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Narcissistic Abuse

NPDs and APDs use language specifically designed to get their victims to:

  • Question their sanity
  • Mistrust those who support them, i.e., family, parents
  • Feel abandoned, as if only the narcissist cares
  • Feel worthless
  • Give themselves no credit for their hard work
  • Doubt their ability to think or make decisions
  • Disconnect from their own wants and needs
  • Give in to whatever the narcissist wants
  • Devalue their contributions
  • Obsess on their faults or mistakes
  • Ignore or make excuses for narcissist’s actions
  • Spin their wheels trying to gain narcissist’s favor
  • Obsess on how to make the narcissist happy
  • Idealize the narcissist

In present day circumstances, these disordered personalities have advanced their methods with scientific studies on how to emotionally and mentally devastate another person, more often a partner in a couple relationship, to exist in altered mind and body states of powerlessness and helplessness — at least temporarily, until they wake up and come out of the fog.

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 https://blogs.psychcentral.com/relationships/2017/03/narcissistic-abuse-and-the-symptoms-of-narcissist-victim-syndrome/

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