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An eye-opening, yet comforting, look at maternal narcissism. I was in denial about my mother's narcissism (and didn't know it) until I read this illuminating book. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Critical Thinker
Okay - I've done my research on books on this topic. This one is clearly written and the most "accessible" meaning it doesn't read like a textbook for a psychology class. Read morePublished 10 days ago by CaringConsumer
I like the beginning part of the book; it really validated how I felt about my relationship with my mother. However, I don't agree with Part 3 of the book. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Kaitlynn
Read this and learn about healthy relationships. As you go through, however, remember that as adults, we can no longer actually BLAME others for our lives. Read morePublished 16 days ago by schw0855
Had this book had been around 30 years ago it may very well have changed the course of my life. When I opened the book and started reading I couldn't believe how accurate it was. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Laura Ashford-Downing
This book will help you answer a lot of questions. It is a great read for anyone dealing with narcissistic mothers.Published 18 days ago by Poppy
An informative text on how to step by step heal the psychological damages inflicted on the daughters of mothers with narcissistic personality disorder.Published 23 days ago by Judith Anenberg
For anyone struggling with overbearing mothers and is only been about them and never feeling worthwhile or good enough well this is a must read.Published 24 days ago by Sharon O