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Kim is the author of seven books on the topic of relationships and emotional intelligence.

A prolific multi-media content innovator, Kim has created and shared a library of articles and multi-media educational tools including radio shows,
movies and poetry on 'The NC Marriage', and 'The Love Safety Net'.

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  1. Great show. Thank you for sharing all of the knowledge that you do and for not giving up on your relationship. I have learned so much from you over the past year and a half. For me, I don’t want to give up on my relationship because the Holy Bible talks a lot about not divorcing and to me that means that God knows there is a way for even the hardest relationships to work out.
    Things are still really difficult in my relationship but I am starting to feel some confidence in myself. Hopefully this is rock bottom and that things will go up soon.
    I also wanted to say thank you to Steve for admitting his wrongs. It seems that would be difficult. You are very strong and mature to take the blame and then admit to your mistakes. I hope my husband will be like you in that way one day.

  2. Wow! You both are truly amazing. Great interview and thanks for having the courage to share this sensitive and personal issue. I sit here as though watching your interview was a little divine intervention. My husband is a hard nut to crack, ouch! We (seemed) to have an ideal marriage and beautiful family (23 years) until three years ago with my “discovery” of his online/in person porn addiction (which I am certain goes back a lot further than my discovery). His narcissistic traits became most apparent to me then, and in my opinion, today are quite severe. It is mind busting as you know. Too often though, the professionals deal with this in a “one size fits all” or “cookie cutter” fashion which is; run, no contact and never look back. You give me a glimmer of hope. How did Steve get the courage to let someone assess and diagnose his narcissism? That is key (can I borrow your key?) I cannot get my husband to go there because he maintains that I am the one that needs help. I am hoping I can get him to watch this video later. How did you allow yourself to admit your weaknesses Steve. My guy couldn’t come up with anything he thinks he needs to improve in himself or in our relationship. It’s all my imagination……..he says I am the one who needs work (I certainly agree with that, and don’t we all).

    1. Hi anon, Steve was never diagnosed as such – but assessed by professionals that knew us and we had seen together. A diagnosis is not necessary and usually not possible. Much better for you to just get started on our books!!!

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