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Join Me For 'Real Narcissists' - The Rethinking Narcissism Paperback Online Launch Event!

Wednesday, July 06, 2016

We've kicked off! As of yesterday, now everywhere books are sold--in stores and online--you can get your copy of Rethinking Narcissism in paperback! I want to thank you - my family, friends, colleagues, readers and community for getting the book launch off to an awesome start.


For some time now, I've been thinking about how I could give something back, to thank you for all your support for my book, Rethinking Narcissism, so I'd like to invite you to join me this week for a free event I'm hosting online called "Real Narcissists."

Living with narcissism can be incredibly grueling and even frightening, whether you're in love with someone who's a narcissist, or just dealing with a boss, coworker, friend or family member. Even if you believe yourself to be a narcissist and it's affecting you or the people around you, there are coping strategies and techniques you can use to help in these situations.

To celebrate the launch of Rethinking Narcissism in paperback, I'll be responding to your 'real life' questions and dilemmas (those submitted throughout the event on the build up to the book release) to help you with how narcissism could be impacting your life.

Maybe you feel you're a narcissist and don't know what to do, or people tell you you're a narcissist and you don't know why. Perhaps someone close to you is a narcissist and you want to ask how best to handle them in your unique circumstances, or you're recovering from an experience with a narcissist. Whatever your question is, I'll be going through them and answering them in 3 categories.

How narcissism is affecting your life with your husband, wife or partner.

How narcissism is affecting your life at work with an employer or coworker.

How narcissism is affecting your life with your children or parent.

I'll be releasing the answers on video on the 8th of July, with a 'live' Q & A to be held on Facebook Live Stream on the 11th at 12 noon Eastern Time here in Boston, so be sure to check your time zone. I'd love for you to join me online for what I hope to be a richly informative and healing live stream video for the entire community.

How to participate.

1 - To receive notification when the Q & A video is available, head over to the event now on this link:
And click “Going” on the right. You’ll then be the first to know when the video is published on the 8th.

2 - Join me on Facebook for a ‘live stream’ chat on July 11th, where we can get together and I can continue this discussion on narcissists with you at 12 noon Eastern Time. Log into Facebook and go to and I’ll see you there!

Sign up for my newsletter, for more tips and advice, as well as information on my book, Rethinking Narcissism, devoted to understanding and coping with narcissism in all its forms, in our friends, lovers, colleagues-and even ourselves.

Harperwave and Harper UK, Paperback Version available now! - Order Here

The internationally acclaimed book named Amazon's Book of the Month, Daily Mail's Book of the Week, featured on The Oprah Winfrey Network, in the New York Times, the cover story in Psychology Today, and selected as The Millions "most anticipated book of the year".

After teaching at local universities, Dr. Malkin became a Chief Psychologist at Harvard Medical School’s Cambridge Hospital, in Cambridge Massachusetts, where he instructed interns, residents, and fellows in the theory and practice of psychotherapy. In 2003, he left this position to expand his private practice and continued to supervise and teach for Harvard Medical School’s training program. Read More...

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