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Narcissistic Wounds: Clincal Perspectives: Clinical Perspectives (Exc Business And Economy (Whurr)) Paperback – 15 Sep 1995
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The core elements of narcissism concern the dificulty individuals encounter with the separating process and their use of the mechanism of splitting. Through the work of American thinkers (such as Kernberg and Kohut) on the advancement of the understanding of narcissistic disturbances is well known, the contribution of the British school has had a comparatively low profile. This book seeks to redress the balance by providing an up-to-date presentation of the work in this area of British psychotherapists and psychoanalysts of different theoretical orientations - contemporary Freudian, Kleinian and independent.
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Reading this will put into perspective, any relationship with any NPD or borderline Cluster B types, and make clear they cannot reciprocate love, have no empathy, fake all emotions other than anger, envy and shame.
Read this book then RUN do not walk away from personality disordered ilk.