Cynthia Bailey-Rug is happily married to Eric Rug. Together they live outside Annapolis, Maryland with their menagerie of lovely pets.
Cynthia has been a Christian since 1996, and believes God has called her to write. She always loved writing, but realized it was her purpose in 2003. She has since written many articles, and several books. She also has edited books for other up and coming authors. She enjoys reading, animals, classic cars, crafts, gardening, gadgets, and spending time with her friends, family and pets.
She has written the following books:
When A Narcissistic Parent Dies: Expanded Version
Regrettably Related: A Guide to Toxic In-laws
When Love Hurts: Loving A Narcissist
When A Narcissistic Parent Dies
In Sheep's Clothing: All About Covert Narcissists
The Truth About Elderly Narcissists
It's Not You, It's Them! When People Are More Than Selfish
Children and Narcissistic Personality Disorder: A Guide For Parents
Life After Narcissistic Abuse: There Is Healing and Hope
It's All About ME! The Facts About Maternal Narcissism
You Are Not Alone!
Emerging From The Chrysalis
A Witness Of Faith
Lessons From The Heart: What Animals Have Taught Me About Life And Love
All I Know About Marriage...I Learned The Hard Way!
Pawprints On Our Hearts
Baptism of Joy
Facets Of Love
Sins Of The Father
The Christian Woman’s Guide To Killing Her Husband
All books and many free ebooks are available on her website at:
What do you read for pleasure?
I enjoy the classics, "Dracula" in particular, as well as "Frankenstein" and even Shakespeare. I also love Victoria Holt and older Stephen King books in the fiction genre. As far as non-fiction, I love T.D. Jakes, Joyce Meyer and Jesse Duplantis.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I have an android tablet with the kindle app that I love. I only wish it allowed me to organize my ebooks better.
"When a Narcissistic Parent Dies: Expanded Version" was written to help readers find ways to cope during this challenging time, deal with those who do not understand, and whether or not to visit a dying parent or attend the funeral. More information was added to these issues and what to do if designated personal representative.
Written from a Christian perspective.
"Regrettably Related: A Guide to Toxic In-laws" offers a Christian perspective on this incredibly challenging situation. In this book, you will learn what you can expect from toxic in-laws, ways to cope with their abusive behavior, things to consider if you are contemplating ending the relationship and also ways to cope with a spouse who sees no problems with the situation.
"When Love Hurts: Loving a Narcissist" offers a Christian perspective on this difficult situation. It also will teach you about Narcissistic Personality Disorder, identifying narcissists, ways to cope with their abusive behavior and help you decide whether to stay or leave.
"When a Narcissistic Parent Dies" is designed to help the reader find ways to cope during this challenging time, create ways to deal with people who do not understand, as well as help the reader make difficult decisions such as whether or not to visit a dying parent or attend the funeral.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder is a very common problem in society today, and children are very often victims. They need to understand what is happening, and that it is not their fault. This book will help you to learn how to talk to your child about this difficult subject, no matter your child's age.
In "Life After Narcissistic Abuse: There Is Healing and Hope" the author describes not only the various and sometimes unexpected types of problems narcissistic abuse causes, but also ways to help yourself heal.
Drawing on experiences with her narcissistic mother, the author explains NPD, problems it causes, ways to heal, and how to manage a relationship with narcissistic parent, all from a Christian perspective.
Although this book is written from the perspective of a daughter with a narcissistic mother, the information is pertinent to sons of narcissistic mothers or those with narcissistic fathers.
"You Are Not Alone!" tackles the taboo topic of abusive mothers from a Christian perspective. This book offers advice for setting boundaries, taking care of oneself, how to honor an abusive parent and more.