The presenter of this video discusses his personal experience with Narcissist Emotional Manipulation and Abuse! To hear someone else discuss their experience with a Narcissist can be cathartic, in that you can see and hear that what happened to you was never your fault.
You were not to blame. You were a targeted victim.
Video is courtesy of the Farrah Voss YouTube channel
A really good video, which explains how you became attached to your Narcissist.
Video is courtesy of the Balance Psychologies YouTube channel
… This excellent post is courtesy of the Echo Got Her Voice blog at https://howechogothervoice.com
AGAIN I REPEAT: Do not go to fixing, helping, and explaining. Ns will suck you in. This will result in basically explaining away all of their negative treatment. Receiving help from me was typically used in this manner. George K. Simon discusses in his book regarding dealing with disturbed characters, “Help is not chasing after someone to give them something we think is of value even when they haven’t asked for it and show no appreciation for it.” He goes on to explain that in offering help to someone who shows no willingness to change and has probably already heard the same thing many times, we inevitably end up in a position to be hurt and increase their ability to continue their bad behavior.
I choose men that need my help. According to my therapists, I fear real intimacy. The therapists say I feel unworthy of it in my own…
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Very informative interview with a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Doctor with a PhD in Psychology who is also a Professor of Psychology at California State University.
The final key about the author Dr. Ramani Durvasula is that she is a specialist in Narcissism. She is also one of extremely few Medical Professionals who will “publicly” state that Narcissists “cannot” be changed.
Many people write books about Narcissists. Few have this author’s credentials and actual experience. She is well worth listening to.
Informative interview with Dr. Ramani Durvasula author of the book titled: “Surviving a Narcissist in a Relationship (Should I Stay or Should I Go?)“.
Video courtesy of the Narcissism Survivor YouTube channel