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Coping with Infuriating, Mean, Critical People : A Guide to Understanding the Destructive Narcissist
Nina W. Brown, EdD, LPC
Praeger | Bloomsbury Academic / Hardcover / Oct 2006
9780275989842 (ISBN-10: 0275989844)
Psychotherapy / Antisocial Personality - Self Help
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200 pages
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For all of us forced to deal with "infuriating, mean, critical people," seasoned counselor Nina Brown has a word of warning. "You must accept that your usual coping strategies are not effective, and will not be effective, with this person," she advises. "You cannot expect them to react and behave as adults." So what's a victim to do? Start with the suggestions in this book. In Coping with Infuriating, Mean, Critical People, Brown explains why many people, who may not display all of the characteristics necessary for a formal, full-blown narcissist diagnosis, still display what she calls a "destructive narcissistic pattern" that results in much the same anguish for those with whom the individual interacts. Thankfully, she also provides specific methods that will help victims of this behavior deal with the narcissistic colleague, supervisor or boss, parent, or intimate other.
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