Take your life back.
Take your life back.
Health and wellness campaigns preach avoidance of unhealthy foods, sedentary lifestyles, tobacco, drugs, and alcohol, but rarely preach avoidance of unhealthy, difficult or toxic people. Yet the health benefits of removing toxic people from your life may have far greater benefits to both physical and psychological health. We need to learn to be better gatekeepers for our minds, bodies, and souls.
There are few lives untouched by narcissists. These relationships infect those who are in them with self-doubt, despair, confusion, anxiety, depression, and the chronic feeling of being “not enough,” all of which make it so difficult to step away and set boundaries. The illusion of hope and the fantasy of redemption can result in years of second chances, and despondency when change never comes.
It’s time for a wake-up call. It’s time to stem the tide of narcissism, entitlement, and antagonism, and take our lives back.
Should I Stay or Should I Go? is a survival manual, a guidebook―and a shot of reality. Some people will never change, and kissing frogs is the stuff of fairy tales, not real life. The Beast never turns out to be a nice guy (or gal). This is a book that breaks down what mean people do to us, how they do it, and what we can do to survive.
In You Are WHY You Eat, food becomes a digestible metaphor. If you are gorging and numbing yourself with food, are you doing the same thing in life? Instead of trying to please others all the time, what would happen if you listened to your inner voice? What if you could find a way to stop eating, stop working at a bad job, stop a bad relationship before you walk down the aisle—stop anything when you are full? Understanding WHY you eat can lead to real and lasting change–both in your weight loss and all other areas of your life.
New Book by Dr. Ramani Coming Soon…!
Giving a TEDx Talk at TEDx Sedona
Leading a Congressional Briefing on Psychology of Poverty
Speaking at SxSW 2018 about staying sane and healthy in a narcissistic world
Explaining the difference between Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Sociopaths
Giving expert advice to Andrew Hales on LAHWF
Dr. Ramani’s YouTube Channel
Sexual Disorientation is a weekly podcast featuring clinical psychologist and Professor of Psychology Dr. Ramani. Each episode Dr. Ramani welcomes an interesting guest to talk sex, relationships, and every taboo topic in between.