It Is Possible To Break The Cycle Of Destructive, Negative Relationships
A recent Facebook survey of people who self-identify as being empathic revealed a startling insight. Over 80% of the 1,300 respondents disclosed they had suffered from some form of abuse or neglect during their childhood. Organizations, such as the American Psychiatric Association, have also identified early childhood trauma as the cause for the development of severe narcissist tendencies.
An interesting dynamic often develops between the loving, compassionate, and often selfless empaths and those willing to take from them, the self-serving narcissists. Both look to heal their inner wounds in the arms of the other.
People who were abused as children, according to the Office Of National Statistics, are more likely to be abused as adults. The Dysfunctional Dance Of The Empath And Narcissist takes an in-depth look at the unconscious patterns that keep individuals trapped in cycles of abusive relationships. It endeavors to raise people’s awareness of ingrained programming going on deep inside and help the reader understand how they keep getting into these situations in the first place.
It is not that these individuals go looking for the rotten apple at the bottom of the barrel but for some reason seem to repeatedly find themselves in toxic situations. Many times, individuals who suffered from childhood abuse do not know what a healthy relationship looks like. Regardless of what happened to a person when they were young, they have the power to redefine themselves and their life. It is possible to break free of these destructive, negative patterns and finally experience the loving, healthy relationship they have always desired.
As a victim of childhood abuse, Dr. Louise is particularly well equipped to write about the subject. The Dysfunctional Dance Of The Empath And Narcissist explores the problem and presents a forward-thinking, caring, winning solution.