How Do Toxic Narcissists React to Disappointment & Rejection?
When you’re in a toxic relationship (romantic, family or friends) with a narcissist (or someone with NPD/narcissistic personality disorder), chances are you’ve experienced the hell of gaslighting and ambient abuse, manipulation and excessive invalidation from the narcissist.
You’re probably also well-conditioned to avoid disappointing the narcissist and are actively making sure to give the narcissist whatever he or she wants, right?
In this video, I’m answering the question: how will a narcissist react when they don’t get what they want? What does a narcissist do when you disappoint them and why do narcissists react differently than “normal” people when it comes to dealing with unexpected problems and challenges in their lives?
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