Martin

    This book was mind blowing! It made so much of my childhood makes sense. I totally recommend it for any children who were abused or neglected by their parents. It may just be the key to help you understand what really happened and how it has really affected you. I ended up buying five or six copies for friends and family members and could not be more thrilled with their responses too.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Heather Dean

    Very interesting. Addressed a lot of issues that are similar to adult children of alcoholics and other childhood traumas. Learned a few technical terms and revalidated what many years of therapy teaches already. It’s an excellent introduction to understanding to what you experienced and why, however, be cautious, if you are just starting out on the journey, it should be paired with an excellent, experienced therapist as you work through your discoveries.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Carter

    What I read of the.book i loved! I'm Tom's wife. Currently in working again on some healing. After realizing that my now deceased mom had created yet another wound in my heart. About 8or so years ago, I had gotten help and healing from many other past issues regarding my mom. Knowing how she was a Narcissists helps, because now I can both label it and understand WHy she was the way she was. Unfortunately my mom never got any help for anything. She was a very wounded and beautiful soul. I was taug What I read of the.book i loved! I'm Tom's wife. Currently in working again on some healing. After realizing that my now deceased mom had created yet another wound in my heart. About 8or so years ago, I had gotten help and healing from many other past issues regarding my mom. Knowing how she was a Narcissists helps, because now I can both label it and understand WHy she was the way she was. Unfortunately my mom never got any help for anything. She was a very wounded and beautiful soul. I was taught in class that "Hurting people hurt people" that statement really stuck with me. About 4 years or so before losing my mom completely to death. Our family had really lost her to both drugs and alochol abuse. She was 57 when she passed. For anyone else who's mother was a Narcissist. Please know the guilt you maybe feeling inside from Not doing what they want you too. Is called false guilt. You are allowed to be your own person ok. It's ok to love you!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    Some good stuff Good advice. See within yourself behaviors, thoughts, emotions, and thinking patterns that stem from dealing with daily physiological, emotional, verbal and sometimes physical abuse. Learn the first steps to begin the healing process to recover from a lifetime of abuse.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    Provides a solid understanding I found that this book thoroughly explains types of narcissistic mothers, the types of abuse, roles of the children, effects of the abuse, and tips for start to heal.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Zoe Fowler

    Must read !!!! So happy I found this book ! This has helped me so much in coming to terms, understanding and recovering from narcissistic abuse. Highly recommend this to everyone affected by this damaging, destructive, hidden mental illness.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I saw a friend on here was reading this, I decided to check it out. Affter reading the description, I realized that my mom (as well as dad) is a narcissist mother. I always wondered why my mom was so cruel & abusive to me. Not just in childhood but even now was an adult. I've been out my parents house for years now but she still treats me like a child & puts me down in a cruel way. She has to be right even when I've got proof from Google to say otherwise. I finally got sick of her abuse & I'm tr I saw a friend on here was reading this, I decided to check it out. Affter reading the description, I realized that my mom (as well as dad) is a narcissist mother. I always wondered why my mom was so cruel & abusive to me. Not just in childhood but even now was an adult. I've been out my parents house for years now but she still treats me like a child & puts me down in a cruel way. She has to be right even when I've got proof from Google to say otherwise. I finally got sick of her abuse & I'm trying to pick up the pieces of my broken childhood. I finally understand why I was treated so poorly as a child & why she is not emotional available. There's part missing inside me that needs fixing but I know what to do & how to fix it. Thank you so much for helping me on this journey to ef improvement! This book means the world to me!!

  9. 5 out of 5

    S. Gregory

    I used to hesitate to read any sort of psychology book that wasn't written by a doctor. However, reading works by others who have lived through similar experiences has helped me come to terms with my own childhood. I nearly devoured this book and really appreciate how the author highlights different symptoms of PTSD and how we can heal both on our own and with the assistance of others. Thank you for this book, Caroline. 5/5.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Stein

    I have to say that this book has been very informative. I’ve realized just recently that I’ve encountered family members who have NPD traits and I needed to know more to combat them. I’ve learned so much more than just NPD. I learned that I actually fit into the empathetic traits and the loner category. It’s been rough for me and my family but this book has helped me to see things much more clearer than before.

  11. 4 out of 5

    John Hill

    Needs more organization and editing The information was fairly good, though a bit all over the place. I also felt the author was just discussing their specific experiences and the information was not useful for a general audience of children of a narcissistic mother. the sentences were sometimes nonsensical and difficult to understand-poorly edited.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mancman

    This provided an easy to understand approach to dealing with a problem. It’s accessible and well structured in helping you to understand the issues, their relevance and then provides a tool kit for helping to overcome them. There were lots of light bulb moments as I read this, and it gave me a well balanced and helpful summary.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Terry Driscoll

    Right on Both my parents were narcissistic. This book had me thinking about my childhood. I have a better understanding of how the abuse affected me. I am 47 yrs old and still have a lot more healing to do.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lorieng

    Eye opening I related to so much in this book. It helped me identify traits in my mother and myself. I always felt I am never enough. It helps to understand why! I now have some tools to help me heal!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Diana CetzGonzales

    Very eye opening! My husband always told me my Mother was overbearing. After reading this book I had a “light bulb” moment and am better able to understand some issues that come with CPTSD.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Dinapoli

    Good advice as a beginning Good place to start. It offers advice for people who are looking for a quick read and don’t know a great deal about narc abuse.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Carol Ann

    This book is an easy read and offers an organized approach to dealing with a narcissistic parent. Well written and digestible material.

  18. 5 out of 5

    BRENDA

    Helpful Very helpful in discovering why you have the problems you do and how they affect you From your childhood past.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Katie Rosseter

  20. 4 out of 5

    Grace

  21. 4 out of 5

    Amie Dann

  22. 4 out of 5

    dawn macey-norris

  23. 5 out of 5

    Serafina Alonso

  24. 5 out of 5

    laurie kern

  25. 4 out of 5

    Julie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  27. 5 out of 5

    Taralyn Andress

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

  29. 5 out of 5

    Wenting Zhang

  30. 5 out of 5

    Miss Louise

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