Make no mistake, narcissism is on the rise. “All about me” behavior and values have become interwoven in much of daily life.
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Make no mistake, narcissism is on the rise. “All about me” behavior and values have become interwoven in much of daily life. This creates pressure, pushing all of us—including our children—toward unhealthy relationships and narcissism, in particular.
Narcissism is not necessarily a bad thing; it has both healthy and unhealthy forms. Healthy narcissism fuels the drive for competence, accomplishment, and connection, while unhealthy narcissism frustrates positive growth.
This lecture describes the influences on those children and what parents can do to stop the process. It specifically looks at parenting positions that encourage or discourage healthy development.
Mary Ann Little, PhD, is a clinical psychologist who has been in private practice for over four decades.
When: Monday, November 27th 6PM-7PM
Where: The Salon
Member plus three guests