• 15,99 €

Publisher Description

Your toxic friendship could be putting your mental health at risk. Here’s what you can do about it: 

Do you have a friend who leaves you drained and exhausted after every interaction?

Are you filled with anxiety and dread before you meet with them? 

Is this friendship feeling more and more one-sided as time goes on?

While they may have some other wonderful qualities, the fact that your friendship with them is making you feel this way could be a sign that your friend is a narcissist. 

A narcissist is often characterized as arrogant, self-important, and attention-seeking.

However, some narcissists can actually be very meek and self-effacing, making it harder to detect them. 

And they can be just as dangerous as more overt narcissists, if you allow them to be.

In Narcissistic Friend, you’ll find research-backed guidance on identifying and dealing with narcissists. Inside, you will discover:

The duplicitous traits and manipulative tactics that will help you identify the covert narcissist in your life 
How covert narcissists manage to compliment you and insult you at the same time, leaving you confused and unsettled 
Why an outwardly generous, quiet, and unassuming friend can actually be a narcissist in disguise 
The number one question to ask a narcissist to make them think twice about their actions 
The best way to deal with a friend’s narcissistic outbursts, which won’t cost you your friendship 
Three important questions to ask yourself to determine whether this is a relationship worth keeping 
How to gradually distance yourself from a narcissistic friend, without creating drama and conflict

And much more.

Unlike an intimate or family relationship, keeping a friendship with a narcissist can be more manageable, as long as you know how to protect yourself.

By uncovering the behavior and motivation behind a narcissist’s words and actions, you can understand why they act the way they do, and approach the friendship from a place of empathy, instead of victimhood.

Knowing how they think and act will also help you defend yourself mentally and emotionally when they try to manipulate or belittle you.

Whether you’ve been friends since childhood, or you’ve just connected recently, having a narcissist as a friend is a uniquely trying experience.

As in any friendship, there will be reasons to stay and reasons to go.

Ultimately, it will be up to you to decide what’s best for yourself and your friendship.

If you want to preserve your peace of mind and protect your well-being while still remaining friends with a narcissist, then scroll up and click the “buy” button right now.

hr min
2 March
BCO Publishing