Here are some helpful articles which capture the essence of this intense and complex insanity. The Blind Maze and the Double Bind of the Narcissistically Abusive System By Richard Grannon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCiIh5l_F64 — The Discontinuous Narcissist (Narcissism and Dissociation) By Sam Vaknin “"But you hate kiwi!" - protests my girl - "How can anyone detest kiwi … Continue reading How does the mind of a narcissist work?
By Corinna Kennedy, from the Question: How did you get closure and find peace after the relationship with your ex with NPD ended? I went strictly no contact, but my lingering anger is from not having a voice to confront him about his covert abuse (for my sake, not his). My closure is knowing the why … Continue reading TIPS ON HOW TO FAST TRACK HEALING YOUR BRAIN AND YOUR LIFE.
Posted to Quora by: Kris Harpster, Explorer of Inner Space "The social psychologist Erich Fromm first coined the term "malignant narcissism" in 1964, describing it as a "severe mental sickness" representing "the quintessence of evil". He characterized the condition as "the most severe pathology and the root of the most vicious destructiveness and inhumanity". Edith … Continue reading Why is a malignant narcissist so dangerous?
From "Narcissism, living without feelings" They “rise above” their felt sense of a shame-based self and become psychopathic and create a false self (Lowen:2004). Most authors identify a weak or passive same-sex parent as being part of the dynamic that supports the creation of a narcissistic child. Sigmund Freud in his pioneering work, titled “On … Continue reading Narcissism, living without feelings
The Narcissist’s Grin. There are two types of grins: Intentional. When the mask off and the Narcissist is fulling out in the moment: This one is a purposeful expression of malice. You are meant to not only see but feel that one. Unintentional. When the mask is on and they are working to impression manage: … Continue reading The meaning of the Narcissist’s Grins and Stares.
A narcissist does not genuinely laugh — and their laughs can be very weird! My NPD ex wore the quiet, shy, angelic mask and it always jarring to hear him laugh. It was a loud, barking percussive sound that would echo through the depths of the offices and halls. Everyone would comment on his laugh, … Continue reading A narcissist’s laugh — a not obvious clue.
Is Chris Watts a convincing liar? Posted August 18, 2018 / NICKVDL Have a look at the seven minute interview Chris Watts gave while his pregnant wife and two daughters were still missing. Make a mental note of any inappropriate behaviour, micro-expressions, mannerisms, phrases or words that raise red flags. Ready? Go! https://shakedowntitle.com/2018/08/18/lie-spotting-test-your-true-crime-lie-detector-nous-with-the-chris-watts-case/
This video shows how poorly trained the 'professionals' are at spotting a pathological Narcissist. The very essence of them is a false mask — they LIE as easily as they breathe. The psychologist has zero clues about reading this guy. Chris Watts' affect is flat, he keeps grinning where a distressed person's mouth would be … Continue reading Watch a typical psychologist missing all the clues.
Who did not see this coming a mile away!? The malignant narcissist’s mind is always working to spin everything to work in their favor... This tactic is employing the CLASSIC 'poor me' tale of how he's really the victim of his wife, and that it was her behavior that drove him to kill her — … Continue reading Christopher Watts blames his wife.
I’m not sure if forgiveness is the healthiest option in some cases, or at least at some stages in our recovery. I’ve had to forgive some pretty egregious behaviors in my life for many reasons, like peace of mind and having to be able to interact with the person again. But the experience with my … Continue reading Do we have to forgive our abuser?