Ep 41: Dr Ramani Durvasula - How to stay sane in a world where ‘narcissism is the new normal’





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Published on Sep 19, 2019

This video is a MUST-SEE for anybody who interacts with other human beings!

It’s the second time clinical psychologist Dr Ramani has appeared as my guest on healthHackers® and once again she blew me away with her supreme expertise on dealing with selfish, entitled and narcissistic partners, family members, friends, colleagues and acquaintances.

My first interview with Dr R last year became the MOST-WATCHED and MOST-COMMENTED-ON video of all time on the healthHackers® YouTube channel.
You can see it HERE: https://youtu.be/j_GhsuXAlrc

Her latest book, “Don't You Know Who I Am?": How to Stay Sane in an Era of Narcissism, Entitlement, and Incivility,” is about to go on sale and Dr R spoke to me ahead of its release to share some fascinating insights.

In episode 41, you’ll discover:

🔹The hidden clues of a narcissist within their Instagram posts
🔹Why millions of us are drawn to follow narcissists on social media
🔹The best way to handle a narcissist when they are trying to hurt you
🔹Who a narcissist is most likely to target
🔹The narcissistic red flags during early days of romantic dating
🔹How to take back your life from a narcissist
🔹When narcissists themselves feel sadness and pain
🔹How to deal with a narcissistic parent or sibling
🔹The symptoms of post-narcissistic stress disorder
🔹What causes a person to become narcissistic
🔹Why narcissism is becoming “the new normal”
🔹What to do if you think YOU are a narcissist
🔹Key steps a parent can take to prevent their child from becoming selfish and entitled
🔹Tips for dealing with trolls on social media
🔹How to handle gaslighting

Check out Dr Ramani’s channel and get her new book here: https://www.youtube.com/user/DoctorRa...

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