Narcissism Blog Posts

Take the narcissist quiz

Today I’d like to challenge you to take the narcissist quiz by visiting www.psychcentral.com/quizzes/narcissistic.htm.   Please do tell me in the comments how you got on and why you think you scored the way you did to gain insight and support...
by Accessible Psychology on Jul 27, 2016

How to teach self-esteem without teaching narcissism

As someone who has always wanted a child I have often thought about how amazing it would be to shape someone’s life. I envisaged myself reading the latest parenting books, written by child psychologists and experts. One of the reasons parenthood is...
by Accessible Psychology on Jul 26, 2016

The Growing Epidemic Of Narcissism And Your Complete Guide On How To Deal With Narcissists Part Four

  Last week we dealt with how to handle your narcissistic boss, co worker or friend. This week we examine what to do when your partner or family member is a narcissist, the two areas of your life where it is most difficult to be in relation with...
by Accessible Psychology on Jul 25, 2016

How to encourage a narcissist to have empathy

This is a difficult one. The number one rule of getting along with a narcissist is not to question their thinking or rational. However, when they aren’t showing you any empathy and you are having difficulty in your relationship with them a little e...
by Accessible Psychology on Jul 21, 2016

Why narcissists never suspect they are narcissists

  One of the core elements of narcissism is that narcissists cannot acknowledge or accept their weaknesses as they find it too threatening to their sense of self. In order to compensate for their weaknesses they present a flashy charismatic pers...
by Accessible Psychology on Jul 20, 2016

How to tell if someone is moderately narcissistic

There are many ways to tell if someone is moderately narcissistic. Ask yourself the following questions and rate the person in question out of ten, 10 being very much so and 1 being not at all.   How hard does the person find it to forgive other...
by Accessible Psychology on Jul 19, 2016

The Growing Epidemic Of Narcissism And Your Complete Guide On How To Deal With Narcissists Part Three

  So far we have covered the signs and symptoms of narcissism, this week we will look more in depth at what to do and how to deal with the narcissist in your life, whatever your relationship to them.   Whilst researching narcissism I discov...
by Accessible Psychology on Jul 18, 2016

Trump is lawsuit-happy–common narcissist/abuser trait

Just read an article in the paper (though, of course, the online version is much longer) called Trump and the “I’ll Sue You” Effect.  It goes into Trump’s history of making threats to sue for defamation, few of which have act...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Jul 13, 2016

3 Reblogs on narcissist traits

All three of these posts, which I recently read, have been helpful because they explain some things that my most recent bullies did, which puzzled me: First, two blogs just posted on Grace for My Heart: Territoriality: One of the most common ways for...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Apr 23, 2016

Okay, maybe not finished with 1st draft yet: Getting into narc’s head

Regarding an earlier post, Finished with the first draft of my novel about obsession: I guess it’s nowhere near finished after all. After doing some more research, more ideas have popped into my head of what to do with the book.  The ideas kee...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Apr 9, 2016

Americans Will Be Voting For Lesser of Two Evils in 2016 Presidential Campaign

Hard to get excited about this crop of Presidential candidates.   But to not vote because they are not very likable  is not a good reason either. Source of Image:   Freedom Systems.org Regardless one of these narcissistic persons...
by Catalpa Grove on Jan 7, 2016

Reblog: Justice for the narcissist’s victim

From Grace for my Heart’s new post, Justice: I have heard so many stories of narcissists who just go merrily on their way, leaving behind trails of broken victims. Narcissists destroy churches, businesses, careers, marriages, even children and...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Nov 13, 2015

My narcissist: inspiring the rewrite of my old novella

The ideas are just streaming in as I work on a mass revision of Unwilling Time-Traveler.  I’ll keep posting the original version so you can see what it was like, and the original version is a basic template for what happens in the revision. ...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Nov 11, 2015

Update on moving on after abuse: Edited

This is partially an update, and partially an encouraging post for survivors of abuse.  A while back I posted in a fit of depression, so my subscribers might be wondering. So the new priest at my church has started up a Greek school.  The one for a...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Nov 9, 2015

Update on moving on after abuse

This is partially an update, and partially an encouraging post for survivors of abuse.  A while back I posted in a fit of depression, so my subscribers might be wondering. So the new priest at my church has started up a Greek school.  The one for a...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Nov 9, 2015

Reblog: “It’s Okay not to be Okay” after Narcissistic Abuse

From Grace for my Heart by Dr. David Orrison: Narcissistic relationships, whether in marriage, the family, at work, or wherever, are painful relationships. They cut deeply into our hearts. The narcissist takes life from us, goodness and strength. The...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Nov 7, 2015

Repost of “Losing Your Best Friend?–Or, Narcissistic Webs (Original Version)”

Excerpts from this post: [Originally a Facebook note, meant to explain to my friends (including mutual ones with my abusers) why it was so hard for me to just forget Richard and move on.  It turned into a much larger blog post when I began adding mo...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Oct 24, 2015

Reblog: What happens when you send your N “the letter”

Quote from the Narcissist’s Child: I have read many reports of the aftermath of sending that heartfelt NC letter that contained a long list of the narcissist’s hurtful behaviours and words. I have never heard of a favourable reaction. Not onc...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Sep 30, 2015

Part 2 of my “Stalked” series has been pinned

Statcounter constantly reveals interest in various sections of my “Now I’m Being Stalked” series from 2012. In this series, which was originally one long post, now split into 7 parts starting here, I described how Richard and Tracy...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Mar 26, 2015

The payoff of sharing my abusers’ sociopathic e-mail: Part 2 of my “Stalked” series has been pinned

Statcounter constantly reveals interest in various sections of my “Now I’m Being Stalked” series from 2012. In this series, which was originally one long post, now split into 7 parts starting here, I described how Richard and Tracy...
by Nyssa's Hobbit Hole on Mar 26, 2015
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