Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Narcissistic Fathers: Dealing with Emotionally Abusive Father and Complex PTSD

If you are an adult child of a narcissistic father, this book is for you, and if you are not sure whether your abusive father is a pathological narcissist, you will find out.

If you read this book:

  • You will become aware of all the reasons why your childhood was so traumatic, sometimes without you realizing it.
  • You will learn how to deal with your narcissistic father without being his victim any longer.
  • You will find out all the dysfunctional thoughts and behaviors that You have developed over the years.
  • You will start healing from the symptoms of Complex Traumatic Stress Disorder, a typical disorder affecting adult children of narcissistic parents, even if psychotherapy is required.

Adult children of narcissistic parents are often plagued with so much guilt and sense of deep obligation and shame that they feel duty-bound to keep whatever happens a family secret even when it is shredding their lives.

The solution is not forgiving or forgetting, but first of all understanding and working on your self-development, and finally taking back control of your life.

Book content
What is Pathological Narcissism
Types of Narcissism
Narcissistic Strategies of Manipulation
Pathological Narcissists as Parents
Signs of Narcissistic Parenting
The Narcissistic Father and the Roles He Chooses for His Children
Enablers (The Enabler Mother)
Types of Narcissistic Fathers
Narcissistic Fathers and Their Sons
Narcissistic Fathers and Their Daughters
Effects of Narcissistic Abuse on Adult Children
Protect Yourself from Gaslighting
How to Handle a Narcissistic Father If You Live with Him
How to Outsmart the Narcissistic Double Bind Strategy
Taking Back Your Power
Move Out from Toxic Environment: Practical Tips
Caring for Aging Narcissistic Father
Healing:
Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD) Symptoms.
Self-healing Tips
You cannot fix a lifetime of destructive abuses only by reading a book, but you can find the right way to recover and make the first step on your healing journey.

Author:

Currently studying Psychotherapy , Cognitive psychology, Biological psychology, Counselling psychology and CBT. I believe in truth, honesty and integrity! ≧◔◡◔≦

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