Narcissism, Narcissists & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

 This page is focused first on those who are suffering from the behaviors of a Narcissist. Resources will be added later for Narcissists. For now our scope includes a range of topics, such as: Narcissism and relationships, dealing with a Narcissist, healing from Narcissistic abuse, Narcissistic personality symptoms, understanding Narcissistic behavior, dealing with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and surviving a Narcissist. 

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Timely Resources:

As noted by author/expert: Shahida Arabi: "Although clinical research has been conducted on narcissism as a disorder, less is known about its effects on victims who are in toxic relationships with partners with Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Individuals with this disorder engage in chronic devaluation and manipulation of their partners, a psychological and emotional phenomenon known as "narcissistic abuse." Unfortunately, the full extent of what narcissistic abuse entails is not taught in any psychology class or diagnostic manual. 


Since pathological narcissists are unlikely to seek treatment for their disorder, it is difficult to pinpoint what exactly makes a narcissistic abuser tick and the manipulative tactics they use, which are likely to differ from those of other types of abusers as they are more covert and underhanded. What is even more baffling is the addiction we form with our narcissistic abusers, created by biochemical bonds and trauma bonds that are also unlike any other relationship we experience."


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"People with Borderline or Narcissistic Personality Disorders have a serious mental illness that primarily affects their intimate, personal, and family relationships. Often they appear to be normally functioning at work and in public interactions, and Narcissists may even be highly effective, in the short term, in some work or social situations. However, in intimate relationships, they can be emotional, aggressive, demeaning, illogical, paranoid, accusing, and controlling—in the extreme. 


Their ability to function normally or pleasantly can suddenly change in an instant, like flipping a switch. These negative behaviors don’t happen once in a while, they happen almost continuously in their intimate relationships and most often, and especially with their Caretaker family member. " Author notes


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"Have you ever been in a relationship with a psychopath? Chances are, even if you did, you would never know it. Psychopaths are cunning charmers and master manipulators, to the point where you start to accept the most extreme behaviors as normal...Even if it hurts you.

All around us, every single day, human beings devoid of empathy are wreaking havoc and destroying lives in the coldest, most heartless ways imaginable. In constant pursuit of money, sex, influence, or simple entertainment, psychopaths will do whatever it takes to gain power over others. They hide behind a veil of normalcy, arranging their friends and partners like pawns in a game of chess.

Using false praise and flattery to get what they want, they can lure any unsuspecting target into a relationship.  Once hooked, their charming promises spin into mind games and psychological torture. Victims are left devastated and confused, unable to recognize—or even put into words—the nightmare that just took place.

Written from the heart, Psychopath Free is the first guide for survivors written by a survivor, offering hope for healing and thriving after psychopathic abuse. Say goodbye to the chaos, self-doubt, and victimization. You are free." Author notes.


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ALSO see Emotional Abuse pager HERE.

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Emotional abuse happens in multiple ways, within couples, families and other relationships between people. Its effects can be intense and prolonged. 

This book speaks to the emotional abuse inflicted by liars, cheats and Narcissists.


The author reveals a true story  aimed at helping “victims” cope and recover. 

If you’re not a victim it may help you or someone you know avoid becoming one. 


The author also provides valuable insights for those in “helping professions” whose clients have suffered abuse – as well as family members and friends who want to better understand so they can better be of support to their abused loved ones.


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