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Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man In This Revelatory, Authoritative Portrait Of Donald J Trump And The Toxic Family That Made Him, Mary L Trump, A Trained Clinical Psychologist And Donald S Only Niece, Shines A Bright Light On The Dark History Of Their Family In Order To Explain How Her Uncle Became The Man Who Now Threatens The World S Health, Economic Security, And Social FabricMary Trump Spent Much Of Her Childhood In Her Grandparents Large, Imposing House In The Heart Of Queens, Where Donald And His Four Siblings Grew Up She Describes A Nightmare Of Traumas, Destructive Relationships, And A Tragic Combination Of Neglect And Abuse She Explains How Specific Events And General Family Patterns Created The Damaged Man Who Currently Occupies The Oval Office, Including The Strange And Harmful Relationship Between Fred Trump And His Two Oldest Sons, Fred Jr And DonaldA First Hand Witness To Countless Holiday Meals And Family Interactions, Mary Brings An Incisive Wit And Unexpected Humor To Sometimes Grim, Often Confounding Family Events She Recounts In Unsparing Detail Everything From Her Uncle Donald S Place In The Family Spotlight And Ivana S Penchant For Re Gifting To Her Grandmother S Frequent Injuries And Illnesses And The Appalling Way Donald, Fred Trump S Favorite Son, Dismissed And Derided Him When He Began To Succumb To Alzheimer SNumerous Pundits, Armchair Psychologists, And Journalists Have Sought To Parse Donald J Trump S Lethal Flaws Mary L Trump Has The Education, Insight, And Intimate Familiarity Needed To Reveal What Makes Donald, And The Rest Of Her Clan, Tick She Alone Can Recount This Fascinating, Unnerving Saga, Not Just Because Of Her Insider S Perspective But Also Because She Is The Only Trump Willing To Tell The Truth About One Of The World S Most Powerful And Dysfunctional Families Thumbs up Or Thumbs down Isn t that a question many of us around the world have been curious about The book was released at midnight July 14th.I d bet thousands of people like myself , have already finished it I ve got to take some personal inventory why did I feel an urgency obsession desire to read this book today It s easy to quickly come up with answers as to why I rushed to read it.But perhaps it svaluable to sit with the question longer Fact is.Trump s bizarre Thumbs up Or Thumbs down Isn t that a question many of us around the world have been curious about The book was released at midnight July 14th.I d bet thousands of people like myself , have already finished it I ve got to take some personal inventory why did I feel an urgency obsession desire to read this book today It s easy to quickly come up with answers as to why I rushed to read it.But perhaps it svaluable to sit with the question longer Fact is.Trump s bizarre evil unkind behavior and choices are sooo mind boggling for many of us.there still is a sense of mystery about himas in WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THIS MAN YesI understand we intellectually know he s ill We intellectually know he s not going to change.but a part of us still hope we can reason with Mr Unreasonable.We can t.and it s maddening frustrating.Another question WHAT IS WRONG with the rest of us to have allowed a mentally unstable unqualified dangerous racist mean cheating lying monster of a human being..to be President of the United States of America YES.THIS BOOK IS WORTH READING Are there juicy parts Inside family gossip and commentaries You betcha Some parts were very interesting..some parts just very sad.and a few parts dull But overall.a valuable short time investment , book Mary L Trump s perspectives come with her professional qualifications, as a clinical psychologist, personal experiences, honest as one can be objective points of view, and a few of her own biases splitting at the seems Not sure I can blame Mary for thisbut a little resentment is noticeable Viva la la dirty laundry highlightsand or excerpts.Donald Trump cheated on his SAT s paid someone to take them The media failed to notice that not one member of Donald s family, apart from his children, his son in law and his current wife, said a word in support of him during the entire campaign WOW My thoughts many of us were too nonchalant never believing Trump would win We thought it was a joke Ha.the joke has been on us for the past 3.5 years.and now nothing is funny any longer Our country is in need of serious help Donald Trump s need for affirmation is so great that he doesn t seem to notice that the largest group of his supporters are condescending people who wouldn t be seen with him outside of a rally Donald today is as capable as he was at three years old.incapable of growing, learning or revolving, able to regulate his emotions, moderate his responses, or take in and synthesize information Nothing is ever enough Trump goes far beyond the garden style narcissism Donald is not simply weak His ego is a fragile thing that must be bolstered every moment because he knows deep down that he is nothing of what he claims to be He knows he has never been loved So he must draw you in if he can by getting you to accent even the most seemingly insignificant thing He makes his insecurities and vulnerabilities other peoples responsibility His bragging is not really directed at the audience in front of himbut of his audience of one Our country is suffering from false positivity With literally thousands of people reading or audiobook listening to this book today July 14th, 2020 release date 300 pages or 7 hours and 5 minutes audio dozens of reviews professional and mainstream reviews , can be found on the Internet already I can t help but wonder how human thought is shifting around the worldAs a global community.what are we readers , really seeking from this book I think in actuality we wantthan the inside family scoop.but the inside insights are a great place to start so thank you Mary L Trump It took me a few chapters to feel invested fully in this book I wondered if I was going to learn anything new about Donald Trump.I did.but nothing was shocking.still there were eye openers.Contextually we get the panoramic overview of three men 1 Fred Trump Donald s father a sociopathic, alcoholic,bullying, dictator of a man NOTE this book feels equally about him as it does Donald Trump 2.Fred Trump Jr Mary L Trump s father lots of trials and tribulations between father and first born son and lots of sadness that spills over to Mary Mary suffered watching her dad suffer Fred Trump Jr died young of a heart attack in his early forties 3.Donald Trump mental illness, personality disorder, social anxiety disorder, trauma related disorders, childhood years, real estate years, tax fraud details, holiday stories at Christmas and Thanksgiving, gift giving, Mary s relationship with Uncle Donald through her growing up recollections, etc We are brought to date with Donald s recent handling not handling , the tragic emergence and unfolding devastation of Covid 19 Mary explains why Donald Trump cannot will not is unable to show compassion and empathyWe learned a little about Donald Trump s other siblings and his mother.the broken relationships..We learn about the education Donald had and Mary hadWe can see where Donald was indulged with material things.but not with moral valuesMary Trump s insights are undeniable She confirms what many of us have suspected She s a skillful writer.a good storyteller.And.Her message is clear WE CAN NOT ALLOW DONALD TRUMP A SECOND TERM IN THE WHITE HOUSE.Our country has some serious healing to do GREAT CONTRIBUTION, Mary L Trump Thank you 4 moving rating up to 5 stars.for the value this book might stimulate in the area of world community conversations I want to read this book because I hear that Mary L Trump basically opened up her own tea shop just so she could spill ALL THE TEA on the tangerine tyrantSOMEONE GET ME A COPY, ASAP The first sentence of Leo Tolstoy s novel Anna Karenina is Happy families are all alike every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way I would modernize the second half and say every dysfunctional family is dysfunctional in its own way And then add and always destructive to the children My family of origin was about as dysfunctional as the Trumps, though not in the exact way My mother, was a self described cold fish, frozen by fear with PTSD, and incapable of showing affection Her The first sentence of Leo Tolstoy s novel Anna Karenina is Happy families are all alike every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way I would modernize the second half and say every dysfunctional family is dysfunctional in its own way And then add and always destructive to the children My family of origin was about as dysfunctional as the Trumps, though not in the exact way My mother, was a self described cold fish, frozen by fear with PTSD, and incapable of showing affection Her favorite writer was Ayn Rand My father had a bad temper and excoriated his sons And he was always pressing me to become a medical doctor like himself The fallout for my siblings and me was severe My older brother, with a lifetime weight problem led a distressed, sad life, and died at age 39 My sister eloped young with a guy she barely knew, who is now dead as a result of slow suicide from heavy drinking and smoking Her adult children despise her My younger brother, has a very Trump like personality, a con man who stole from others But his glory days are over he s a homeless drug addict, who refuses help I am the only one who, at least partially, escaped, thanks to years of counseling and training at Stanford University I don t offer these details as a plea for sympathy, but to give a sense that I know what Mary Trump is getting at with her book Like my parents, Donald Trump s were a very dysfunctional pair The damage from this dysfunction washed through the extended family like a huge dark tsunami that swept everything in its wake This includes the author, whose father Fred, Jr was crushed by Fred, Sr Donald survived because he opted to become like his father, what his dad called a killer As Mary writes Donald s personality served his father s purpose That s what sociopaths do they co opt others and use them toward their own ends ruthlessly and efficiently, with no tolerance for dissent or resistance Meanwhile, his mother was an invalid who never stood up for the kids and didn t seem to love them And his father limited Donald s access to his own feelings, rendering many of them unacceptable, thus perverting his son s perception of the world and undermining his ability to live in it As Alice Miller writes in her book, The Drama of the Gifted Child If we re lucky, we have, as infants and toddlers, at least one emotionally available parent who consistently fulfills our needs and responds to our desires for attention Being held and comforted, having our feelings acknowledged and our upsets soothed are all critical for the healthy development of young children This kind of attention creates a sense of safety and security that ultimately allows us to explore the world around us without excessive fear or unmanageable anxiety because we know we can count on the bedrock support of at least one caregiver I have followed this advice firsthand with two, now grown, children and a 17 mo old granddaughter I broke the cycle of emotional distress in my family and did almost everything differently, with happy results As the philosopher Simon Weil rightly observes Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity Without this attention and love, there is a tremendous insecurity in the child and a void that can never be filled He remains needy his whole life and demands constant affirmation and admiration from those around him, and cannot take the slightest bit of criticism or dissent I know this because it s in my own family of origin As Alice Miller also writes The grandiose person is never really free first, because he is excessively dependent on admiration from others, and second, because his self respect is dependent on qualities, functions, and achievements that can suddenly fail Which is exactly what happened with my younger brother.Desperate for attention, Donald predictably acted out at home and in school His mother was at a loss of how to stop this and his dad didn t bother to notice He was always terrorizing other kids and learned to evade responsibility by lying Trump also learned from his father that society s rules didn t apply to him, even while, as the author writes his exaggerated display of self worth drew some people to him, confusing his arrogance for strength, his false bravado for accomplishment, and his superficial interest in them for charisma Again D j vu.With his father s support, Donald became a first class con man But he lacked his father s business acumen He was losing millions and millions of dollars on his failed casinos As the bankruptcies and embarrassments mounted, Donald was confronted for the first time with the limits of his ability to talk or threaten his way out of a problem Always in search of an escape hatch, he came up with a plan to betray his father and steal vast sums of money from his siblings There was a sense in the family that his father was becoming senile, so Trump hired a lawyer to draft a codicil a legal supplement for his father s will that would put Donald in complete control of Fred s estate, including the empire and all its holdings, after he died But Fred was still alert enough to see mischief was afoot and refused to sign Wouldn t you love to have a sibling like that Like his father, Donald had all the classic sociopath traits lack of empathy, a facility for lying, an indifference to right and wrong, abusive behavior, and a lack of interest in the rights of others The personality traits that resulted were displays of narcissism, bullying, grandiosity.Some of his supporters, such as Steve Bannon, suggested earlier this year that Trump could experience a Churchill Moment by rallying the nation to combat Covid But if we know Trump s true character, we know that could never happen He doesn t care if people die and he has no clue how to go off his hate script and inspire people to constructive action.Evangelicals and the alt right see Donald Trump as some kind of savior who will restore the U.S to its supposed white, Christian glory Some believe the hand of God is on him This is why they let slide all of his malfeasance and nasty behavior But we are seeingandthat he is mentally unstable.But if you have a sociopathic leader that people adore, and followers who have no use for democracy, let us ponder what kind of historical situation that reminds us of, shall we How do you nurture a sociopath If you were not aware, this book is written by Donald Trump s niece Mary It is a VERY short book, but it is very good So let s break down a little bit about what this book is exactly You aren t going to find any state secrets here For anyone asking Why Didn t Mary speak out earlier , this is addresses, but this is isn t a political expose At it s heart, Too Much and Never Enough is a story about an extremely twisted family, that is much about the other Trumps How do you nurture a sociopath If you were not aware, this book is written by Donald Trump s niece Mary It is a VERY short book, but it is very good So let s break down a little bit about what this book is exactly You aren t going to find any state secrets here For anyone asking Why Didn t Mary speak out earlier , this is addresses, but this is isn t a political expose At it s heart, Too Much and Never Enough is a story about an extremely twisted family, that is much about the other Trumps as it is Donald Nothing in this book would sway a true believer Nothing here is going to rock the world of an undecided voter because this is a book about who the Trumps are as people We have already seen Trump mock women, non white folks, disabled people We have seen him do so many evil things If you don t know who Trump is by now, I don t really know what to say about you Too Much and Never Enough is this woman s catharsis its a way for her to release her trauma Her book chronicles essentially, how she was became disenchanted with her family before 45 ever decided to run for office, how she was disinherited, and where Fred Trump comes into play as a lynchpin at the center of it all.Mary s father, Fred Trump junior, was an outlier Not necessary a good man, but a complicated one who had made a number of visible mistakes before she was even born She describes his dark relationship with his brother, and her father s slow physical and mental decline as he falls out of favor with Fred Senior Much of this book is really told through her father s eyes, and through the stories he told her before his passing Mary s grandfather Fred is also hi lighted as an abuser that gaslit and traumatized his children, saw the evil in his own younger son, and then raised him as an ideal son to take on the family name Fred Senior s cruelty towards everyone around him, and shady business practices help shaped the monster we now know today as 45 As for Donald Trump Mary uses a number of personal and family stories to paint a picture of Trump s youth Trump s behavior doesn t come out of thin air, and Mary is really able to paint a picture of 45 at his darkest, which started at a much earlier age than some may expect These personal stories are chilling and callous often reflecting his relationships with the American people during his four years as president You get some interesting little tidbits about modern behavior from the family as well, from small squabbles to election night anecdotes Imagine the literary families of Long days Journey Into the Night or Haunting of Hill House The Trump family in Mary s book is almost laughably literary broken wealthy.I highly recommend Too Much and Never Enough, even if you don t find yourself often drawn towards non fiction if only because this is a simple and easy to follow biography that helps us understand how we got where we are now How Donald Trump, against all odds, rose in the ranks of his own family from a younger second son , and ended up making all of us pay for his neurosis.I think most folks would go into this worried that Mary is providing excuses or sympathy for her family, and I can assure you that is not the case Mary is an exceptional author and intelligent woman who makes no excuses for her family, and manages to tell a hard and painful story with striking objectivity and honesty Can t wait to chug some bleach, gas some Americans, and find out how my niece is doing A book exposing trump by his own family member who is a psychologist You KNOW I m ready for all the tea. Very interesting audiobook, narrated by the author The author, referencing a time the extended Trump family visited the White House, They were serving real wine, not Trump wine Oof, lol.If you re interested in what makes Donald Trump tick or his birth family dynamics, this is a must read view spoiler In short, his niece asserts that Trump is easily manipulated by smarter,powerful men due to his relationship with his father hide spoiler Very interesting audiobook, narrated by the author The author, referencing a time the extended Trump family visited the White House, They were serving real wine, not Trump wine Oof, lol.If you re interested in what makes Donald Trump tick or his birth family dynamics, this is a must read view spoiler In short, his niece asserts that Trump is easily manipulated by smarter,powerful men due to his relationship with his father hide spoiler Damn A Trump tell all that he s desperately trying to block publication of You have my full, undivided attention. Okay, this is juicy and I m totally sold for this


About the Author: Mary L. Trump

Mary L Trump, born May 1965, a clinical psychologist, is the oldest child of Fred Trump Jr., and the oldest grandchild of Fred Trump Sr Mary s father died in 1981 at the age of 42 from a heart attack due to alcoholism.


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