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Narcissistic Abuse : Disarm Narcissism and Break Free from a Toxic Relationship with a Narcissistic Lover with Recovery Tools for Overt and
by Elsa Cynthia Evans




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Do You Know that Narcissism is a Trait that Exists on a Spectrum?


It's healthy for each of us to have a fluid capacity for narcissistic behavior, in order to protect, stand up for, and take care of ourselves. But an individual with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) has an extreme level of narcissistic inclination that overshadows all of their other drives. Their egocentricity and lust for superiority are the most important aspects of their hollow self-worth. Narcissists will often stop at nothing to secure a sense of power and invulnerability to protect their egos. Everything in their lives is defined as a competition, even when cooperation and collaboration make more sense for everyone involved.


Unfortunately, these traits severely limit the narcissist's capacity to participate meaningfully in reciprocal relationships. Some mental health professionals would even go so far as to imply that people suffering from this empathy-deficient personality disorder aren't capable of feeling love for other people--at least not in the same way that the rest of us experience it. This being the case, you might argue that narcissistic abuse isn't a conscious or purposeful behavior on the part of the narcissist; rather, you might view this abuse as simply an unfortunate, but inevitable, byproduct of trying to establish loving or mutually respectful relationships with people who are entirely unable to uphold their end of the bargain. This perspective can be useful for victims of familial or romantic narcissistic abuse, who do themselves a disservice by attempting to cast their abusers as nefarious villains within their personal narratives.


Even so, it's important for victims to understand the gravity of emotional abuse in long term relationships, whether those relationships are romantic or platonic, familial or social, professional or spiritual. It can be all too easy for victims of narcissism to justify and rationalize toxic behaviors, calling them annoying, inconvenient, challenging, problematic, self-absorbed and disrespectful, but still failing to recognize that even without physical violence, this type of treatment is indeed abusive, and it can leave lasting marks on the victim's psyche.


Within these pages, you will learn...


  • How to spot narcissism and the abusive relationship dynamics it creates


  • How to understand the narcissist's seemingly volatile and unpredictable emotional patterns


  • How to decode the abuse cycle


  • How to recognize abusive strategies, such as gaslighting, shaming, and projection


  • How to go "Low-Contact" with a narcissistic abuser


  • How to use the "Grey Rock" method to prevent further abuse


  • How to establish and maintain your personal boundaries


  • How to cut ties with narcissists and go "No-Contact"


  • How to handle smear campaigns, harassment, and other negative behaviors in the aftermath of a terminated relationship


  • How to work towards recovery, healing, and personal growth


  • How to rebuild your self-esteem and move past the identity of victimhood


  • And more...


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Overview

★★Buy the Paperback Version of this Book and get the Kindle Book version for FREE ★★
Do You Know that Narcissism is a Trait that Exists on a Spectrum?


It's healthy for each of us to have a fluid capacity for narcissistic behavior, in order to protect, stand up for, and take care of ourselves. But an individual with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) has an extreme level of narcissistic inclination that overshadows all of their other drives. Their egocentricity and lust for superiority are the most important aspects of their hollow self-worth. Narcissists will often stop at nothing to secure a sense of power and invulnerability to protect their egos. Everything in their lives is defined as a competition, even when cooperation and collaboration make more sense for everyone involved.


Unfortunately, these traits severely limit the narcissist's capacity to participate meaningfully in reciprocal relationships. Some mental health professionals would even go so far as to imply that people suffering from this empathy-deficient personality disorder aren't capable of feeling love for other people--at least not in the same way that the rest of us experience it. This being the case, you might argue that narcissistic abuse isn't a conscious or purposeful behavior on the part of the narcissist; rather, you might view this abuse as simply an unfortunate, but inevitable, byproduct of trying to establish loving or mutually respectful relationships with people who are entirely unable to uphold their end of the bargain. This perspective can be useful for victims of familial or romantic narcissistic abuse, who do themselves a disservice by attempting to cast their abusers as nefarious villains within their personal narratives.


Even so, it's important for victims to understand the gravity of emotional abuse in long term relationships, whether those relationships are romantic or platonic, familial or social, professional or spiritual. It can be all too easy for victims of narcissism to justify and rationalize toxic behaviors, calling them annoying, inconvenient, challenging, problematic, self-absorbed and disrespectful, but still failing to recognize that even without physical violence, this type of treatment is indeed abusive, and it can leave lasting marks on the victim's psyche.


Within these pages, you will learn...


  • How to spot narcissism and the abusive relationship dynamics it creates


  • How to understand the narcissist's seemingly volatile and unpredictable emotional patterns


  • How to decode the abuse cycle


  • How to recognize abusive strategies, such as gaslighting, shaming, and projection


  • How to go "Low-Contact" with a narcissistic abuser


  • How to use the "Grey Rock" method to prevent further abuse


  • How to establish and maintain your personal boundaries


  • How to cut ties with narcissists and go "No-Contact"


  • How to handle smear campaigns, harassment, and other negative behaviors in the aftermath of a terminated relationship


  • How to work towards recovery, healing, and personal growth


  • How to rebuild your self-esteem and move past the identity of victimhood


  • And more...


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  • ISBN-13: 9781073687480
  • ISBN-10: 1073687481
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: June 2019
  • Page Count: 150
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.32 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.46 pounds


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