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All Eyes on Me, Wonderful Me!

What are some of the hallmarks of the Narcissistic personality? First and foremost is excessive self absorption. The Narcissist is rarely, if ever, truly interested in others. He or she may go on at length about themselves, but rarely demonstrate a meaningful interest in you.

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Conclusion: Own Your Life by Owning Up to Yourself
Unfortunately, our compulsion to repeat self-sabotaging behaviors can be so subtle, pervasive, and quietly destructive that many of us spend our whole lives enacting toxic tropes without ever becoming fully conscious of them.

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Part Six: Yes, You ARE Entitled … to your Own Unhappiness
The simple definition of “entitlement” is the belief that you have the right to something—or that you are inherently deserving of special privilege.

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Part Five: 'Tis the Season to be Annoyed: What to do when Grandparents “Parent” Your Children
How can you effectively manage “the grandparents” when family comes to visit—especially those grandmothers and grandfathers who may be particularly overbearing with their grandkids?

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Part Four: Avoid Your Family Over the Holiday Season. Here’s How.
Can you avoid seeing your family for the holidays? Maybe not. But if they cause emotional pain, don’t be afraid to take steps to minimize the interaction with them.

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Part Three: Binge Eating to Ease Emotional Pain
Devastation and loss can trigger an ever-worsening cycle.

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Part Two: Sleeping with Your Boss Comes at a Cost
Are you being sexually harassed by someone senior to you at work, someone who has power over your future, someone you are frightened to confront?

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Part One: Understanding the 'Me' in #MeToo
Self-Saboteurs don’t know what they don’t know - there are myriad ways that people unknowingly sabotage their lives.