Unmasking the Narcissist in Yourself – An Interview with Alonzo Harris

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Do you feel compelled to overcome the narcissism in yourself? You can admit it; this is a safe place. We have interviewed hundreds of influencers and heard stories of people suffering from a narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). If you are continuously struggling with your inner-self and are always looking for validation, then most probably you have NPD. Don’t worry, we will help you by sharing the highlights of our interview with Alonzo Harris, a writer of a book titled, Forgive Me for My Sins. He is a self-confessed narcissist who regained control of his life after suffering from NPD.

Forgive Me for My Sins is his masterpiece that he wrote to give hope, support, and guidance to people who lead narcissistic lives. This interview will prove to be very beneficial to you. The book Forgive Me for My Sins will help people escape from the dark and see the world through a new perspective by mending relationships and feeling free.

Stay tuned and read on.

The interview with Alonzo Harris is informative. We have tried to cover every aspect of the book to revolutionize your life. After a shot of brew and greetings, the proper interview session began.

The first question interviewer asked is:

Interviewer: what is the concept of a book?

Writer: My life is full of manipulations. After self-reflection and sudden dawn of truth, inspired me to write a book, Forgive Me for Sins.  I wanted to share my feelings with people. What I felt after knowing that I am suffering from narcissistic personality disorder. That was a time when I felt extreme rage and I didn’t know how to control myself. But I calmed myself and started finding the ways to cope from it.

My motto is simply to become an example for countless people. That it is not your fault. It is a disorder that can be defeated.

Interviewer: Can you share your thoughts, what were you thinking while writing Forgive Me for My Sins?

Writer: Forgive Me for My Sins is my first attempt of expiation of sins. Destroying the lives of people is something I believe Jesus Christ never forgive. But it was a time of introspection in my life. I realized my selfishness and everything I done with others.  I accept the mistakes and conditions I am going through.

The only thing that continuously hit my mind while creating Forgive Me for My Sins was that “it’s time to break the chain of making others’ lives miserable and give hope to people going through tough times.

Interviewer: Share your story that might instill hope in people that there is the door to escape after reading Forgive Me for My Sins?

Writer: I led a life asking for validation, constant attention, in result destroying people lives. I went to high school. Then worked as an assistant manager. I also went to prison. My whole life is a story of manipulation and more manipulation. Than one day, when I stood in front of a mirror, I was shocked to see that I was not a person I thought I was. At that time, he knew he had to atone for his sins. Forgive me for my Sins is part of its repentance journey.

Forgive Me for my Sins is wholesome of Alonzo’s life, and readers if you sense that some force continually makes you feel inadequate, the chances you are suffering the same.

Forgive Me for my Sins helps you identify the disorder and sow the seed of hope.

Interview: How the book Forgive me for My Sins is beneficial for the readers?

Writer: Accepting that you are a narcissistic person is tough.  Forgive Me for My Sins helps you identify the patterns and help you determine how to deal with them. Believe it or not, you need to admit the situation because there is no other way to get away from it until you accept it.

The pattern narcissist shows are that they constantly destroy other lives just to fill the void inside them. Forgive Me for My Sins might help people to know your true self. He emphasizes, ‘you are not alone. But you need to improve and stop making excuses.’

Interview: Tell is it OK to tell people about it?

Writer: Yup! It’s absolutely fine to tell people about your condition. It’s the bitter truth that there is no outward to share your feelings. But it’s high time we should raise a voice, talk on strong topics and help people. Because whenever we mute our voice, another case comes in front of eyes and we will have to face serious consequences.

The primary purpose of writing Forgive Me for my Sins besides atonement is to spread the story of a confused young man and how he overcame all shortcomings.

In a nutshell,

Accept, Repent and Embark on a new journey.’