Meredith Resnick, L.C.S.W., creates connections: Between clinical experts and their audience. Between human beings and their patterns of behavior. Between the individual and the community. Between the universal and the personal. Between the heart and the mind. A former clinician in inpatient psychiatry, home health and hospice, she writes about the intricacies of relationships. She is the author of Narcissism: Surviving the Self-Involved. Her essays have appeared in Newsweek, Bride's, JAMA, The Orange County Register, Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Chicago Tribune, Dancing at the Shame Prom, The Complete Book of Aunts, Fits and Starts, and others.