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Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Is there a narcissist in your life?
Partners of narcissists feel betrayed that the considerate, attentive and romantic person they fell in love with disappeared as time went on.
Learn how narcissists keep partners off balance and stuck in relationships through the use of a behavior cycle that alternates between mean and nice.
If a person meets a certain threshold, it’s considered a pathology called Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
The suffering caused by emotional withholding can be more excruciating than verbal or even physical abuse. How to recognize it—and what to do.
People with NPD often have co-occurring disorders, comorbidities, such as substance abuse (both requiring treatment at the same time), or as the Mayo Clinic puts it, “complications”
Narcissism and codependency expert Ross Rosenberg says, run—but quietly—from the covert narcissist.
In an abusive relationship, some labels matter, and some labels don’t.
Ross Rosenberg has pioneered 15 principles that help his patients resolve their painful dysfunctional relationships patterns.
It might seem best to exclude a high-conflict parent to protect your children from their extreme thinking & behavior, but that reinforces extreme solutions to relationship problems. What should you do?
Use this 4-step strategy as your template when responding to angry messages from your ex — if you even need to respond at all.
David J. Ley Ph.D. explores characteristics of narcissism and how they affect our vote.
These stereotypes aren’t just cliched–they perpetuate victim blaming, shame & domestic abuse.
L. Georgi DiStefano & Bill Eddy draw distinctions between NPD and narcissistic personality traits — and why it matters in the workplace.
How can you possibly avoid bad-mouthing your co-parent and still protect your children from the affects of their extreme behaviors? Bill Eddy offers you tools to help.