Meredith Resnick, L.C.S.W., worked in direct healthcare and mental health care for more than two decades. As a therapist turned writer, she makes complex topics accessible to all readers, giving right-brained creativity to left-brained concepts and clarity to topics related to human nature that often baffle and confuse. Her goal: to create connections between human beings and their patterns of behavior, between the universal and the personal, the heart and the mind. Her work has appeared in Newsweek, Bride's, JAMA, Journal of Palliative Care.com, 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. She is the author of Narcissism: Surviving the Self-Involved and Surving the Narcissist: 30 Days of Recovery.
Visit her website: meredithresnick.com