5 thoughts on “6 Simple Secrets to Totally Rock Ignoring A Narcissist

  • August 21, 2019 at 9:30 am

    I tried gray rocking my narc in-laws.

    All it did was fuel her agenda to frame me as the cold, unhappy, depressed daughter-in-law married to their poor confused son.

    Further my in-laws used my gray-rocking to play the victim and triangulated with other extended relatives for their smear campaign that I am the difficult and selfish one.

    No contact is the only way to deal with narcissists.

    Great article!

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  • August 21, 2019 at 3:04 pm

    Thank u 4 this app; I have finally realized I’m with a.man that’s exactly what u ate referring 2, and as much as I love him and wish it wasn’t this way it is” and I will have a very hard time with letting go, even tho I no myself that it’s the only way it has 2b,I just wanted 2 say thank u 4 the conformation that how u feel about the way I’ve been and am being treated is just as u say it is, and that I am totally worth more and respect myself 1st and foremost, and am tired of being disrespected by this man, then loved and so on ect: Thank u 4 helping me see it 4 how It is, and I’m absolutely rite in my feelings as on my situation ” 🙏

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  • August 22, 2019 at 4:35 am

    Thanks so much for this article! I work with a licensed mental health provider who is always blaming others (her boss, former friends, other coworkers, Barack Obama) for imposing a ‘hostile work environment’. When she asked if I would do a legal document in an EEO case she has against a former coworker (also very narcissistic) and would say that I believed she was discriminated against on the basis of AGE and sex and I said “No, that is not the case-men were equally ‘abused’ by this person)..” she flew into a rage and the same cold shoulder, frowning at me in the halls, etc. Other credential providers I know and respect say I need to file a ‘mental instability’ complaint where she is licensed and while I have considered that to be an ‘ethical’ option, also know that she would then further retaliate against me as she does with anyone else who won’t be manipulated by her. I just want to do my job, be positive and not have to endure this person’s constant state of ‘victimhood’.

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  • August 22, 2019 at 9:23 pm

    Amazing advice, i widh i had read this a long long time ago, i have finally chosen to go cold turkey but its very early days and takes alot of focus but i e been brain washed and controlled by my mother and was never able to beat her. I gave up and ut all tues because i have realised theres nothing real about her and nothing good will ever come from being in contact with her.

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  • August 23, 2019 at 12:03 pm

    I am a mother of a schizophrenic.and my spouse have covert narcissist traits that I have recently recognized. I am 58 & He
    Is retired & HE IS in the home .I am maintaining low contact but his body laguage terrifies me a lot .what should I do?

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