“My earliest memories of my life were of a family in a constant state of emotional and psychological chaos and turmoil. … Not everyone knows the pain of a childhood lived with a narcissist parent. Or, the heartache that comes with knowing that your feelings, your emotional well-being are secondary to that of a pathologically disordered adult. The child that lives a life with a narcissist parent learns that the adult that is supposed to provide unconditional care, love and support is incapable. In all aspects of life, the child’s needs are an after-thought, if even that much. Often, the abuse and neglect that is inflicted on the poor soul unfortunate enough to be born in to this environment is unconscionable. At its worst, the damage done to the child’s spirit, soul, and sense of self can be irreversible. For women; do you know and understand the red flags of a man that is a dangerous narcissistic psychopath? If you encountered an enmeshed narcissistic mother and son could you disengage from them, knowing the damage that this pair may bring you and your future children? The worst of these people are soulless sociopaths and psychopaths that operate without conscience, while leaving a wake of terrible destruction behind them. No child should ever know this pain and it is up to everyone to limit the hurt and despair caused by these people. ‘The Narcissist as Parent’ is a harrowing factual account of one family destroyed and lives forever impacted by pathological narcissism. In the end though, it is a story of the strength of the human spirit to overcome terrible personal circumstance and work to find new meaning, hope and joy in life.