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“Narcissism is increasing,”

“Narcissism is increasing,” ALEXANDRIA, La. (BP) — “Narcissism is increasing,” concluded W. Keith Campbell, head of the department of psychology at the University of Georgia, “notably in the form of grandiose narcissism and NPD [narcissistic personality disorder].” Campbell made those observations in a recent article for the British newspaper The Independent, titled “Are we more […]

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The Narcissist Abusive Adult Child

When you discover you are just the same as the Narcissistic parent who bought you up The Narcissist parent teaches you how to be a Narcissist. The Narcissist parent teaches their own child how to be disrespectful They teach you how to cheat and lie. They show you how to have no empathy for anyone. […]

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It’s not your job to save or fix them

The grandiose people, because they feel superior, they’re very unlikely to seek treatment. Rather, they hold a grievance against the world, which will eventually cause for a deep craving for admiration and lead the narcissistic to lead a life searching for fleeting ego boosts. The narcissist is unwilling to unravel the false ego self, which […]

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You’re a narcissist and don’t even know it

You constantly feel under appreciatedYou think everyone else is stupid Obsessing over your appearanceYou really like to swear at peopleYou are self-righteousYou are a serial romanticYou cheat in relationshipsYou put some people on pedestalsYou like to put other people downYour parents both ignored and adored youIf you’re not grandiose, then you’re introverted, hypersensitive, defensive, and […]

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When the Narcissist Fails

By now we recognize how dangerous these individuals are precisely because their pathology drives so much of their sordid behavior, especially toward others. Their common traits such as: a hyper inflated sense of entitlement, grandiose feelings of superiority or uniqueness, delusions of infallibility, incessant disregard for the truth, perennial conniving and scheming to take advantage […]

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How to know if someone’s ready to change

Again, some people with narcissistic tendencies might not have an interest in changing. But others do. How do you determine whether you or someone close to you is ready to change? There’s no single answer. “Someone would have to recognize that primarily seeing others as resources, rather than people with their own interests, is causing […]

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How to Confront The Narcissist?

According to Sam Vaknin, self-proclaimed narcissist and author of Malignant Self-Love, the simplest way is by abandoning him or by threatening to abandon him. The threat to abandon can be vague and doesn’t have to be conditional (“If you do/ don’t do something – I will leave you”). When you confront a narcissist, you must […]

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The narcissist believes his own illusions

The narcissist believes his own illusions, and is blind to the fact that others can see through them.  For those people who are outside the circle of Narcissistic Supply, they can see the games that are being played, having lost respect for him, they wisely give the narcissist a wide berth.  Impervious in his armor […]

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My Narcissistic Father’s Attempt to Make a Mini-Me

 read the full  story here:- My Narcissistic Father’s Attempt to Make a Mini-Me Both of my parents are narcissists who divorced when I was six. I resided primarily with my mother and spent every other weekend at my father’s. One Saturday my father arrived unannounced. He had me get in the back seat of his car […]

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Why Your Narcissistic Parent Needs You

Why Your Narcissistic Parent Needs You Posted on January 14, 2015 by Chase Isn’t is puzzling? No matter how much you ignore your narcissistic parent they keep coming back to you. Even if you say “I don’t want any contact with you,” they’re back. It’s like trying to stop that stray dog from following you […]

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