E-book author and website hosts identify Codependence as the root of most Domestic Abuse cases

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  • (1888PressRelease) October 19, 2011 - In a world where clinical psychology seems to have the last word about which personality disorders are treatable and which ones are not, relationship experts Kim & Steve Cooper have taken up the cause to disprove long-held notions about Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

    Experts through personal experience, the Coopers are in their fifth successful year educating, guiding and changing the lives of couples dealing with Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Domestic Abuse.

    After coming to her own near-desperate end of her marriage to a husband suffering with NPD and living with Domestic Abuse, Kim Cooper decided there had to be a better way to dealing with her situation than leaving her NPD spouse. Up against adversarial psychologists and with virtually no community support, Cooper dug quietly into researching the root causes of Domestic Abuse and Narcissism.

    After exhaustive research mostly comprised of self-study about Domestic Abuse, Narcissism and Codependence, Cooper put her knowledge into practice. After seeing significant behavior changes in her own relationships, Cooper compiled her information into e-books about Domestic Abuse, Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Codependence. The books focus on dysfunctional relationships and the early childhood experiences, parenting styles and social issues that are common root causes of the development of NPD, Domestic Abuse and also Codependence.

    The couple's website offers a wealth of information and training materials about Domestic Abuse. People who are suffering Domestic Abuse, or finding themselves exhibiting traits of Codependence can access the website about Narcissistic Personality Disorder for self-directed study and guidance.

    The Coopers' methods and insights for identifying, coping and ultimately changing the patterns and cycles of family dysfunction fill in the gap left by mainstream psychological professionals who have prognosed Narcissistic Personality Disorder as hopeless and untreatable.

    In addition to their website, books and articles, the Coopers host an internet radio show The Love Safety Net where they discuss topics relevant to Domestic Abuse and Narcissism. The radio show complements the ideas and exercises outlined in their publication the Love Safety Net Workbook, an invaluable study guide for couples who are working through Domestic Abuse; including Mental Abuse, Verbal Abuse and Emotional Abuse.

    Kim Cooper's e-books and articles address attachment theory and its underlying dynamic in NPD and Domestic Abuse. They also provide practical tools to adapt to real life situations concerning Narcissism and its partner Codependence .To learn more visit www.narcissismcured.com.

    Kim Cooper

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