The holidays can be especially difficult for adults with narcissistic mothers. This article discusses those who still go home for the holidays and those who stay away.
When we learn that we are involved in a relationship with a pathologically narcissistic person, we may struggle with feelings of confusion and unreality. The Little Shaman explains how to deal with this situation.
Probably the one thing all narcissistic relationships have in common is that the demands the pathologically narcissistic person makes on the other person are unreasonable and unfair. How can you stop this from becoming your life? Read on to find out.
After a relationship with a narcissist or psychopath, it's common for victims to feel confused and helpless. Many questions pervade their thoughts, including some that have no useful answers.
How do you heal from narcissistic abuse? What can you expect after your relationship ends? Read on to find out.
Dealing with narcissists? Read on to learn strategies that will make it easier.
What are some red flags you can look for if you're worried that a friend or family member is the victim of a narcissist? Read on to find out.
You try to defend yourself, but it always seems to be misunderstood. This is typical when dealing with a narcissist. Read on to find out why this is—and what you can do instead.
Why do narcissists believe they deserve whatever they want? Read on to find out.
While most women avoid dating narcissistic men at all cost, others are actually attracted to them. What makes these gals fall in love with such self-absorbed guys? What happened during their childhoods that make them partner up with someone who will surely bring nothing but grief in the long-run?
Today, the label "narcissist" gets used for anyone and everyone who's self-involved. How do you know, though, if you're dating a person who's simply focused on themselves as opposed to someone who could be destructive to your life? The author details 7 questions to ask when making a determination.
Toxic individuals (psychopaths, sociopaths, narcissists, etc.) thrive on your reactions to their abuse. Provoking tears or outrage from you makes them feel powerful and in control.
Tips for what to do, and what not to do, if you are thinking about divorcing a psychopath, sociopath, or Cluster B personality disordered individual - narcissist, borderline, histrionic.
Spotting or identifying a manipulator is hard because they attack secretly. Here, are some early warning signs of a manipulator to help you spot them.