Tuesday, 16 August 2016

A Major Announcement:

Recovered former victims of narcissistic abuse are wanted to feature in a new video documentary, to be produced by Marc Hubs (Sparkster) & Co.

Basic Rules:

You should be free of all control and no longer be in contact with your narcissist(s).

Your experience of being victimized must have lasted for at least five years or more.

You must be emotionally and mentally healthy enough to be able to answer specific questions and talk about your experience(s) openly.

To apply:

If you are interested in taking part in this project, you can either send a direct message to the Facebook page here:

ww.facebook.com/ReflectionsOfNPD/


Or you can message Marc Hubs directly through the Facebook profile here:

https://facebook.com/sparkster.hubs

Note:

By producing this documentary we hope to portray the subjective experience of victims as accurately as possible whilst presenting a taste of the devastating effects of having to endure such experiences.

This will give you the opportunity to have your say and to provide any information which you believe can help people develop a better understanding of the dynamics of being involved with a narcissist.

Friday, 17 June 2016

Jekyll & Hyde, The Demon Inside

Trying to get through to a narcissist can not only prove to be a frustrating and futile effort but the experience is emotionally and mentally draining and can also be risky business.

Push just that little bit too much and you may just end up waking up and unleashing the narcissist's inner demon and you certainly wouldn't want that... or would you?

Many people who have been dragged through the metaphorical fires of Hell and who are still scorched and in flames often come to the conclusion that they need to rise above, take a stand and beat the narcissist at their own game by giving them a taste of their own medicine.

Whilst this isn't completely impossible, it's a bad idea right from the start. Most people who have direct experience with a narcissist don't realize how dangerous a position they could be putting themselves in by attempting to do so. A common description of a narcissist is someone who has a split personality but Narcissistic Personality Disorder is not Multiple Personality Disorder (now known as Dissociative Identity Disorder). The narcissist is two people in one - Jekyll and Hyde.

If you do manage to successfully bypass a narcissist's psychological and emotional defense mechanisms and then hit them where it hurts by confronting them with their narcissistic attributes, Jekyll is inevitably going to turn into Hyde and the inner demon will come bursting out of the shell in an incredible fit of extreme narcissistic rage. The truly evil side of the narcissist will be unveiled.

You will then be blasted with shockingly honest and unfathomable levels of hatred way below the belt. They will openly show you that you are nothing but an object to be exploited in a manner comparable to certain scenes from The Exorcist movie.

Unleashing the inner core of a narcissist can be a horrific experience and if you think you've figured them out, you would be better off keeping quiet about it.

If you are dealing with a narcissist who has psychopathic tendencies (a narcissistic psychopath, or narcopath) then by continually and consistently confronting them and threatening their false self, you could very well be putting your own life in danger. A narcissistic psychopath may go as far as committing murder if it means protecting their false self.


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Sunday, 29 May 2016

Empathy: The Key To Psychic Awareness

After years of research and direct experience with narcissistic abuse, plus communication with former victims, it is now clear that many victims often go on to develop psychic abilities.

Although recovery from narcissistic abuse takes many years, former victims usually go on to develop significantly higher levels of empathy than they previously had, before going through their experiences with a narcissist. After such a horrendous long-term experience, of course, it makes sense that they would feel free, liberated and would appreciate the world more.

For many of them, coming out of the other side of long-term narcissistic abuse often leads them into becoming more spiritual people and they become more aware, not just of the physical world but also of the metaphysical world - almost like an upgrade of their psyche which kicks into action, this upgrade of their psyche not only helping their wellbeing but also helping them to become more aware of potential threats - a defence mechanism based on psychic awareness.

Whilst it's true that some people were victimized by narcissists because they were already empaths, many former victims go on to become full-blown empaths after their experience and develop high levels of intuition, not only to the point that they can feel the emotions of people close to them but also to the point whereby they can sometimes pick up on those people's thoughts telepathically also.

Furthermore, with high levels of empathy comes higher vibration and many former victims also find themselves being able to tune into and perceive the spirit world. They may develop abilities such as telepathy and precognition but perhaps most notably, psychometry - to perceive energy from an inanimate object. That is, they may go on to feel empathy for their car, or their laptop, or their musical instrument.

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Thursday, 5 May 2016

Creative Intelligence Linked To Narcissism

According to a new study carried out by psychologists at De La Salle University in Manila, there is a link between creative intelligence and narcissistic/sociopathic tendencies.

Of course, it has always been purported that geniuses are at least a little bit crazy.

Three studies were carried out. For the first study, over 500 participants were asked to fill in a questionnaire designed to pick up on narcissistic and sociopathic traits. For the second study, 250 college students were monitored for indications of being bold, disinhibited and mean.

For the third study, levels of excitement were monitored by the amount of electrical activity in the participant's skin whilst the participants were carrying out activities such as gambling exercises.

The results were published in peer reviewed journal, Personality and Individual Differences, and show how sociopathic traits may be integral to some creative personalities.

The three studies were led by Adrianne John Galang and showed that people with higher levels of creative genius were more likely to display antisocial traits including higher levels of risk-taking behaviour and dishonesty.

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Theodore Millon's 5 Types Of Narcissist

Theodore Millon was a psychologist/psychiatrist who proposed five different main types of Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), or Malignant Narcissism/Self-Love.

Millon also developed the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory (MCMI) which is currently widely used in diagnostic testing. Whereas James F Masterson had only proposed two main types of narcissism, exhibitionist (overt) and closet (covert), Millon defined the following four categories for his subtypes.


Unprincipled:

Used to describe narcissists with antisocial (i.e. sociopathic) features. Unprincipled narcissists are usually unscrupulous, deceptive and exploitative. Also includes charlatans and frauds.

Amorous:

Basically a narcissist with histrionic features (i.e. a drama queen). Amorous narcissists may appear charming and charismatic on the outside but they are also exhibitionists and have erotic tendencies.

Compensatory:

Compensatory narcissists tend to have passive-aggressive features and usually a negative attitude and outlook on life. They also have avoidant features presumably due to their negative way of thinking.

Elitist:

Elitist narcissists have a tendency to view themselves as better than anyone else, whether in status, position or intellect. Elitist narcissism fits in with Wilhelm Reich's description of a phallic narcissist.

The fifth subtype:

Unusually, Millon's fifth category included either all or none of the above. It could therefore be assumed that Millon had come up with six categories in total but didn't want to overly confuse the issue.

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