Narcissists Isolate You

Narcissists Isolate You

Narcissists Isolate You – From Your Friends, Your Family Members and Anyone Who is WIlling to Support You. In this video, I’ll offer a detailed explanation on why narcissists and people with NPD are so likely to isolate you from everyone you know – and how their flying monkeys play into it. Plus: self-help for dealing with isolation with narcissists in relationships.

The Cycle of Narcissistic Abuse

The Cycle of Narcissistic Abuse


The Narcissist’s Idealize, Devalue and Discard Cycle – Inside the psychology of both the narcissistic supply and the narcissist or person with NPD when it comes to the invalidation of the toxic relationship cycle at the hands of these manipulative people. Also featuring Lise Colucci and Colleen Brosnan.

Sex & the Narcissist (Podcast)

Sex & the Narcissist (Podcast)

Sex and the Narcissist – Narcissists have some very strange issues around sex. This podcast launches a series on those issues, including the spectrum of narcissistic sexuality, the abuse and manipulation that can be involved, and the ways that narcissists use to control their victims with sex and the related emotions.

Free Through Thursday: Navigating No Contact With a Narcissist

Free Through Thursday: Navigating No Contact With a Narcissist

Quick Announcement: Navigating No-Contact with a Narcissist: A Recovery Roadmap for Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse is free on Amazon.com through Thursday, May 17 only. Be sure to grab a copy while it won’t cost anything!see it here: https://amzn.to/2rFrE9x .

You can download the free Kindle app for any device – check it out here: https://amzn.to/2IGuGoi 

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About the Book:

Navigating No-Contact with a Narcissist is a practical and inspiring guidebook that will help you to let go of the feelings you still have for the narcissist and to stop feeling like you want and need to engage with him or her.

Inside the guide, you’ll learn how to reclaim your sense of self, take back your life and as you move forward, to safely move on to a better relationship.

You’ll learn what “no contact” really means in terms of narcissistic abuse recovery, where the term came from and how to implement it in your own life. Plus:

  • How to break an unhealthy relationship cycle
  • Dealing with smear campaigns and rude narcissists
  • How to deal with co-parenting with a narcissist
  • How to help your kids through the separation and divorce
  • How to find yourself again after recovery
  • Why no contact works so well and why it’s hard to execute
  • The steps you need to take to make it happen

This book is for you if:

  • You’ve done your research and you already know or are pretty sure that you’re dealing with a narcissist.
  • You’ve been abandoned, or you’ve left your narcissist.
  • You’re still in the relationship, but you know you want to leave the narcissist, and you need some help.
  • You’ve gone or recently decided to go “no-contact” with a narcissist.
  • You want to go no-contact, but you’re not sure how.
  • You’re already no-contact, but you are tempted to go back to the narcissist.
  • The narcissist is trying to hoover you and you need help resisting.
  • You are ready to take back your life, right now!

The book will also take you through the stages of recovery and show you what to expect in each one, as well as offering exercises and activities for each stage. Learn more here. 

7 Tips on How to Spot a Narcissist

7 Tips on How to Spot a Narcissist

Do you know how to spot a narcissist? Ask yourself these 7 questions if you aren’t sure. How do you spot a narcissist, exactly? What signs should you look for? Narcissists are so self-centered and self-indulgent that they see friends and lovers as mere extensions of themselves. They are obsessed with flattery and demand to be adored and have attention to themselves at all times.

Unfortunately, these narcissistic types are very seductive and you may at first be attracted to them without realizing what you are stepping into. Because their egos are so very fragile, they constantly crave attention which eventually puts their partner at risk of being on the losing end of the relationship.

To help you with some tips on identifying whether or not he or she is a narcissistic type, ask yourself the following questions:

1. Does he or she lose interest when they are not the center of attention?

2. Are most conversations about them, whether you try to change the subject or not?

3. Is your partner always fishing for compliments?

4. If you criticize him or her, do they literally fall apart, especially if it refers to their looks or their mistakes?

5. Do you catch them talking about all of their supposed ‘lost loves’ whom each seemed to have had major flaws in which he or she had to break up with them?

6. If he or she is not getting special treatment or constant attention do they get mad or have a temper tantrums? For example, if when they are not waiting on fast enough in restaurants or did not get the best seats at the movies, are they upset?

7. Do you find a pattern of this person using people just to get what they want and then discarding them when their own needs are met?

If the man or women you are interested in shows any number of these types of behaviors then you may want to be careful. These are not the type of people to get involved in a relationship with if you want equal attention and love.

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