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Narcissistic Abuse YouTube Channels The Hidden Danger Educated Narcissists



Narcissistic Abuse channels are a lifeline for many people, some binge watch narcissism channels but there’s a hidden danger that I think all need to be aware of. As victims of narcissistic abuse learn about manipulation tactics of narcissists, narcissists themselves are learning as well – and sadly – knowledge makes narcissists become better narcissists as their covert abuse is more difficult to detect.
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20 Comments

  • VeganVintageGeek

    Oh my, I am so glad you posted this video.

    This is what I am on edge about.

    I recently filed a complaint against my current supervisor for not honoring my pre-approved benefit time from my former boss.

    My supervisor is on vacation and as soon as she gets back I am anticipating for her to pounce on me.
    Thank you, for your very very helpful advice. I am trying my hardest not to worry about what "might" happen before anything has truly happened.

    And I do know I have the power to not let that fake fear take up room in my mind.

    Ever since I left my ex-narc boss and ex-narc supervisor and their flying monkeys. I do have the knowledge to know how to stand up (without drama) to my new supervisor any time she tries to bully me.

    I have to keep reminding myself, I've been through this before I am untouchable. I have people in the workplace who know me and can fight with me, there is nothing my new supervisor can do to me. Even when she sends her flying monkey to do her bidding.

  • Real Human Being

    Agree! When I've finally come to the hard realization that some family members and friends are narcissists, I've decided not to explain in detail how I figured them out. Not just to protect myself from their manipulative tactics, but also the other people still stuck in their surroundings. I didn't want to teach the narcs how to abuse others and get away with it. If they can't learn how to be better people, we shouldn't help them become better abusers.

  • Fat Fueled Triathlete

    I just lost the love of my life because of the emotional scares her narcissist ex husband left her with. After being divorced over 4 years she finally decided it was safe to love again and unfortunately things he did still trigger her so badly it has caused us to break up. I’m lost and I’m looking for help, ways I can help her if it’s even possible.

  • MrKiloton

    I believe that both victim and narcissist work together. There is no intention on both sides. And both sides have a mental disorder. The victim likes the narcissistic and the narcissist likes the victim. Pleasing the narcissist makes the victim to feel good, and the narcissist feels good exploiting his/her supply. It's a deal. Both sides need healing. The narcissist cannot be portrayed as a monster, he/she is not psychopath and the vast majority have no intention of hurting people's feelings, because they don't know what feelings are. And the victim has too many feelings, should also learn something from the narcissist. So, most of the times, the narcissist harm the victim unconsciously, and the victim unconsciously wants to get hurt. Unfortunately, our society is sick. Relationship became a game. The narcissist became the model for success and winning. At least the narcissist is stronger and doesn't get hurt

  • Alexandra Patricia

    You know I never thought of it this way. I would call a narcissist out and they would deny it’s wrong to my face, but started to adapt. They would say they’re changing and when the next argument came up, they made me feel like the one in the wrong (since I had the idea in my head that they changed). And I’ve done this over and over again.

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