The ugly face of Narcissist is exposed between the relationship prescription and non-prescription drug.
Narcissist prescription drug: Hey, useless, this placebo a friend of yours?
Sugar Cub: PHONY!
Caption: “no medication to stop the diseased Narcissist”
Narcissists especially noted for commanding use of negative, cynical and pessimistic views about life. Your life, in particular, might be the brunt of their attack. In attack, narcissists seem proficient and talented in the art of Sarcasm. It’s a narcissistic go to tool. They are extremely efficient in their specialty use of Sarcasm to crush others self-esteem and put them down. So, what can the victim of Narcissistic Abuse do?
How To Deal With A Narcissist and Narcissistic Abuse
One common type of narcissistic abuse is being the focus of attack from a narcissist will undoubtedly be skillful and impressive with the use of a multilevel assault to tear you down, slice you and stab our heart with their harsh tongue. The narcissist is talented in the art of Sarcasm. It’s a narcissistic go to tool. They are extremely efficient in their specialty use of Sarcasm to crush others self-esteem and put them down.
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How To Deal With A Narcissist?
- Recognize that your feelings are valid and important.
- Stand up for yourself, again and again, even if they’re not listening.
- Devise clear boundaries, explain them, and enforce them.
- Don’t give up things that matter to you, no matter what the narcissist thinks about it.
- Give an ultimatum (but only if you mean it.)
Is there any hope for a narcissist or someone with narcissistic tendencies?
I love Holly’s reply to his comment on the post:
Can narcissists be healed, i.e. is there any hope down the road and is it worth waiting for someone to change? – comment on the post How To Deal with the Narcissist in Your Life
Here is how Holly Brown answered this question
With any personality disorder, treatment can be tricky and long-term. Usually, narcissists don’t present for treatment (they don’t think they have a problem, they think others around them are too sensitive or otherwise to blame.) But if a person is truly motivated to change and willing to do all the work that entails, then healing is always possible. I can’t say what the time frame is, though, or whether it’s worth it for you to wait. There are no guarantees in mental health and relationships, unfortunately. But I wish you all the best in making the right decision for you.
Are you a Narcissist?
The Psych Central Narcissistic Personality Disorder Test / Quiz and find out.
*Brown, H. (2014). How To Deal with the Narcissist in Your Life. Psych Central. Retrieved on August 31, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/bonding-time/2014/03/how-to-deal-with-the-narcissist-in-your-life/