2 edition of Emotional vampires found in the catalog.
Albert J. Bernstein
|Statement||by Albert Bernstein|
|LC Classifications||BF637.V47 B47 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012014945|
Of course there is no magic wand or special potion to ward off all of the emotional vampires in of your life. We often don’t have a choice about the people we interact with on a daily basis. Others can suck optimism and serenity right out of you. I call these draining people emotional vampires," she writes, endorsing the notion that vampires do indeed exist.
On the other hand, when there are emotional vampires lurking about with their pathological envy and their unwarranted spite, empaths feel the full “shock” of that too – they feel the life force sucked out of them quite quickly. Yet they can track subtle energies as well; they feel the undercurrent of an emotion in a person that others may. A psychic vampire (or energy vampire) is a fictional and religious creature said to feed off the "life force" of other living term can also be used to describe a person who gets increased energy around other people, but leaves those other people exhausted or “drained” of energy. Psychic vampires are represented in the occult beliefs of various cultures and in fiction.
(See Four Strategies to Survive Emotional Vampires.) 8. Empaths become replenished in nature. The busyness of everyday life can be too much . Recently an EHI student sent me an article in DailyOM by Dr. Judith Orloff. The article, Combating Emotional Vampires, was an excerpt from Dr. Orloff’s online course of the same name. Now, CK likes Dr. Orloff’s work in general, and of course, Dr. Orloff didn’t invent the term, she’s using it since it’s in the current energy lexicon.
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Emotional Vampires will help you cope effectively with the people in your life that confound you, confuse you, and seem to sap every ounce of your energy. Bestselling author Dr. Al Bernstein shows you how to recognize each vampire type—antisocial, histrionic, narcissists, obsessive-compulsives, paranoids—and deal with them effectively/5().
Emotional vampires because metaphorically speaking, they suck you to death. Albert Bernstein, the author of the book, categorized them into THE ANTI-SOCIAL TYPES, THE HISTRIONIC TYPES, THE NARCISSISTIC TYPES, THE OBSESSIVE –COMPULSIVE TYPES, and THE PARANOID TYPES.
Dr/5. Protect yourself from people who take undue advantage and suck the energy out of your life. Emotional Vampireswill help you cope effectively with the people in your life that confound you, confuse you, and seem to sap every ounce of your energy.
Bestselling author Dr. Al Bernstein shows you how to recognize each vampire type—antisocial, histrionic, narcissists, obsessive-compulsives, Brand: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing. The concept struck such a collective chord in my book Positive Energy that in Emotional Freedom I illustrate how it applies to protecting your emotions and not absorbing other people’s negativity.
In the book I discuss these vampires to watch for and ways to deal with them. By the end of "Emotional Vampires", you'll be armed with superior knowledge, a treasure chest of vampire-slaying tools, and all the confidence you need to take on the most draining people in your life and win without shedding the first drop of blood.
From the Back CoverReviews: Emotional Vampires by Alan Bernstein. Although this book is not only about narcissists, they are the main type of “Emotional Vampire” that sucks the energy and joy out of your life.
This book is particularly helpful if you want concrete strategies for identifying and interacting with narcissists in a way that Emotional vampires book not leave you feeling. If you want to know if someone is a vampire, hold up a mirror and see if there's a reflection.
If you want to know if someone is an Emotional Vampire, hold up a self-help book that describes his personality perfectly and see if there's a spark of recognition. With both kinds of vampires there will be nothing there. edition of this book, Dr. Al Bernstein has added his advice for dealing with those emotional vampires who come in the shape of spouses and lovers, relatives, and children.
Bernstein shows you how to deal with each vampire type and what you need to do to. Simply put, an emotional vampire is someone who zaps you of your emotional energy, according to Dr.
Judith Orloff, author of the bestseller Author: Rebecca Santiago. An emotional vampire is a person who drains the emotional energy out of you, which leaves you feeling exhausted or worse after you see them.
They lurk as needy relatives, workplace bullies or complain-loving friends. They can make us feel overwhelmed, depressed, angry or fatigued. Emotional Vampires will help you cope effectively with the people in your life that confound you, confuse you, and seem to sap every ounce of your energy.
Best-selling author Dr. Al Bernstein shows you how to recognize each vampire type - antisocial, histrionic, narcissists, obsessive-compulsives, paranoids - and deal with them effectively. This book has an appealing title and an appealing theme—comparing people with personality disorders to vampires.
But my opinion of Emotional Vampires—Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry, by Albert J. Bernstein, Ph.D., is decidedly mixed. The book gives a brief overview of personality disorders in general, and then discusses five types of problem people—antisocial. "Bernstein provides a field guide to the various types of Emotional Vampires and advises readers how to protect themselves from being victims of these predatory personalities."Boston Globe From bestselling author Albert J.
Bernstein The author of Dinosaur Brains offers protection from people who seek to destroy the emotional and psychological well-being of others.4/5(5).
Editions for Emotional Vampires: Dealing with People Who Drain You Dry: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), Either way, it only takes an hour of conversation with an emotional vampire before one is inspired to slam their forehead against a hard surface repeatedly.
Make the noise stop. Please, make it stop. Emotional vampires are also apt to make grand public displays in order to garner attention. Again, these can be both self-serving or self-loathing.
Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book. Protect yourself from people who take undue advantage and suck the energy out of your life Emotional Vampires will help you cope effectively with the people in your life that confound you, confuse you, and seem to sap every ounce of your energy.
Best-selling author Albert J. Bernstein helped thousands of people deal with the dangerously stupid at work in Dinosaur Brains.
In Emotional Vampires he goes even further to protect unsuspecting mortals from more devious and harmful creatures vampires ready to bite, suck, and kill the emotional and psychological wellbeing of their victims.
Like the fabled demons, these vampires come in many. Typically, emotional vampires are all about them. So they will talk about their problems ad nauseam without reciprocating the gesture or, they will manage to change the level of excitement in a room full of people from happy to irritated and angry.
The five most common types of emotional vampires, identified by UCLA psychiatrist Judith Orloff in her book Emotional Freedom: Liberate Yourself from Negative Emotions and Transform Your Life, are the “Narcissistic” type, the “Victim” type, the “Criticizing” type.
The term ‘emotional vampires’ or ‘energy vampires’ has become a term used to describe certain individuals that do exactly as the name suggests. They suck the energy or emotion out of others.
From the workplace bully to that needy friend, whether they do it intentionally or unintentionally, the ‘emotional vampires’ in your life can.
Buy a cheap copy of Emotional Vampires: Dealing With People book by Albert J. Bernstein. Bernstein provides a field guide to the various types of Emotional Vampires and advises readers how to protect themselves from being victims of these predatory Free shipping over $ Perhaps you're involved with an emotional vampire.
Most people are good at heart, but there are those who seem to thrive on dragging others down. By learning how to identify emotional vampires, you can deal with them efficiently and permanently with the helpful tools in this entertaining and informative : If you want to know if someone is an Emotional Vampire, hold up a self-help book that describes his personality perfectly and see if there’s a spark of recognition.
With both kinds of vampires there will be nothing there. Night-stalking vampires have no reflections; Emotional Vampires have no insight.” “VAMPIRES ARE MORE POWERFUL IN THE DARK.