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This would force them to think only of themselves which they so conveniently avoid by projecting others’ personality onto themselves. I was not subject to being on the receiving end of these temper tantrums anymore. Suddenly, the big bad abuser was no longer so big or powerful…merely indignant, because their tactics were rendered ineffective, and I was actually – horror of horrors! Nowadays, that person poses little risk, and does not even attempt to co-parent/poison our young (they put in a brief appearance once a month or so, and otherwise let us be).The more of the above behaviors and feelings you recognize, the more likely it is that you are in fact experiencing narcissistic abuse. They have no problem keeping important information away from you. Pay attention to the quick lane changes in conversation.Bree Bonchay, LCSW and founder of World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day, summarizes it well: "Narcissistic abuse does not usually include forms of physical abuse with physical signs like bruises. (One second they are talking about their kid’s party, then a half-second later, they are talking about their friend’s dead cat and veterinary history.) 4.Over time, the abuse chips away at the target’s self-confidence and self-esteem. They will make no effort to resolve an issue, no matter how much they yammer on about it. Track each time they bug you with questions about how you would act in certain (off the wall) situations: “What would you do if I…fill in the blank”.The target isn’t even aware it’s happening until the damage has been done. Ex: “What would you do if you came out of your apartment and saw me hiding in the bushes?The person’s own family took no issue with my action (removing that person from our lives) – but outsiders, who merely saw the accused “grandparent alienation” had more of a problem with it.
I just got out of a ten year relationship with a US Congressman.Coming from a narcissistic family with a mother, father and brother who all have NPD, I have to agree about the ‘spiritual rape’.Being their ‘victim’ only made me a stronger person, though it took decades to get to this point. I have created a list of their defining habits so that anyone can recognize a psychopathic acquaintance before falling victim: https:// I would say that the most important, yet subtle, red flag is that all psychopaths contradict themselves. They end a conversation with a statement that opposes what they said at the beginning. They talk (boast or demean) nonstop about the people in their lives because they (are property) are extensions of themselves.