The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists: Coping with the One-way Relationship in Work, Love, and Family

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Julian Day Publications, 2002 - Religion - 187 pages
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"Disguised as high self-esteem, narcissism is actually a destrucitve form of self-love or extreme self-absorption. Soon the lion's share of attention and resources are going in one direction--towards the narcissist. When involved with the narcissist, the damage to your own self-esteem can be enormous, resulting in chronic anger, depression, and feelings of helplessness"--Back cover.

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This is the story of my life told through the lens of people who do not see anyone but themselves in the world. The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists gave me so much insight into my entire life ... Read full review

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This book is right on! I highly recommend it as a must read! Awesome!

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