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Wow! I didn't find it narcissistic at all. On the contrary, I thought her memoir came from an endearing, honest place. In fact, I found her candidness and brutal honesty to be representative of many of my thoughts and feelings, and I would venture to say that due to the book's appeal many others feel the same way. Why is discovering what fulfills oneself a horrible thing? Finding what makes yourself truely happy will enable others to do the same. To me, this book represented a human beings journey toward self honesty; a journey that many of us are frightened to embark upon.