Rakhi Kapoor, a best-selling author, publishes her most recent book, Now You Breathe: Overcoming Abusive Relationships.

Rakhi Kapoor is a 25-book author and four Amazon India best-seller . Her most recent book examines the negative effects of emotional, verbal, and physical abuse in relationships .

Rakhi Kapoor, a 25-book author and four Amazon India best-seller, was born in New Delhi, India, on November 24.Noe You Breathe, her most recent book, examines the negative effects of emotional, verbal, and physical abuse in relationships.Important interpersonal relationships in personal and professional contexts should be nurturing and loving.Who is policing verbal abuse and mental violence against a spouse, a child, a sibling, or a coworker within four walls, creating a hostile environment.

It is not a serious offence that should be reported.Toxic relationships can be the source of low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, fear, anxiety, insecurities, and many more.This book is written for those lukewarm souls who cry themselves to sleep, the ones who wear their heart out in their sleeves, make themselves vulnerable in love, compassion, and compassion for others.The ones who stay up at night in bewilderment wonder what did they do less for their loved ones?

A dysfunctional relationship affects a child or the parties involved in it.It makes the perpetrators and those who were assaulted bitter and enraged.Through the victims, this poisoning then spreads from one individual to a whole family.It is like a famine that can stifle a civilized life in a society.

Rakhi Kapoor also highlights the similarities between red flags in a relationship that arises as a result of contradicting mindsets or value structures when dealing with narcissists and people with personality disorders such as sociopathy, psychopathy, etc.The book includes a guideline for identifying red flags, negotiate, leave, or heal from destructive relationships.Since she has first-hand experience in dealing with and overcoming the challenges of an intimate relationship involving a person with a personality disorder in close quarters, this book is a treaty she holds dear to her heart.For sale, this book is available on Amazon, Flipkart, Kobo, Ingram, Notion Press, and Google Play.

She has a wealth of knowledge of relationships and mental health, having counseled young men and women, as individuals and parents.

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