What No Contact Means to a Narcissist: The Silent Treatment and How to Deal

Written by Angela Atkinson

When a Narcissist Goes No Contact: Why You Get the Silent Treatment & What to Do About It

The narcissist’s version of no contact looks a lot like the silent treatment – and it is pure hell for the narcissistic supply.

How do you deal with living with someone who is giving you the silent treatment? Someone who will co-exist with you in the same house while literally ignoring you? That is what I’m covering in today’s video.


Have you ever had to deal with the narcissist’s silent treatment? What did you do to cope? Share your thoughts and experiences in the comments section. Let’s discuss.

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