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Author Nina Brown on coping with narcissistic parents A narcissist is someone who needs admiration, lacks empathy and has an inflated sense of their own importance. While only about 1 per cent of the population has actual narcissistic personality disorder, many people can exhibit related behaviours – and some researchers believe these traits are on the rise thanks to our culture of endless self-esteem boosting. When narcissists become parents, it can have a poisonous effect on their children, says Nina Brown, a professor in the department of counselling and human services at Old Dominion University in Virginia. Dealing with such a parent can be incredibly frustrating, she says, especially as children become more responsible for parents as they age. After hearing endless complaints about the hardships of dealing with aging, narcissistic parents, Brown was prompted to write her new book, Children of the Aging Self-Absorbed, published in August by New Harbinger Publications, Inc.