Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Anger & Rage:

  1. Use psychology: My experience with histrionic, borderline, avoidant, and narcissistic personalities with fragile egos and anger management problems is that many will fish around to find something to fight or argue about when struggling with life. In cases such as these, you want to use “psychology” to the best of your ability. Using psychology might include delving into the person’s family history and trying to determine why they act the way they act. For example, if you know that Jim was ignored by his mother and abandoned by his father as a child and now as an adult attempts to get attention with “tantrums,” your psychology would be to convince him that you are paying attention or state very clearly that you love him but cannot always give him 100% of your attention. Using psychology involves finding connections and finding ways to temper the “tiger.”
  2. Confront: Some explosive personalities are not easy to tame, convince, or even love at times. Some individuals are so toxic that you must confront them. Your son yells and degrades you every time you overcook a food. He calls you names and says, “I like grandmas food better, sorry!” Confronting him might sound a little like this: “Shawn, I don’t like when you say these things to me, they are hurtful and rude. I never treat you this way, so I expect you treat me the same. I don’t mind your constructive criticism, but your attitude is far from constructive.” Of course, this might turn into a heated argument that could last for days, so choose your battles wisely

https://blogs.psychcentral.com/caregivers/2018/09/anger-rage-10-ways-to-live-with-the-labile-personality/

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