Child of A Narcissist

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Have you ever wondered why some people can behave unemphatic, arrogant, envious, entitled, and shameless in relation with their own family members? Have you noticed how these people overestimate their abilities and have excessive need for admiration and affirmation? These people are considered Narcissists.

Living as the child of a Narcissist parent is torturous. These children are often micro-managed, do not feel respected or appreciated, are shamed and embarrassed, or told that whatever they do is not good enough. Tina Fuller is the daughter of a Narcissistic mother who has shared her story in her book: It's My Turn.

In my interview with Tina we will talk about the issues facing her as she grew up in an environment that made her feel flawed. She shares how her earlier life experiences continued to affect her adult life and cause years of misery. Low self-esteem, having troubled relationships, feeling broken, sense of inadequacy, indecisiveness, and inability to listen to constructive criticism are among the many topics associated with such emotional abuse.

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