In Blair’s senior year in high school, she approached her father about college. His career advice to her was, “Just learn how to type, so that you can keep a job long enough to catch a husband.” And that is exactly what she did. At the ripe age of nineteen, she married her narcissist and unwittingly shackled herself to twenty years of verbal and emotional abuse. Diary of a Worthless Mother: Who Can’t Even Take Care of Herself is the story of an emotionally-scarred young girl who searched for someone different from her father, and married him, instead. Supported by over two hundred citations from experts in the field, the novel provides both a human interest story and a succinct illustration of why and how a narcissist abuses-and the debilitating scars he inflicts upon his narcissistic supply.