Penned by UK Harley Street Psychologist, Dr. Sarah Davies, this interesting new self-help e-book entitled, Never Again – moving on from narcissistic abuse and other toxic relationships, is something that many of us, both men and women, can relate to. This practical guide is made even more impactful due to the fact that Davies calls upon her personal experiences and professional work history in order to empower her audience so that they are in a strong position to recognize and move on from unhealthy toxic and abusive relationships.
An Up Close and Personal Look at Different Personality Types
Davies, a renowned Chartered Counselling Psychologist, uses clear pointers to outline common narcissistic personality traits so that readers can easily distinguish those who have them. This incorporates the more open characteristics (the charismatic, persuasive, charming, super confident…), in addition to the more cloaked types (those who are more difficult to distinguish, softly spoken psychosomatics and rescuers, to name just a couple…).
Calling upon her clinical research and experience, Davies puts the spotlight on 5 hidden narcissist sub-types: an area which many people are likely to find find fascinating and even unexpected. Crucially, she guides readers through a practical recovery process is easy steps. Moreover: “she offers a range of pragmatic ways to bring awareness and a focus shift away from their abusive partner or ex and back to themselves; building self-esteem, learning and developing healthy boundaries and communication”.
Particularly Interesting Features
These include lots of real-world examples that we can easily relate to; in addition to practical tips and helpful ideas that can give us the get up and go we need move forward, so that we never find ourselves being tormented in an emotionally abusive relationship again.
- Understanding about Narcissistic Personality Disorder & Narcissism
- How we can recognize Narcissistic Abuse
- Determining whether we are in a relationship with a narcissist
- Understanding any traits we may have which make us attractive to abusers
Ways to keep clear of toxic relationships.
Mens’ Mental Health
Whenever we think about abusive relationships, we often automatically think about women. – This could be for various reasons, but it is likely due to the fact that it is regularly being reported in the media at large, and high profile cases, such as abuse to TV and film stars, musicians, and other celebrity women, often stay in our mind.
But men are also affected by this serious issue, and this books awakens us to the clear and present reality. – In fact, a large percentage of Davies’ patients are men who are being confronted with this abuse day in day out. To that end, it is vital for us to appreciate that: “Narcissistic Abuse is an issue that affects people regardless of gender or sexuality”.