Texas journalist Ruth Pennebaker, creator of the award-winning Fabulous Geezer Sisters blog about, in part, living a life void of game playing and false pretenses. She interviewed me about the first 30 days of recovery.
About Surviving the Narcissist; 30 Days of Recovery she writes:
“…it’s a deceptively simple book on taking care of yourself — wise, understated, and calm, like a good friend. It’s about taking your life back after you’ve been blindsided by trouble. And the trouble, I kept thinking, didn’t necessarily have to be a narcissist.”
Read 30 Days to Something Better here.
Award-winning blogger and New York Times best-selling author and journalist Alisa Bowman interviews me about relationships in her post How To Stay Married to a Narcissist on the site Project: Happily Ever After.
Her questions include:
Assuming you are married to a narcissist, is divorce the only option?
How does someone live with a narcissist and still find personal happiness? Can you offer readers three ways of extricating themselves from the suffering, but without actually ending the relationship?
As Alisa writes in her introduction:
You already knew – from experience – that narcissists make poor life mates. Yet, you were not interested in divorce. You wanted solutions. Maybe you didn’t expect a Cinderella fairy tale, but you did, at the very least, want to know how to get along.
Click here to get to Project: Happily Ever After.