Virtual Couch Episode 31 – Narcissism 101 Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Ep31 Narcissism 101 Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Narcissistic Personality Disorder

There’s a lot of talk in the news of narcissism. Many people in powerful positions, i.e. politicians, actors, CEOs of large companies, appear to be impervious to the thoughts of others, often being praised for their ability to put their heads down and power through, letting nothing get in their way. And while this may get them ahead in their chosen professions, it can be absolutely devastating to their relationships, often leaving massive destruction in their wake. Sexual harassment allegations are everywhere, and many of the accused appear to lack complete awareness of the significance of their accusations or of the feelings of their victims. Many of these traits are classic symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). In this episode Tony takes a deep dive into NPD, it’s symptomology, and how to work with a narcissist. This episode is brought to you by Bloom, a program developed specifically for women to help them recovery from the trauma associated with betrayal, whether it be betrayal from a spouse who has a pornography or sex addiction, or from emotional betrayal of an affair or compulsive lying. Please visit bloomforwomen.com and use coupon code virtualcouch for one month of free access to their evidence-based program to help heal, and recover from betrayal trauma. This episode is also brought to you by pathbackrecovery.com Tony’s program for helping overcome pornography addiction, and finally by elis-extracts, the all-natural, organic shave cream scented with essential oils. Use coupon code virtualcouch for 25% off your entire order.

2 thoughts on “Virtual Couch Episode 31 – Narcissism 101 Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Narcissistic Personality Disorder”

  1. Thank you so very much for this episode. I’m going through a divorce from a narcissist, and I thought I was crazy for years. As you spoke, I kept nodding my head and saying “yes!”.

    Thank you for giving me insight. I feel a greater sense of peace. I am still trying to let go, and move on. This helped.

    1. Thanks so much for sharing, Mina. Now that you have a clearer understanding (and have given it a name) there are a lot of good books/resources out there to help you start to make peace with the past and help navigate the future. Thanks again for sharing!

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