Narcissistic Fathers: Coping with the Self-Absorbed (Transcend Mediocrity Book 200) - PDF free download eBook

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Many people have grown up in broken homes. They often wonder for many years what went wrong. They don't feel like their childhood was happy, but they can't quite put their finger on what...

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Narcissistic Fathers: Coping with the Self-Absorbed (Transcend Mediocrity Book 200)
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Many people have grown up in broken homes. They often wonder for many years what went wrong. They don't feel like their childhood was happy, but they can't quite put their finger on what had caused the discontent.

On the surface, their parents tried to make it look like everything was picture perfect. Other people outside of the family might even have believed it. The chil Many people have grown up in broken homes.

They often wonder for many years what went wrong. They don't feel like their childhood was happy, but they can't quite put their finger on what had caused the discontent. On the surface, their parents tried to make it look like everything was picture perfect.

Other people outside of the family might even have believed it. The children often grow up blaming themselves for everything that went wrong at home. However, this was far from the truth.

Once a person starts to dig into their childhood, they may begin to realize that at least one parent wasn't quite what he or she seemed. It was hard to differentiate which parent caused the discontent at home. A person's mother could seem chronically unhappy, depressed, and anxious.

She might behave as though she is jealous, ungrateful, unappreciative or critical. The truth isn't always what it seems. Sometimes the father is the actual culprit in a happy marriage, but he is content to attribute the problems in the family to the disobedient children or nagging wife.

Many people find out much later that it was really a narcissistic father that was at the root of all of the family's problems. The narcissistic father often causes the mother's steep mental decline by using ‘gaslighting' to break down her self-esteem. He isolates her from her friends and family, and often reacts in angry and jealous ways to her attempts to interact with coworkers or school personnel.

He often doesn't support the mother or the children emotionally. The narcissistic father might triangulate the mother, or pit others against her to make her react in jealous ways or to destroy her self-confidence. He might be competing against the mother, always holding the family assets just out of arm's reach for her.

She constantly has to fight him or beg him in order to provide things that the children need. However, the children might never know of her sacrifices to do this for them, because the father would always take the credit for supplying the resources in the first place. The narcissistic father is a damaging and toxic person.

He creates constant chaos in the family dynamic. He uses lies and manipulation to twist the reality that his children and his wife experience. The children and the wife are at the mercy of him, and he positions himself to be the center of their world.

Some mothers are able to escape the narcissistic partner, while others suffer at the hands of him during the entire duration of raising the children together. The mothers who escape might lose their children to the narcissistic father, or else he implements Parental Alienation Syndrome to convince the children that their mother is not worth a moment of their time. Many children suffer for years, unable to have a relationship with their estranged mother.

What they do not know is that he is the one who caused the biggest rift between the mother and her children. This ebook seeks to define the different traits that a narcissistic father might exhibit. This list is not all-inclusive.

The narcissistic father may have some of the traits or all of the traits. The main trait of the narcissistic father is that his needs generally come before everyone else's needs. He is only generous when it suits him, and thus he hurts many people – maliciously or inadvertently.

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