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Narcissist Cure – what?

I am pretty sure that the rate of narcissists in our society is risen to epidemic levels. If we look at the neglect of victims, the voiceless souls that are emotionally abused by narcissists. Why aren’t we teaching our people, teaching our children on what are the signs and how to protect yourself with as much press as a mosquito that might make babies heads small. Fact:

On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. During one year, this equates to more than 10 million women and men.

Why don’t we as a society teach our children the skills they need to not be a victim, to empower them to break the cycle.

Do you think the narcissists know they are sick? As a victim/survivor I thought what I knew was real, do they?

Watch this video to understand why we need to educate our children, our doctors, lawyers, judges, health professionals and teachers but mostly us… The victims so we break the cycle. If we learned how to defend ourselves when dealing with a narcissist would they just shrivel up like the bad witch in the wizard of oz.

Hi! My Name is Tracy A. Malone, founder of Narcissist Abuse Support and I’m here to help! 🙂

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All statements made in this video are expressions of the opinion of the speaker, and should be regarded as such. The video is made to serve a therapeutic purpose for the speaker or speakers and to assist others in recognizing and dealing with matters in their own lives which they believe may be similar.

I’m a survivor of Narcissistic abuse and my goal with this channel is to educate other “victims” as they transition to becoming a “survivor”. I believe that education is our best way to heal, and the best way to not become a victim or supply to another narcissist.

Please note: I am not a therapist, psychologist, psychiatrist or coach so use this information as my own personal journey of healing and the information that has been shared with me by friends, other YouTubers, groups and community. This video is not intended to treat or diagnose any condition, if you believe you or a loved one is suffering from narcissistic abuse please use seek any help from your community.

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Narcissist Discard Phase | Revenge or peace –

Narcissist Lies – Liar –

Were you FINANCIALLY ABUSED by a narcissist? –

How to Get Revenge on a Narcissist –

Narcissism Social Media –



  • Shelby Day

    Tracey, you have many of the same questions, thoughts and concerns that I have. I am a 55 year old married female that comes from a narcissistic family of origin. Out of 4 siblings, 3 are narc's and it appears both parents are. My mother is still living and there is no question in mind that she has been one since her teen years. I am seeing this disorder everywhere (even in past relationships) now that I have been made aware of the red flags. It blows me away why there isn't more in the media about the ABUSE they inflict upon people, especially their own kids and other family members. I would like to talk privately with you if you ever what to contact me at I have a dream to see young people educated on this issue inside the public school system and in the media. I am doing as much in my personal life to help young adults who have been abused, but enablers in the family make this work almost as difficult as the narc does. The topic needs more exposure .


    A lot of people speculate that the narcs do not know what they're doing and a lot of people counter speculating that they do in fact know what they're doing. I believe they do know what they're doing. They're able to control themselves in certain situations and therefore, that alone says to me that they know. It is possible on some level they weren't aware of every little thing they did, even if told by the person they hurt, but for the most part I believe they were well aware of most of their actions and how they spoke to targets/victims. A lot of people have been through a lot bad things, some more than others, but being a victim of any circumstance hasn't turned every single one into a narc. Yes, the narcs were victimized at some point and developed ways to protect themselves and became narcissistic in the process. Being narcissistic doesn't mean the pain they suffered at the hands of toxic people in their life should be minimized, but they're not being properly handled in a way to cope in healthier ways and they slip through the cracks of getting real help. In slipping through the cracks and being down on themselves, they then want to drag anybody down with them that they can. Only those that have been educated on what to look for have a fighting chance to avoid then being victimized by the narcs. Those of us who didn't know what narssissism was and have already been victimized have a lot of healing to do and for those being educated now, including myself, it is still a struggle. I'm still having flashback memories of the good times and having to remind myself that personality they portrayed wasn't real. It was what they wanted me to see and it hurts to know I got taken in by such malice. Bottom line….. I do believe my most recent ex did know what he was doing. I believe they all know what they're doing. Sad, so sad….., but from watching different videos and having examples and many people saying that they do wear different masks and know which masks to wear at certain times, yeah, they know, they have to. That's essentialy how they've survived all this time getting what they want and playing games and advancing where they've wanted to advance. I would think if they didn't know, most of them wouldn't have done as well as they have in their facade. ❣🌹

  • clock99times

    Yes, I do believe they almost always know what they are doing because to me a narcissist is like a chameleon. Some are just better at it than others. But all try to perfect their craft. That is their energy supply, like the air that they breathe, maybe I'm wrong but I truly believe they cannot change, first that's one of their traits. To me it's like it's their dna. But I've never heard a success story yet.

  • Debbie Grant

    It is a silent killer and is taking a HUGE toll on society. I believe it is responsible for a lot of suicides, mental health issues and health issues as well. It is well documented that the stress of being around someone who has NPD can lead to health issues. My mother has NPD and between two siblings have four autoimmune diseases. Huge increase in autoimmune diseases in the last several years…could this be one reason why?

  • Jacob Trujillo

    I recently stumbled upon how to deal with a narcissist. The more I read into it, scares me because I realized I am one. My behavior has been down those lines.
    I see in the comments people say there is no cure. Believe it or not this narc wants to overcome this. Are there support groups a 12-step program that you have heard of 4 this, same as for alcoholics or codependency

  • Amanda Brown

    I think that some know on a deep level etc. but mostly I think that they really don't know. They're blind to themselves. I'm trying to work with my fiance, but he's in denial (thank the Lord he isn't nearly as bad as my ex who was very physically abusive) and it's very frustrating.
    Sadly, there's no pill that makes someone have empathy. Empathy has to be learned. A narcissist needs their brain to be retrained and it takes years. How do they get help? Idk. Some wake up, but most never do, no matter the therapy. They have to become conscious before they can be treated and I'm trying to figure out a way to awaken my partner before it's too late and he's lost forever (like my ex who is too far gone).
    I'll let you know if I find out how.

  • rick reyes

    Yes there is a cure. I’m living proof that it was a natural process. Dr David Hawkins also has videos described what I went through. Rick
    -Recovering Narcissist
    -Admin-'A Narcissist and a Neuropsychologist walk into a bar' Facebook group

  • Surf Smurf

    That’s a good question why are we not being educated? I haven’t read any of the other comments cause Im
    Driving while I listen to this but I think you’re doing it right now. And we do have a narcissist awareness day right maybe we should start marching or lobbying or whatever it is people do when they want to be heard. This is all stuff I’ve actually been thinking about and if somebody’s already voiced these thoughts in the comments fantastic…. all we need is somebody who can organize all of that. Just takes time money energy passion and desire. If only money would grow on trees..,.

  • Jack Goodings

    A narcissist believes that you've got to give to receive. In other words, you've got to give what they're expecting and at the same high level that they believe they gave. They believe that there's no such thing as freely giving without expecting in return. These are the things that my ex told me .. and I couldn't wrap my head around it. Early in the relationship, my ex told me, "it's all about me" (her) and "you only have control in this relationship because I let you". She told me that she "wants to be 'in' me", told me she saw me as an extension of her, that she has very high expectations. Told me that I didn't realise just how painful each day was for her, how she felt sticky and in muddy grime when we were having an argument. You see, I could have dealt with all that, I tried so hard to .. but it was the abusiveness, the high level of control, the sabotaging, the ghosting / constant leaving, the smearing to others about me, always being told "I can't see a future with you" when things are going well and there's a brief grumpy time, the name-calling .. and now I realise, the cheating and the absolute complete disloyalty and no way to ever trust them with anything we tell them, letting us down when we need them most, leaving us at the worst possible moments just because of their pathological need for control. I am a qualified high school teacher, I also teach primary school, was a deputy/assistant head teacher, ran my own business to help people, a father trying to maintain a positive healthy relationship with my children. It's all wrong .. it's just impossible, it literally is impossible. I used to say, "what do I have to do to have a relationship with you". They just .. don't .. do it!!

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