Anonymous Writer Pens New Book as Wake-Up Call for Modern-Day Relationship Seekers Caught in Toxic Web of Struggle Love

Nine Narcissists My Friends Love…Whom You Should Run Away From available for sale through online book retailers.

Author of Nine Narcissists My Friends Love…Whom You Should Run Away From hopes to inspire change in toxic relationship culture with cautionary narrative.

DALLAS, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, June 1, 2023/ — In an article published in USA TODAY last year, writer Jenna Ryu posed the question: “Why do we romanticize the toxic relationship dynamic commonly referred to as “struggle love” in reference to non-platonic relationships today, particularly when it comes to assessing the love lives of celebrities?” In the world of modern dating, this question is not only fair but necessary to evaluate. Social media commentators from every base of society have given input that alludes to enduring the challenges of struggle love not only being considered acceptable on a broad scale but also a rite of passage for anyone in this generation seeking long-term romantic partnerships.

The author of a newly released book about toxic relationships hopes to force struggle love back into its proper place of perspective and help change the dynamics of the present toxic relationship culture that many in society want to desperately navigate safely away from. Nine Narcissists My Friends Love…Whom You Should Run Away From addresses the silent crisis that has largely shaped today’s dating climate through the presentation of composite fictional stories developed in part from the anonymous author’s real-world experiences with individuals who have exhibited narcissistic traits.

In acknowledgement of World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day, the author suggests that this type of narrative offers helpful insight for individuals seeking to develop tools for setting healthy boundaries and relationship standards and potentially unlearn destructive, self-defeating relationship patterns.

It is important to note that the author is not a licensed relationship counselor or mental health professional, and the information in the book is not intended to offer credentialed relationship advice or diagnose or treat any mental health condition. Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional abuse that can be challenging to recognize or understand. It can be subtle and insidious or overt and destructive and can happen in any kind of relationship – family, romantic, work, or friendship. Narcissistic abuse is a serious problem that can have lasting effects on the victim’s mental and physical health and may require support from a licensed professional to heal from.

Nine Narcissists My Friends Love…Whom You Should Run Away From is currently available for digital download and in paperback through,,, and other online retailers. Information about the book is available at

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