https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=6dv8zJiggBs What is the difference between a sociopath, a psychopath, and a narcissist? Here to tell us is leading psychologist and author of “Should I Stay or Should I Go: Surviving a Narcissistic Relationship” Dr. Ramani Durvasula.
https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-react-when-a-narcissist-is-deliberately-provoking-you/answer/Debra-Sutton-2?share=3d626a0f&srid=3AKf5 The narcissist is supplied by provoking reactions from you. Your upset, your tears, you fighting to prove him wrong and to prove your worth makes the narcissist feel good. This gives him a sense of control over your emotions. Near the end of my relationship I started agreeing with the narcissist. “He would say… Continue reading How do you react when a narcissist is deliberately provoking you? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora
https://www.quora.com/Do-narcs-really-officially-move-on-Do-they-forget-about-their-feelings-for-their-wife/answer/Debra-Sutton-2?share=86251732&srid=3AKf5 Yes narcissists move on and forget their wife or ex wife. Narcissists do not have object constancy. You are out of sight out of mind. Narcissists are in need of fuel or supply in order to keep the false self in tact. They move on to new sources of supply very easily. Narcissists go… Continue reading Do narcs really officially move on? Do they forget about their feelings for their wife? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora
https://narcsite.com/2018/09/07/a-very-murderous-narcissist-analysis/ Christopher or Chris Watts was recently charged with nine felonies including three counts of first degree murder. He is accused of murdering his wife Shanann and their two daughters, Bella aged 4 and Celeste, aged 3. Originally, Watts claimed that his wife and two children had disappeared from their home. A family friend, Nickole… Continue reading A Very Murderous Narcissist-Analysis by Narcissist H.G.Tudor
Leaving An Abusive Relationship If you have just left an abusive relationship it is important to know this was not love this is a trauma bond formed through intermittent reinforcement. Intermittent Reinforcement (reward and punishment) is a powerful manipulation tactic used by toxic abusers such as narcissists, sociopaths, and psychopaths. It is an important part… Continue reading When Love Is A Lie By Debra Sutton