Narcissism

The Role of Anger in Abusive Relationships

Posted by on Dec 4, 2018 in Couples & Family, Divorce, Emotional Abuse, Marriage, Narcissism | 0 comments

The Role of Anger in Abusive Relationships

(As seen in Anton Media November 2018) Many people think that anger management is about learning to suppress your anger. The true goal should be to understand the message behind these feelings and to express them in a healthy way without losing control. The person who can do that will feel better, be more likely to have their needs met, be better able to manage conflict in their life and will strengthen their relationships. However, in abusive relationships anger isn’t the real problem.   If you are involved with someone who has an anger problem, you likely feel like you’re constantly...

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Surviving A Divorce With A High Conflict Personality

Posted by on Feb 13, 2016 in Anxiety, Couples & Family, Narcissism | 0 comments

Surviving A Divorce With A High Conflict Personality

(As Seen In Anton Publications January 13 – 19 2016) High Conflict Personalities (HCPs) possess many of the characteristics of a personality disorder including unmanaged emotions, all-or-nothing thinking and an inability to take responsibility for their actions. HCPs are persuasive blamers by nature. They convince others that their problems are caused by something or someone else. This is why many Narcissists, Borderlines, Histrionics and Antisocials employ smear campaigns when they target someone. By blaming others they keep the focus off the real problem, themselves. HCPs are driven...

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How To Co-Parent With A Narcissist

Posted by on Oct 16, 2015 in Couples & Family, Narcissism | 2 comments

How To Co-Parent With A Narcissist

How To Co-Parent With A Narcissist (As Seen In Anton News Publications October 14th – 20th, 2015)             Divorce is never easy on children. If you are co-parenting with a narcissist your stressful situation is even harder. They are egotistical, vain, conceited and self-centered. Their extraordinary lack of empathy for others, coupled with fantasies about their uniqueness, brilliance, and entitlement may create an urgent need for them to win or be considered right. Narcissists will lie, manipulate and use anyone, including their children, to get what they want. The unfortunate...

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