Even the smartest, most rational people in the world can fall victim to the abuse of a narcissist. No one is immune – and these stories reflect real moments in everyday life.
Narcissists are uniquely competent at inflicting intense emotional, mental, and psychological trauma on their victims. What do responses to trauma look like and can it be overcome?
Friendships are meant to support, encourage, and bring out the best in each other. But what happens when a “good” or “best” friend starts showing narcissistic and toxic traits?
Money has been said to be the root of all evil. In the hands of a narcissist, this is potentially true.
Narcissists are addicted to attention and will use anything to secure it – even exaggerating or fabricating their own health issues.
With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, love is in the air! How do narcissists hide behind the facade of love to break down defenses and hurt the ones that care?
Going no-contact after a breakup can be challenging but worthwhile. Here’s how to make a clean break and save your sanity.
Personality can be conceptualized as the degree to which someone displays high or low levels of traits that are seen in the Five Factor Model. Where do narcissists rank?
Covert and grandiose narcissists are two main subtypes of narcissism. By understanding the structure of the façade, one can learn to dismantle it and become immune to the abuse.
Narcissists employ a variety of manipulation tools in order to keep someone close by. Micromanipulations are sneaky ways of appealing to one’s empathy and tightening the control.