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4 Replies to “How To Identify An Extreme Narcissist”

  1. I’m curious about the term “people pleaser.” This sounds like a co-dependency no? Also, there are many greys here and getting to that place of truly being clear that someone is indeed a diagnosable narcissist can be difficult with out therapeutic help. Our culture is loaded with narcisstic attributes and many people justbuy into it. I also wonder if trauma can lead to these traits, like trauma can lead to addiction… I know that full blown narcissists can’t really recover, yet I believe if people try to do some healing work there can be progress. It reminds me so much of an addict… tough stuff.

  2. I have been married to a narcissist but do not fit the description of the spouse in this article.too hard and private to discuss on internet………too hard meaning to lengthy. Wishing you all the best!

  3. Oh, how I did not like to read this, but you said what I wished I good have heard many years ago! I was in this kind of relationship and almost all you said was true of me…….but, I am healed, restored, I have moved on and true love was found! 🌹I trust you will keep letting people know and try to understand this hard truth. Blessings and joy in all you do to help others in this web of despair, and I pray that you can also lead many to the flower garden of hope and healing. 🌸M

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