The Cult of Religious Narcissists: Spiritual Abuse in Toxic Families

Written by Angela Atkinson

The Cult of Religious Narcissists – When we’re talking about a family member, loved one or religious official who has narcissistic personality disorder, you can suffer from a wide variety of manipulation, control and other betrayals. This is true for any religious narcissist you may encounter – your narcissistic mother, your narcissist father – really anyone in your cluster B family.

If you keep asking yourself “why do my parents hate me,” or you’re just interested in hearing a bit of the survivor side of the religious debate, this video is for you.

How does the narcissistic family look so much like a cult when religion is involved? I’ll fill you in.

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