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Narcissist's Insignificant Other: Typical Spouse or Intimate Partner

Narcissist's Insignificant Other: Typical Spouse or Intimate Partner

Everything you Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse – click on this link: First and foremost, the narcissist’s partner must have a deficient or a distorted grasp of her self and of reality. Otherwise, she (or he) is bound to abandon the narcissist’s ship early on. The cognitive distortion is likely to consist of belittling and demeaning herself — while aggrandising and adoring the narcissist. The partner is, thus, placing herself in the position of the eternal victim:…

Abolish Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) in DSM V?

Abolish Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) in DSM V?

Everything you Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse – click on this link: The DSM also fails to distinguish between personality, personality traits, character, temperament, personality styles (Theodore Millon’s contribution) and full-fledged personality disorders. It does not accommodate personality disorders induced by circumstances (reactive personality disorders, such as Milman’s proposed “Acquired Situational Narcissism”). Nor does it efficaciously cope with personality disorders that are the result of medical conditions (such as brain injuries, metabolic conditions, or protracted poisoning). The…

Mourning the Narcissist after Breakup or Divorce

Mourning the Narcissist after Breakup or Divorce

Everything you Need to Know about Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Abuse – click on this link: At the commencement of the relationship, the Narcissist is a dream-come-true. He is often intelligent, witty, charming, good looking, an achiever, empathetic, in need of love, loving, caring, attentive and much more. He is the perfect bundled answer to the nagging questions of life: finding meaning, companionship, compatibility and happiness. He is, in other words, ideal. It is difficult to let go of this idealized…