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2 Things Narcissists HATE(among the many) LABELS & THERAPY!!

There is a lot of information available on the internet regarding narcissistic abuse, narcissistic abuse victim syndrome, healing Cptsd due to emotional abuse and overcoming the abuse inflicted by narcissistic parents; however, having someone guide and mentor you on your healing journey can be so helpful. If you feel you can benefit from inviting someone on your healing journey, please check out these links for face to face coaching and/or phone coaching: For those interested in an interactive self-help journal, here is the link for the PDF entitled I Miss Me and I Want Me Back Michele is someone that has truly been there; after surviving 31 years of narcissistic abuse by family members and significant others, she now dedicates her time and energy toward helping others as a Trauma Recovery Coach and soon to be a Certified Kinesiology Practitioner to help others that are still on their road to recovery. For those that are going to court against a narcissist, the PDF entitled When The Devils The Defendant has been a helpful tool for thousands-
Dating Harley Quinn – Female Histrionic Narcissist is NOW AVAILABLE –
A male target of narcissistic abuse asked me if I would be interested in ghost writing his memoir and after hearing his story I was hooked. It’s one thing to hear about what narcissistic abuse is, to learn about triangulation, blame shifting, projection, narcissistic supply, gaslighting and so many other terms and manipulation tactics we come to learn about on our journey to heal from narcissistic abuse. But it’s another story to delve into the life of someone trapped in a trauma bond by a female histrionic narcissist. This memoir, written in novel form, takes you on the roller coaster ride of highs and lows that are typical in emotionally abusive relationships.
Here is a brief description of the book, a link is found below.
This memoir opens the door to what my life was like dating a female histrionic narcissist. The beginning of the relationship was surreal – if ever I had fantasized about what the perfect girl would be – it paled in comparison to what Angel was truly like and how she enhanced my life. If I were to compare her to anyone I had ever dated – it would not be fair; it would be like comparing a painting done with finger paints hanging on a refrigerator door, held up with a magnet, to Michelangelo’s art scenes from Genesis painted on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Rome.
The feeling Angel gave was a perfect purity of manifested perfection. I quite literally could not imagen a girl more totally perfect, my imagination was stretched just to take in the reality of her. She took me in every way she possibly could to the heights beyond the tops of Mt. Everest in sensual and hedonistic pleasure.
She brought me to the edge of the stratosphere where the air is so thin you have to wear a space suit – but the view – the view is all humanity stretched out before you and you can see the curvature of the earth and the blackness of space.
And then she dropped me.
While reading this story there are no definitions spelled out as to narcissistic abuse, nor what histrionics are like, rather a picture is painted before your eyes. You will see the idealization phase, notice the cycle of highs and lows that are signature to emotionally abusive relationships, you will watch in horror as the trauma bonds can cause a person to make the worst, self-destructive decisions possible.
I’m inviting you to bear witness to my journey. What looked so innocent and enticing quickly turned into a covert poison that cost me a million-dollar business, my health, provoked a suicide attempt and left me homeless and suffering brain damage. This is my story. It’s not meant to entice sympathy, rather it’s a wake- up call for anyone that is in a relationship with someone narcissistic, sociopathic, histrionic or a cocktail of mixed cluster b disorders.



  • Eee z Dee

    Narcissists never ever tell the truth about anything. Except when they carefully wrap lies around a truth. I do believe you when you say he said he hated labeling people. What we actually do is label their behaviour(s). What we may see as their behaviour others may not. If someone stole something from you they are stealing, however someone else who knows them may never have been stolen from by them. Therefore they are not a thief all the the time. Hope that makes sense.

    It seems from the way you describe it you experienced Narcissistic rage. Freaky isn't it? He was clearly scared that you were on your way to finding him out.

    His put downs of people in the mental health profession was actually meant to devalue you and belittle your efforts as futile and a waste of time. Therefore making you feel inferior and stupid for seeing them.

    They sometimes enjoy counselling as it reveals cracks in their mask and they are glad these were pointed out as it makes them better at being able to deceive and manipulate.

    Narcissism can not be "cured". Ever.

  • Debra DKT

    Early on when I was researching his behavior I had mentioned he might be a Narc.he doesn't even know what a narc. is & by his reation you would have thought I set him on fire. He was so offended. i was shocked to say the least.
    Have a blessed Day to all that read this.
    from: The EmpathWarrior

  • BestFriends

    U are so right… My narcissistic ex-husband has always called me "crazy" and "bipolar", told me I needed help… When I went to look for help, I was told that I was with a very manipulative person and he probably has a dual diagnosis of antisocial and narcissistic personality disorders… I was told the same by 2 different therapists… He never went to counseling, he told me it was u ethical for my therapist to diagnose him without seeing him. But, it was very ethical for him to diagnose me when he has no formal training of any kind in psychology… They are manipulative a-holes. I told my then husband that we both need to go see a psychiatrist and whoever gets meds that person would have to take them… He never went, I am in almost divorced from him and somehow, perfectly sane and functional

  • Ana D

    Exactly!!!! Great video. This is exactly what is happening to me. But I am still living with him and I am suffering. It's been more than 20 years. A few months ago I began to go to a therapist and the same things happened to me, as you described in this video.

  • BestFriends

    That is so true… thank you for confirming my life experience … when I went to see a counsellor, I thought smth was wrong with me… my counsellor told me about narcs and anti-socials … when, later, I told my ex that he was what he was, he told me "it is unprofessional for your counsellor to label him like that"… then I suggested that we go together and who walks out w/ meds, would have to take them

  • Shirley Akpelu

    This is true. They also hate taking prescription meds. I went to counseling by myself after he refused because he felt the female Christian counselor was taking my side. Yes they hate labels. Do not call him black. He would lecture anyone who called him that. He especially hated the label of black. He also refused to read any books on making marriage better or personality disorders, etc. , so I read and educated myself. Outside of the Bible, there were not many books he would read. He said the Bible had everything he needed. He did not need to counseling from anyone or any book.

  • emmymomma13

    my narc ex actually loved therapy. it was like a challenge for him. he could manipulate them and it's like he got off on it. BUT he hid a lot. I wasn't allowed to expose his drug use or abuse. and I didn't because he had me convinced that we would both have the kids taken away if I did. spot on about the labels though. I'm so glad I can see what I'm dealing with now.

  • Susan Peters

    My covert narc ex bf, was all for finding a counselor, once I moved into his home. ( out of state ) The next day, he sent me a text stating that I was the narcissist… I am an empath. I quietly disconnected all contact with him about 10 days ago. I've felt the urge to unblock him. Will I? No way in hell. I'm working on getting myself back right now, and I'm staying strong. Thank you. xo NO CONTACT.

  • Ziegen Peter

    Hi Michelle, thanks for your thoughts. I was told by the narc that it's crazy to go to the therapist, because it's the partner who is the only one who should help. He told me then to take our relationship as a topic. He couldn't understand that therapy was about me. He refused to see a therapist himself and even didn't want to have a partner meeting. -He did the same with my hobbies, with family and friends. He repetidely talked negatively and aggressively till I more and more stopped doing and liking my hobbies, till I stopped seeing my friends.

  • Rc Cole

    I'm dealing with one now. Who attempts to accuse me of stuff I'm not doing and then, tries to treat me accordingly to what he's imagining. He also has tried to punish me when I've tried to walk away from an argument by taking my house keys and even kept me out of the home for 2 days. He's up and down and I never know what to expect. He picks arguments then once he gets me going then he records me like I'm just acting irrational for no reason. He's abusive and controlling. He's set up cameras in our home to monitor me when he's away and if I unplug them, he'll come flying home, picking fights, looking in closets and on our patio. Accusing me of neighbors, mailman. He's crazy. And it's much more. In public he acts like gentlemen but behind closed doors it's a different story. He says he runs me. He's my husband.

  • Ray A. Porter

    He HATES labels & found a counselor that clearly refuses (marriage counselor he’s NOT & won’t do individual) to label him & it infuriates me. He keeps calling him ‘emotionally unavailable’ um no it’s way deeper than that dude

  • 3eyed Layman

    When I first started seeing a councillor, my ex narc told me that I MUST tell her everything that I told my councillor. Of course, she shouted and screamed that at me for over two hours without ever accepting that it's confidential. ….evil control freak!

  • Maria Makinen

    I climbed up from the bottom n the abuse at 11 during 3 years of youth therapy. I was in my 20's. I do not see why I should repeat this again since this is a mean plot to destroy me. I need my own life back. N my say to find the surgery option. I doubt I need to do nothing. I hope that is the case. I know how to encounter all the issues as best I can. This is not my problem. Thanks. I have had counselling n now it would only serve the narc system.

  • vuduhwy

    After a couple of years of fighting constantly, I told my ex Narc that we needed marriage counseling. The form that her face took on was astonishing. Her face literally contorted into something frightening I have never seen. Eyes went red, teeth clenched and she spoke in a voice that was what sounded like pure evil to me and she then told me that I was the crazy one who needed help and that there was nothing wrong with her………nothing wrong with her except that she nearly sounded like Satan incarnate (literally) when she didn't get her way or if she felt cornered.

  • Casey G

    Mine openly admitted his controlling behaviors while drunk saying "oh you want to leave me? How will you survive, you have no money and no access to it, like I've kept it that way because of this reason" I've said this to him Many times trying to convince him he IS controlling, but he finally admitted it to my face while he was intoxicated.

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