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Meet Anne McCrea, Founder of Narcissistic and Emotional Abuse on Facebook

I would like to introduce you to Anne McCrea, author and founder of Narcissistic and Emotional Abuse on Facebook and After the sudden death of her husband, Anne became involved in a relationship with a man who proved to be very controlling. After an emotionally draining six years, she eventually walked away. In the months that followed, she discovered and researched narcissism and towards the end of 2014 started the Facebook page. With an ever-growing following, Anne decided to launch a website of the same name. Through these outlets, a platform was created to help and enlighten those involved with a Narcissistic Personality. Her new book, Narcissistic and Emotional Abuse: Shattering the Illusion, has just been released.

(Available now on Amazon)

Narcissistic and Emotional Abuse: Shattering the Illusion

In an ideal world, we would live and interact with kind, considerate folk who have our best interests at heart. Sadly, that is a far cry from the world we live in today. There appears to be an increase in people who are simply out for themselves, people who are controlling and demanding, people who put their needs before those of anyone else, and people who refuse to play by society’s rules. They trample on anyone on their way to the top. There are those who need constant attention and admiration, who will put others down to elevate themselves, those who will cause unimaginable pain to those closest to them and show zero empathy, shame or remorse. This world is full of people who will lie, who will destroy someone’s reputation, because in their twisted minds, they believe somehow that they deserve it.

Narcissistic and Emotional Abuse: Shattering The Illusion

Previous interview we did with Anne: Meet Anne McCrea, Founder of Narcissistic and Emotional Abuse Community

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