The narcissist lives in a fantasy world of their own creation.
Although psychoanalysts have not reached a consensus on what causes narcissism, the narcissist has a worldview that is characterized by vanity and egotism, not unlike the egocentric behaviors that we associate with very young children. Because of their disordered sense of self, the narcissists are prone to engage in several actions that are damaging to those around them. These include bullying, demeaning comments, and other forms of emotional abuse.
Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional abuse that is characteristic of men and women with a personality disorder. Although this term was first used to describe the type of abuse that narcissistic parents engaged in with their children, this mental abuse can occur in any kind of relationship that involves a narcissist, including the relationship between a married couple and lovers. Though narcissists are remarkable for their lack of empathy, they have enough awareness of the subjective emotional states of others to use this to engage in psychological manipulation and mind control. Narcissistic relationships are problematic because the partner in the relationship often is clueless as to the character of the person they are dealing with and the nature of the bond they have formed. Narcissistic relationships follow a pattern that involves the narcissist creating an idealized version of themselves filled with false displays of love, followed by demeaning and devaluing the other person, and finally discarding and destroying them completely. The phases of the narcissistic relationship will be described in detail in Healing After Narcissistic Abuse: Recovering from Emotionally Abusive Relationship; How to Recognize Covert Manipulation Psychology in a Narcissistic Relationship to Fight Narcissism and Codependency.
To help you on your healing journey, will be covered the following topics:
- The Psychoanalytical Approach to Narcissism
- The Types of Narcissists
- The False Self and the True Self and the Language of Narcissist
- Who the Narcissist Targets and Why
- The Tools of Narcissistic Brainwashing
- The Abuse Cycle
- Gaslighting and Other Tactics of the Narcissist
- Signs that you are in a Relationship with a Narcissist
- How to Beat Codependency in the Narcissistic Relationship
- How to Defend yourself against Mind Control
- The Steps of the Healing Process
To Healing from narcissistic abuse, you do not have to go it alone.
Equipped with the right tools, you can return to a life where you experienced joy and were not isolated from others.
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