Dr. Ramani

"We must have tremendous empathy for narcissistic people, otherwise we lose the best parts of ourselves. And I'll be damned if somebody whose toxic, is going to be the reason the most beautiful part of myself gets turned off" -Dr. Ramani


Category: Connection, mental health

  • Mother
  • Professor of Psychology
  • Licensed clinical psychologist
  • Author
  • Media commentator
  • Public speaker

Dr. Ramani Durvasala is a licensed clinical psychologist, professor of Psychology and author. Dr. Ramani is currently most known for her work on narcisisstic abuse.

She comes from a traditional Indian family, born and raised in the US. Later in life she got married and had two daughters. Unfortunately, her marriage ended due to incompatibility. 

Her career began to really take off after she became a single parent. She's been on talkshows, podcasts, TED-talks and so on. Currently she posts daily video's on narcisstic abuse on YouTube, gives (virtual) workshops, and does speaking engagements.

Her teachings
With the advancements of technology and social media, narcissism is at an all time high. She, herself, had her own fair share of encounters with narcissistic people. Via her social media channels she teaches us how to deal with narcissism within our relationships.
In the end, self-acceptance is one of the most important tools in our toolbox.
Just be okay with who you are, and don't let anyone else tell you about yourself.


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