Codependency And Dependent Personality Disorder Revisited By Debra Sutton


We are a all Codependent to some extent in our need to feel loved, safe, and secure in life and within the family unit. We all depend on others to a certain extent. This is normal. It is when the need for the approval of others for our own self esteem, self worth, and validation… Continue reading Codependency And Dependent Personality Disorder Revisited By Debra Sutton

How did Narcissistic Abuse become an epidemic?When did this occur? Answered By Debra Sutton On Quora


https://www.quora.com/How-did-NARCISSISTIC-ABUSE-become-such-an-epidemic-When-did-this-occur/answer/Debra-Sutton-2?share=91677fe4&srid=3AKf5 Narcissistic Abuse has been here since the beginning of mankind. As we look back through past generations we can see the multi generational patterns of narcissistic abuse. Society and cultures promote this behavior, and even reward it. Movies glamorize it. Looking back at the movies in the forties and fifties we can see it… Continue reading How did Narcissistic Abuse become an epidemic?When did this occur? Answered By Debra Sutton On Quora

Doesn’t the lack of object constancy also explain why victims of NPD abuse see their partners in extremes of black and white? Is that why they first idealize their partners’ perfection, but later see them as evil incarnate? Answered By Debra Sutton On Quora


https://www.quora.com/Doesn-t-the-lack-of-object-constancy-also-explain-why-victims-of-NPD-abuse-see-their-partners-in-extremes-of-black-and-white-Is-that-why-they-first-idealize-their-partners-perfection-but-later-see-them-as-evil/answer/Debra-Sutton-2?share=4110fcf8&srid=3AKf5 For the victim this is not a lack of object constancy. This is the victim waking up. This is coming out of cognitive dissonance. It took time for the victim of narcissistic abuse to reach this point where the fog is finally lifted. Due to severe abuse the victim was blinded. This is not… Continue reading Doesn’t the lack of object constancy also explain why victims of NPD abuse see their partners in extremes of black and white? Is that why they first idealize their partners’ perfection, but later see them as evil incarnate? Answered By Debra Sutton On Quora

What Will A Narcissist Do When Confronted With A Shortcoming Answered By Debra Sutton On Quora


https://www.quora.com/What-will-a-narcissist-do-when-confronted-about-a-shortcoming-Will-they-pretend-to-make-changes-to-save-face-Or-continue-with-the-behavior-like-the-confrontation-never-happened-And-why/answer/Debra-Sutton-2?share=9ae2d1b2&srid=3AKf5 If you confront a narcissist with their shortcomings more than likely it will be flipped around on you. They may react with rage, circular arguments, and proceed to tear you apart. They may even react with violence. They protect the false self at all cost due to their defense mechanisms. The false self is… Continue reading What Will A Narcissist Do When Confronted With A Shortcoming Answered By Debra Sutton On Quora

Jealous Of Your Contentment By Narcissist H.G. Tudor


Originally Posted on narcsite: https://narcsite.com/2018/06/28/jealous-of-your-contentment-7/ Granting you contentment is part of our design when we seduce you and grant you the golden period. The provision of your contentment at that juncture in our entanglement provides the luscious positive fuel to flow in our direction and all is well. We truly do delight in seeing you… Continue reading Jealous Of Your Contentment By Narcissist H.G. Tudor

Why Is It Easy For Narcissist To Fake Emotions Answered By Debra Sutton On Quora


https://www.quora.com/Why-is-it-easy-for-narcissists-to-fake-emotions/answer/Debra-Sutton-2?share=3ac9f145&srid=3AKf5 Not all of the emotions of narcissists are fake they do feel emotions of anger, jealousy, envy, frustration, hatred, and fury. The emotions they don’t feel such as love, happiness, joy, compassion, and empathy etc. are easily faked because they have watched those around them express these emotions and they have learned how to… Continue reading Why Is It Easy For Narcissist To Fake Emotions Answered By Debra Sutton On Quora