The Psychology of Narcissistic Rage and Narcissistic Injury by Angela Atkinson | Mar 30, 2018 Narcissistic Rage and Narcissistic Injury: The Psychology (with Ollie Matthews)Related articlesWhy do narcissists follow identical relationship patterns?Toxic Narcissism in Relationships: Identifying PTSD and C-PTSDSearching for an ideal partner on the online dating siteNarcissists and Public Humiliation: How & Why Narcs Shame You PubliclySurvive the Discard: Breaking Up With a Narcissist‘How to Do No Contact Like a Boss’ With No Contact Boss Kim Saeed | QueenBeeingWhy Practicing Random Acts of Kindness is a Smart Move | QueenBeeingCan you heal without leaving the narcissist? With Kim Saeed | QueenBeeingWorry Less and Do More. What Can You Accomplish Today? | QueenBeeing(Visited 568 times, 1 visits today) 1 Comment Isharra on March 31, 2018 at 12:54 pm Yes, I experienced the rage many times, and the amnesia the narc had following it. I got out when he threw something in anger that hit me and hurt me.