Unethical narcissistic behavior
Are you dealing with a covert narcissist who is making your life a living hell?
I can fully understand your pain.
I have been protecting my daughter and I from a sickness called malicious mother syndrome for years.
I know, how could I ever compare the two genders and give you advice?
Because I have been obsessively studying narcissistic personality disorder to keep me sane.
Doing this has helped me get through those tough times I can finally look back on now.
From beating a narcissist in court to the co-parenting nightmares, I have experience with these souls.
let’s first break all the myths of what a Narcissist actually is.
People will always go straight to Google when they want to learn about…. anything in the world.
Type into google “narcissist” and what’s the first thing that comes up from Oxford dictionaries?
“a person who has an excessive interest in or admiration of themselves.
narcissists think the world revolves around them”
I bet somebody would read such a simple definition and move on with their life.
I even did at one point because i was uneducated.
In my opinion, it doesn’t even come close to what a narcissist is.
The unfortunate thing is that people could be dealing with not only a covert narcissist but a frightening narcissistic sociopath and not even know it.
Why? because google gave the “top answer” that is far from the real definition.
Society has made the world believe that being narcissistic isn’t even all that bad.
Let’s see a clearer definition of what you are dealing with.
Helpguide defines the narcissistic behavior exactly as it should be.
“The word narcissism gets tossed around a lot in our selfie-obsessed, celebrity-driven culture, often to describe someone who seems excessively vain or full of themselves.
But in psychological terms, narcissism doesn’t mean self-love—at least not of a genuine sort. It’s more accurate to say that people with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) are in love with an idealized, grandiose image of themselves. “
Protecting your kids from narcissistic abuse
Unfortunately, a covert narcissist mother is going to do whatever it takes to create narcissistic children.
In fact, sometimes it just happens by fate they will grow up to be just like your husband no matter how much you do to prevent it.
This is why NPD is so dangerous and narcissistic abuse recovery is a long road.
With that being said, some people are just born with an amazing amount of emotional empathy.
Dealing with Narcissistic Fathers
Do you think your father might be toxic?
Still struggling from the effects of a narcissistic or psychopathically abusive relationship?
Fate has been on my good side because a narcissistic mother tries to change our daughter every chance she gets.
With that being said, our daughter shows more empathy than I could ever ask for.
I can still take a little credit though, right? Of course.
But I don’t care because she is understanding very early on how to outplay a narcissist.
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What a Narcissist does at the end of a relationship
At last, you have a long road ahead of you.
If you are planning to leave, be prepared for a massive adult temper tantrum.
To be honest, I am sure you are already waiting to be discarded by your narcissistic husband.
He has likely moved on, to somebody else. You probably don’t want to hear the truth.
You are hanging onto something that isn’t even there.
Caring for an illusion of somebody that never existed.
Understanding how to deal with a covert narcissistic husband is also knowing how NOT to deal with them.
If kids are involved, there are plenty of information to keep your family safe.
Entrepreneur, Father to my favorite, and dedicated to helping people get back to themselves after being victims of narcissistic abuse.