A THOUSAND PAPER CUTS: A THERAPIST, HER NARCISSIST, HIS TRAP by Heather Boorman-Morris, MSW, LCSW, is Armin Lear Press’s latest self-help book. It is being released concurrently with the audiobook of Cynthia Zayn’s NARCISSISTIC LOVERS (Second Edition).
In introducing her personal story, Heather invites readers to imagine being in an abusive marriage for two decades—and not even knowing it. As a bright and confident therapist, successful businesswoman, author, and international speaker, Heather Boorman-Morris was the antithesis of the stereotypical abused woman. Yet, she was the woman who stayed in an abusive marriage without knowing why or how.
A THOUSAND PAPER CUTS brings readers inside the mind, heart, and experiences of a victim of covert narcissistic abuse. With raw vulnerability, Heather shares her story, from love bombing to devaluing to freedom, highlighting the destructiveness an abuser can have without ever raising a fist.
In A THOUSAND PAPER CUTS, as well as the audiobook of Cynthia Zayn’s NARCISSISTIC LOVERS, you can hear the cognitive dissonance and confusion a narcissist’s target experiences. Learn the subtle strategies and patterns covert abusers use. Challenge society’s inaccurate conceptions of who gets abused and what abusers look like.
Both titles give voice for all those who can’t speak, shining light into the dark corners of their lives to let them know they are not alone. Through a combination of real-life experiences and professional expertise, the authors raise awareness of the abuse cycle and covert psychological manipulation. They join other advocates to shift society’s narrative away from victim-blaming and toward holding abusers accountable. Most importantly, they bring hope and shows that freedom is possible.
Both books are available worldwide in English, with the audiobook of NARCISSISTIC LOVERS distributed across more than 50 channels worldwide, including Apple Books, Spotify, Deezer, Google Play, Kobo, Scribd, Storytel, and Bibliotheca.
About the Authors
Heather Boorman-Morris, MSW, LCSW’s writings include articles and book contributions on neurodiversity, mental health, and trauma recovery, as well as her first book The Gifted Kids Workbook. Heather teaches as an adjunct professor at the University of St Thomas and has provided therapy through her private practice for over fourteen years.
Cynthia Zayn has 20 years’ experience as a researcher and educator and has focused her work on understanding Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), particularly deconstructing the narratives of the narcissist, and dispelling the confusion and chaos often experienced by those unwittingly “playing their role.” She lives outside of Atlanta, Georgia and is a frequent contributor to the Chicken soup for the Soul series.
About Armin Lear Press
Armin Lear was founded in 2019 with the purpose of publishing books connecting people with ideas that make our lives richer, more fulfilling, and happier. Its founders have 32 years of publishing experience. The company headquarters is near Boulder, Colorado with a production office in Arlington, Virginia and a design team based in Connecticut. Armin Lear is a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association and distributes its books worldwide in English through Ingram and to libraries through Baker & Taylor.
TITLE A Thousand Paper Cuts
SUBTITLE: A Therapist, Her Narcissist, His Trap
AUTHOR: Heather Boorman-Morris, MSW, LCSW
ISBN 978-1-956450-95-8 (paperback), 978-1-956450-96-5 (eBook)
RELEASE January 23, 2024
TITLE Narcissistic Lovers
SUBTITLE: How to Cope, Recover and Move On
AUTHOR: Cynthia Zayn
NARRATOR: Kellie Mitchell
ISBN: 978-1-956450-97-2 (audio)
RELEASE: January 23, 2024
Release ID: 880829