This is an informed guide founded in emotional intelligence, that will help you understand, handle, and deal with extreme narcissists. Most of us show some degree of self-enhancing tendencies, but emotional abuse, emotional blackmail, and manipulation do not form part of most people's narcissistic reactions. Taking a spectral approach to narcissism, How to Handle a Narcissist combines the latest research with real-life stories and practical advice. This guide will empower and enable you to stop emotional abuse, providing you with enough objectivity to step away from any emotional roller coaster you may be experiencing, by taking a proactive role. Research findings will show you what works when dealing with narcissists at different points on the narcissistic spectrum, rather than only those who have narcissistic personality disorder. Whether the narcissistic person in your life is your partner, a narcissistic family member, narcissistic boss or friend, this book will help you to understand what you need to do to regain control of your boundaries, and guide the relationship in whichever direction is best for yourself and others. This book does not intend to help you become a negative influence on others, but aims instead to help you take the higher road by understanding and disarming the narcissist. In this way you are able to take back control of your boundaries and empower yourself, without compromising your values. Here is a preview of what youll learn: Learn how to identify and differentiate between healthy and extreme narcissism, and determine how the narcissist in your life ranks for both. Discover how narcissism can be considered a dependence on narcissistic supply, mirroring a dependence on alcohol or other drugs. Find out what the narcissist wants from you. Discover practical research-based methods to making life easier with the narcissist. Hear about other people's experiences with narcissists, and what they subsequently learnt.
©2017 Clare Jackson (P)2019 Clare Jackson
Do you have an overall sense of not feeling your best, but it has been going on so long that its actually normal to you? If you answered yes to any of these question, you may have an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune diseases are one of the ten leading causes of death for women in all age groups and they affect nearly 25 million Americans. In fact millions of people worldwide suffer from autoimmunity whether they know it or not. The good news is that many autoimmune conditions can be reversed through a targeted protocol designed to heal the autoimmune system. Madison Fuller reveals a revolutionary way for people to balance their immune systems, transform their health, and live fuller, happier lives. Target the foods that are triggering autoimmune issues before they enter into full blown disease. Apply basic lifestyle changes to enhance your health, wellness and feel better than you have in years. We all must take responsibility for our health and understand the underlying mechanisms for the most common illnesses. And, most importantly, how to keep ourselves healthy throughout our life. Save your time on your health journey by listening to this first!
©2019 Madison Fuller (P)2019 Madison Fuller
Everything you want or need to know about intermittent fasting is in this audiobook! Almost every woman wants to look and feel better about themselves, and in this audiobook, you will discover all the ins and outs, and ups and downs of intermittent fasting. Whether this is your first time hearing about this fantastic regime known as intermittent fasting or youve heard so much about it that youre ready to jump on the train, Intermittent Fasting for Women: Lose Weight, Burn Fat, Heal Your Body: Fasting to Lose Weight is the audiobook for you. Whether youre looking to shed one pound or 100, my audiobook provides the building blocks that you need to be successful with intermittent fasting and provides everything you need to know. In this audiobook you will find: What types of intermittent fasting are best for women The science behind intermittent fasting Common mistakes to avoid while intermittent fasting Tips and frequently asked questions about intermittent fasting A history of fasting And much, much more So what is intermittent fasting? It can best be defined simply as alternating periods of eating and not eating. When we eat our levels of insulin automatically get elevated and signal the body to store all excess calories in our fat cells and to burn the glucose from that meal instead. This halts the burning of fat. But then in a fasted phase our insulin levels drop, and our hormones that oppose insulin become elevated and force the body to burn those fat stores. In other words, only when our body is in a fasted phase will it actually burn fat to produce the energy we need. Whether you fast for eight or 24 hours, once your body enters the fasting phase, you are burning fat. And yes, you even burn fat while you sleep and skipping breakfast is an easy way to keep your body in that phase until later in the afternoon.
©2018 Donna Winfrey (P)2018 Donna Winfrey