UPDATED: 71+ Best Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Books (According to 143k Survivors)

UPDATED: 71+ Best Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Books (According to 143k Survivors)

Updated January 25, 2021

I present to you the ultimate list of best, most-effective narcissistic abuse recovery books out there, according to our surveys of more than 133,000 survivors of narcissistic abuse.

The Best Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Books, According to 143k Survivors

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These are THE best books on narcissistic abuse recovery.

PLEASE help me make this a comprehensive resource by sharing the names of your favorite books on narcissistic abuse recovery in the comments section.

I’m always looking for ways to help my fellow narcissistic abuse survivors, and part of the way that I do that is with this website (and a few others), my Narcissistic Abuse Recovery YouTube channel, my books, and of course my coaching. But another part of my mission includes gathering up resources that will help you – whether I created them or not.

That’s I asked the members of my SPAN (Support for People Affected by Narcissistic abuse in toxic relationships) Support Group (it’s free, confidential and another part of my mission), I asked the SPANily to help me out – by sharing the titles of the most helpful books they’ve read on narcissistic abuse recovery, whether they were mine or not. And boy, did they deliver!

What is Narcissistic Abuse?

Not all abuse involves narcissists, but in a large percentage of abuse cases, a narcissist is involved. Narcissists of the toxic nature are those who have little to no empathy for the people around them and who act from that perspective. That is: they don’t care how you or anyone else feels, and you can tell because of the way they treat the people around them. Narcissistic abuse involves subtle manipulation, pervasive control tactics, gaslighting, and emotional and psychological abuse.  Many narcissistic abusers might be diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder – if they actually go to a psychologist for diagnosis, but this rarely happens as narcissists don’t feel that there’s anything with them. They may be overtly narcissistic, or they may be more of a covert narcissist. In either case, anyone in a close relationship with one of these toxic people will be used as a form of narcissistic supply and not treated like an actual person. Sadly, even the most intelligent and educated people can be manipulated and abused by a narcissist.

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