You are taught as a child that if someone hits you, you hit them back. So the question is, how do you do hurt a narcissist back?
People will tell you that doing what a narcissist does to you, will just make you stoop to their level, and then you won't be any better either. So what can you do instead?
In the video you will learn what it really means to beat a narcissist, without losing your values and why you don't want to become like them.
Sometimes you have been in a situation so long that you have forgotten who you were before. Fear and self-doubt creep in, and you eventually stay because at least you know what to expect, even if you are extremely miserable.
Leaving a narcissistic relationship is the hardest thing I had to do. Even though everything in my head told me I needed to leave, the thought of being alone and starting over was too daunting.
In this video I discuss with you whether it's possible, why you absolutely have to leave and how to start getting your power back.
When you are an empath, you want to help people, heal them, fix them and make the world a better place. You keep hoping that the narcissist will realize how they can lead a better life, and learn how to treat you better. The truth is, they must want to change.
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They say that if you don't have plans for your life, then someone else will.
I think one of the main reasons that people are unhappy is because they haven't got any goals to work towards. The people who know where they are going to be, or what they want to be when they grow up are very fortunate.
If you don't know what you want, then you will be like a leaf blowing in the wind. It also means that you will allow your life to be swayed by someone else who does have plans for you.
It's critical that you sit yourself down and decide what you want from life, even if it's something small, so that you can take ownership.
In this video I explain how codependency is often a result of not knowing what you want and taking responsibility for your life.
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We often blame our partner for the miserable relationship that we have. The truth is you are unhappy because you have put your happiness in the other person's hands.
When you believe that the other person fulfills your needs and makes you complete, then you are setting yourself up for failure. People are only a mirror for what is lacking in your life and are there to show you where you need to fulfill yourself.
When you take full responsibility for your needs, your life will be balanced and centred.
Watch my video below to understand how codependency works, and what you need to do to heal your relationship.
I have often had people ask me whether a narcissist feels guilt.
Their behaviour can be confusing, especially when they show emotion at times and no emotion at other times.
This is a very short video that will answer this question quickly and simply, but also to help you ask a better question.
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For years I was the sole breadwinner, thinking that one day my husband would return the favour. I sometimes worked 16 hour days, did back-breaking work, and didn't even get a day's maternity leave when my son was born. I worked 7 days a week, and if I complained about being tired, I was told, "You like working".
As an empath, you believe that when you give, the other person will reciprocate and give back to you. However, that doesn't work in the world of narcissists.
Their job is to take, and your job is to give, that's how it works. Giving to a narcissist is a bottomless pit.
Watch my video to find out how you can stop giving your love and energy to someone who will keep draining it from you, and how you can start giving to yourself.
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They say that opposites attract. And they are right. Except when it comes to love, most of us are looking for our match, who we think is just like us. The truth is that we attract what we feel like we are missing in our own lives, or in other words, what we deny about ourselves.
In this video I share with you the two personality extremes: narcissists and empaths, and why they find each other. Enjoy!
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I lived with a a narcissist for 15 years. In the beginning I didn't realise who, or what, I was dealing with, and as a result I tried everything in my power to try and "fix" him, or "us".
It was only when I had exhausted every possible way that I knew to change him, that I was forced to take stock and realise that it wasn't up to me alone. There are 2 people in a relationship, and they both need to make it work.
I have discovered that most anxiety, stress, depression and feelings of low self-worth have something in common, and that is that there is a toxic person involved.
More and more I am finding that people who are blocked, undermined, undervalued, are under the influence of someone who is stealing their energy, or deliberately causing trauma.
I will be doing a video series on narcissism, so that you can learn what their characteristics are, how they affect your life, how to deal with them, and why you attracted them in the first place.
I wish that I had known this a long time ago, because it would have saved me years of doubt and heartache, besides the abuse that I allowed myself to endure.
In this video, I will explain to you what I term 'narcissism", briefly how they function, and why they can't, and shouldn't, be fixed.