Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is a personality disorder that is characterized by extreme feelings of self-importance, a high need for admiration, and a lack of empathy. NPD can be considered as a pathological form of narcissism. It is estimated that 0.7-1% of the general population are afflicted with NPD. Most people with NPD (50-75%, according to the DSM) are men.
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Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers
Education, resources, and support for daughters of narcissistic mothers. Includes a forum.
Holding the Mirror
The journal, reflections, and studies of an abused enabler of a narcissist.
How to Recognize a Narcissist
Discussion of narcissistic personality disorder for laypersons. Topics include traits, coping with narcissists, recovering from relationships with pathological narcissists, art, and further reading.
I Married a Narcissist
Offers personal experiences, information and resources for those impacted by a narcissist. Seeks those willing to be interviewed for inclusion on the site and for a book.
Malignant Self Love - Narcissism Revisited
About the disorder, including abusive relationships, FAQs, excerpts from the archives, essays, and downloadable free e-books.
Narcissism and its consequences and the types of abuse used by narcissists to harm their victims. Includes recommended reading.
Blog author speaks out about this disorder.
Report of a Quest
Narcisism as the defense mechanism underlying paraphilias.
What Makes Narcissists Tick
Why malignant narcissists behave the way they do, with examples of narcissistic behavior.
Will I Ever Be Good Enough
Find information related to the book, 'Will I Ever Be Good Enough? Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers', written by Dr. Karyl McBride. Includes surveys and media kit.
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