@fhstagg7 asked 7 months ago.

How to kill a narcissist: debunking the myth of narcissism and recovering from narcissistic abuse?

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@clarkee answered 7 months ago.

'How To Kill A Narcissist' is a book with two aims:

1. To reveal the rotten core of the narcissistic personality so you can see it clearly
2. To present you with an inside-out strategy for healing, recovery and freedom

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@johnkeat answered 7 months ago.

Narcissism is an overwhelming and confusing topic. But when you reveal its mask, you see that it is basically a lie, told to those who are vulnerable. Narcissistic abuse, by nature, is designed to keep you trapped in shame-based vertigo. It doesn’t just go away because you know it exists. Narcissism creates a set of beliefs, behaviours and paradigms in its target which must be changed from the inside. ‘How To Kill A Narcissist’ is a book with two aims: 1. To reveal the rotten core of the narcissistic personality so you can see it clearly 2. To present you with an inside-out strategy for healing, recovery and freedom Whether you are dealing with narcissistic parents, husbands, wives, friends, bosses or colleagues, the same philosophy will apply. After reading ‘How To Kill A Narcissist’, you will: - Become aware of the damage narcissistic abuse has done to your psyche and how to heal it - See how the narcissist uses shame as a weapon to fool you into feeling inferior - Understand the playing field which narcissists thrive on and how to stop playing their game - Learn how the narcissist uses mind control to break down and rebuild your identity for the purpose of subjugation - Gain tools for disarming a narcissist i.e. starving them of their narcissistic supply - Have taken a closer look behind the veil of narcissistic personality disorder ‘How To Kill A Narcissist’ takes an enlightening look at the dynamic between a narcissist and their target. It takes you on a deep journey and describes: - How we unwittingly qualify as targets of narcissists - The shame/grandiosity continuum and how the narcissist uses it to crush your self-esteem - The law of grandiosity and how it influences our relationships with the self-absorbed - The effect that narcissism has on its target including: toxic shame, a dissociated mind and a weakened ego - The obstacles which keep you trapped in a cycle of narcissistic abuse: the psychological cage, love starvation, low shame …

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@boom answered 7 months ago.

Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional abuse. The word 'narcissism' has become a buzzword, used to describe everything from 'over-confidence' to 'self-obsession'.

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@mrfindfix answered 7 months ago.

"The best way to kill a narcissist is to debunk the myth of narcissism. The more you continue to read about it and educate yourself about it, the more the narcissist will lose power over you. The narcissist thrives on power and control.

 

Narcissism is a personality disorder, not a state of mind, so it has developmental origins. It’s not something that happens later in life. It’s really important to understand that narcissism is a disorder, not a state of mind.

 

Narcissism is a highly debated topic in the psychological world. There are many theories, but one thing that they all agree on is that narcissists are insecure about themselves.Narcissists derive their sense of self-worth from being noticed and validated by others, so it’s important when trying to kill a narcissist that you don’t give them the attention they’re craving. Narcissists have a very fragile self-esteem, which can be easily damaged by criticism.

 

Or, just forget it! :)

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