Discover the disturbing reality of how narcissists treat their children, using them for their own gain, ignoring the harm it does to their emotional well-being.
Category: Narcissists & Psychopaths
Narcissists are usually "loud" enough to be noticed. But some of them are not. How do you spot those subtle signs?
Setting boundaries with a narcissistic mother is a vital step for taking care of yourself and establishing healthy relationships.
Trauma bonding is a psychological phenomenon in which a victim of abuse, neglect, or other trauma, grows an emotional attachment to their abuser. But why?
Experts feel that most narcissists are deeply insecure beneath their outward confident behavior and authority facade.
How can you get your revenge on a narcissist without falling to their level and becoming abusive yourself?
Narcissists are manipulative by their very nature, and it is not a cakewalk to derail them into a state of confusion.
When a narcissist hoovers, it means they're trying to entice you back into their company. Learn how to respond to narcissistic hoovering.
Narcissists do cry when they are upset, repentant, or regretful, but these feelings are not always rooted in empathy. So why do they cry?
They are the narcissist's remote-controlled enablers. Find out how to stop a narcissist's flying monkeys and take a sweet revenge.
Narcissistic rage is an unusually dramatic outburst of anger. What happens when you ignore narcissistic rage?
Learn how to recognize the hallmark signs of a typical narcissist, understand how their cunning minds work, and know how to force a narcissistic breakdown.
Narcissistic rage is often uncontrollable. It is extremely difficult to calm down the raging person with logic or explanation. What triggers it?
What happens when you tell a narcissist you love them? The first is how they would react. The second is what you should do to deal with the situation.
The love-bombing phase of a relationship feels deliciously good, but it soon turns out to be nasty and bitter. How to stop it?
Most of us are tired of being constantly disrespected and belittled by a narcissist in our life. So, how do you get them to respect you?
How to manipulate a narcissist and flip the tables without them knowing?
Narcissists will abuse you when they know you want to be in a relationship with them. How do you leave a narcissist with no money in your name?
Trauma bonding can form with anyone who witnessed the traumatic event, including romantic partners, friends, family members, and even first responders.
Love bombing may feel fantastic at first, but in time, it begins to suffocate you as the narcissist starts to invade your boundaries and personal space.
Narcissistic triangulation is emotional abuse. When a narcissist triangulates your relationship, they are intentionally infusing jealousy and insecurity in you.
Narcissist triangulation aims to make you insecure. Parents, teachers, bosses, and spouses may do it. How can you protect yourself from this insidious abuse?
Just because they are grudgeful against you does not make you weaker or less resourceful than them. Keep that in mind before you confront them.
A narcissist will use mirroring as a highly effective tool to flatter you without you realizing it. They will then make you their slave admirers.
Narcissists can feel sadness. They often suffer from low mood, melancholia, and even depression.
We know that narcissists act out of anger when their ego is bruised. What else happens?
This is what happens to a narcissist in the end: they become insecure and helpless. They realize they can't charm anyone, so they grow submissive and lonely.
When your relationship with a narcissist ends, it doesn't mean they disappear from your life. They start what they are experts at — narcissist hoovering.
A female narcissist is turned on when people fall for the make-believe persona they painstakingly built to make people like them.
Female narcissists are charmers who constantly boast about themselves and their exploits while trashing others from inside their bubble. What else?