What Happens When You Reject or Ignore a Narcissist

What Happens When You Reject or Ignore a Narcissist


Are you considering going no contact with a narcissist? Have you rejected a narcissist or have you ignored a narcissist? Are you worried about how the narcissist will react to your rejection or to being ignored? If so, this video is for you.

Here are 5 Possible Outcomes to Expect When You Reject or Ignore a Narcissist.

If you’re dealing with divorce, breaking up or going no contact with a narcissist or someone with NPD, you are looking for ways to self-help your codependency. Start by discovering the problem – then work on understanding it so you can overcome it.

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How to Embrace the Single Life After a Toxic Relationship

How to Embrace the Single Life After a Toxic Relationship


You were in a toxic relationship with a narcissist and maybe you thought it would last the rest of your life, but now you’re not. You might be sad, angry, or even relieved that it’s over. Now, you have the rest of your life to look forward to.

There are plenty of things you can do when you’re single that are harder, or even impossible, to do when you’re in a relationship.

Take advantage of your new, single status:

1. This is a great time to spend some time with yourself. You can’t know yourself until you spend a fair amount of time alone with yourself. Relationships require a lot time and take up a lot of mental space.

2. Appreciate the new-found freedom. Relationships restrict your freedom in many ways, and not just socially. You don’t always get to choose what you’re going to watch on TV or what you’re having for dinner. Weekend and holiday plans also have to include the wishes of your partner.

○ You can have everything your way for a change. Take advantage of your single status by making all of the decisions without having to consult with anyone else.

○ Make a list of everything you want to do now that you’re single. Create a list that will get you excited, then vow to start doing a few of them. See if you can do everything on your list.

3. Pick up a hobby you’ve always wanted to try. You have more free time now. Find an enjoyable way to spend it. Now is the perfect time to try something you’ve been thinking about for years. Maybe you’ve always wanted to learn how to prune bonsai trees or to play the violin. Now is your time.

4. Reconnect with your friends. We often lose track of friends and family while we’re in a relationship. Pick up the phone and let everyone know you’re available to socialize. Take the initiative by inviting a friend out to lunch and catch up. They’ll be glad to hear from you, and you’ll enjoy the company.

5. Let go of the past. It takes time to get over a failed relationship, but there’s no reason to drag it out longer than necessary. Look forward to the future and leave the past in the past.

6. Take your time before dating again. There’s no rush. Enjoy the benefits of being single before jumping into another relationship. You’re the only one that will know when the time is right.

7. Spend time doing things your partner hated. This might mean going to the local high school football game or watching a foreign film at the little theater on the other side of town. You can do all of the things you avoided doing because your partner couldn’t stand them.

8. Volunteer. It’s easy to feel sorry for yourself after a breakup. One way to help yourself move on is to work with those less fortunate than you. Look around for a cause that stirs your heart and get involved.

Remember that you’re a complete person, even if you don’t have a partner at the moment. Being single doesn’t have to be a bad thing. There’s so much you can do now that you couldn’t before. You can spend more time with your friends and family without feeling guilty. You have more free time and more control over how you spend it.

Take advantage of being single. Have fun and find yourself again. Another relationship will come along when you’re ready.

Toxic Narcissism vs. High Self-Esteem

Toxic Narcissism vs. High Self-Esteem

Is narcissism really just self-esteem on steroids? Or is there more to consider? What is the difference between narcissism and self esteem? What are the similarities and how can you tell the difference?

If you’re recovering from codependency, you might be interested in knowing how to spot a narcissist and the psychology behind the similarities and differences in narcissism vs self-esteem – and that’s what I’ll explain in this video.

Don’t Let the Narcissist Suck You Back In This Holiday Season!

Don’t Let the Narcissist Suck You Back In This Holiday Season!


Did you know that the holidays make narcissists more likely than ever to try to suck you back into the relationship? It’s true! In this video, I’ll explain exactly why Thanksgiving and other holidays incite a narcissist to try to hoover you back in, and I’ll fill you in on exactly what you can do to avoid it.

It’s always hard to deal with a narcissist, whether you’re still in the toxic relationship or you’ve recently left it. But due to the narc’s behaviors and patterns, there are times when we find ourselves feeling weak, almost powerless to resist their charms – even when we KNOW BETTER.

The “hoovering” technique was named after the famous vacuum cleaner company, and it’s one of many common manipulation tactics employed by abusive, toxic narcissists.

This is when a narcissist sort of “sucks” his victim back into the relationship, or some version of it. It often begins innocently enough, sort of subtly, but it always happens with one target – to regain control.

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How Toxic Families Affect the People We Become

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How does narcissistic abuse in childhood affect you when you grow up?

How does a narcissistic parent affect their kids? What effects do adult children of narcissists suffer?

What are the effects of codependency in childhood and of narcissistic parents (with NPD or even just narcissistic tendencies)? Many children of narcissists spend their whole lives thinking “I wasn’t good enough,” and wondering if their mothers/fathers/other caregivers could and would always be better than they.

The faces of parental narcissism have a number of effects on the children – and as they become adult children of narcissists (ACON), their personalities are formed around this sort of misunderstanding of themselves as seen through the eyes of the narcissistic parent.

If you have (or know) a child who has a narcissistic parent or grandparent, you may be asking yourself how you can help them cope and what you can do to avoid the negative effects of being the child of a narcissist.

Whether you’re dealing with a covert narcissist mother or an “out there” narcissist father or grandparent, you are or were dealing with gaslighting and manipulation, to say the very least. In this video, I’ll explain the effects on the children in various stages and also how you can help them combat it.

Are you the adult child of a narcissistic mother?

Have you been affected by narcissistic abuse in your childhood and now you’re struggling? Are your narcissistic parents still messing with your life? Are you considering going no contact with your narcissistic mother or father? There is help and support available for you.

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