What You Can Anticipate from Narcissists After Implementing No Contact

**Title: Navigating Narcissistic Abuse: What to Expect and How to Respond**


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In this video, we’ll be discussing what to expect when dealing with toxic, narcissistic individuals in your life. We acknowledge that not all relationships require continued connection, but societal pressures often make it necessary to interact with certain family members or ex-spouses. We’re here to help you navigate these situations with resilience and inner strength.

It’s crucial to manage your expectations when facing toxic individuals. Release any preconceived notions of them being kind or malicious, as these assumptions can lead to disappointment. Instead, adopt a responsive approach rather than a reactive one. By doing so, you can focus on your own growth and well-being.

Drawing from personal experience, we’ll share what typically occurs when reentering toxic environments with narcissistic abusers after a period of no contact. These individuals will often revert back to their charming, charismatic selves, primarily for the benefit of those around them. They aim to prove that you were the problem and that they’re blameless.

Understanding this tactic is essential. Narcissists will try to shape the narrative, either by showcasing your awkwardness or by pointing out their own good behavior. By anticipating these manipulative tactics, you can better prepare yourself and maintain your emotional boundaries.

Join us in uncovering the truth behind narcissistic abuse and how to handle these challenging situations with grace and self-preservation.

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A narcissist is someone who has an inflated sense of self-importance, a deep need for excessive attention and admiration, troubled relationships, and a lack of empathy for others. People with narcissistic personality disorder often believe they are superior to others and have little regard for other people’s feelings. They tend to be controlling and have difficulty accepting criticism or setbacks. Narcissistic behavior can be detrimental to relationships and can be damaging to an individual’s mental and physical health.

How Do You Know If Your Dealing With Narcissistic Abuse:
– Narcissists have an exaggerated sense of self-importance, Lovers Of Themselves.
– Narcissists feel entitled and act in ways that cross your boundaries.
– Narcissists Create fantasies of having the perfect life, family, children or success.
– Narcissists Look down on others, and create gangs or groups from which to oppress people.
– Belittle others ideas and opinions as being inferior, invalid and not worth listening to.
– Expect others to comply with their way of doing things.
– Manipulate and use people to get what they want.
– Narcissists have no empathy for the needs of others
– Narcissists behave in an arrogant or haughty manner, coming across as conceited, boastful and pretentious

At the same time, people with narcissistic personality disorder have trouble handling anything they perceive as criticism, and they can:

– Become impatient or angry when they don’t receive special treatment
– Have significant interpersonal problems and easily feel slighted
– React with rage or contempt and try to belittle the other person to make themselves appear superior
– Have difficulty regulating emotions and behavior
– Experience major problems dealing with stress and adapting to change
– Feel depressed and moody because they fall short of perfection
– Have secret feelings of insecurity, shame, vulnerability and humiliation

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  1. 6:45 "If you're forced in a situation where you have to be with them again (after going NC), DON'T GREYROCK. That's not necessary." Thanks. I might need that in the future if circumstances occurr that make it so that I'm in contact

  2. Just one problem ….no matter how sweet ,that heavy vibe in my stomach /solar plexus says STAY AWAY …learned my lesson. Got 2 or 3 friends and there are BILLIONS of people in the world ….move on.

  3. I believe that 'gray rock' is an internal state of mind, where, no matter what the narcist does, whether he is being showily nice, or utterly slimy towards you, you are not going to take the bait. You will not let either your resolve or your equilibrium be shaken.

  4. I don't think my recent ex is a full blown narcissist but extremely selfish and self-centered. Is it true that studies show that Narcissistic Personality Disorder only makes up only 1 Percent? Because I have at least 4 Narcs that have all the traits of the disorder so how can that be 1 percent? I am confused?

  5. I moved away from my older sister last week under great stress from her violent rages, and a lot of expenses I cannot afford, putting me in a homeless situation at 70 years old. She tried to control, dehumanize, demean,…me by giving me a 30 day notice to move out of her house.
    Now she is hoovering me with texts trying to be all nice. Problem….when I saw her texting me I got dizzy, sick, nauseous, feverish. She really traumatized me! I am No Contact with her, but she terrifies me! Idk what to do!!!😱😱😱😭😭😭😩😵‍💫😵‍💫😵‍💫

  6. I was offered twice to come back but the amount of narcissistic abuse was so damaging that I cringed at the invitation which I know is a trap. No! They have closed their door on me as a form of punishment when I decided to leave because I had have ENOUGH! I have found a new door with understanding people ( simple folks) who know how to respect boundaries and taught me a lot about loving, giving and living with boundaries! I’m fine without “ the family I once have “ who closed their door on me thinking I would die and not survive without them. I thought so during those “ dark times “ but I survived and found serenity from within myself without them. God loves us and He will never forsake the “poor in spirit and of material wealth “ He will bless you as you seek for Him and focus on whatever He has blessed you with- your life and your talents!

  7. I'm sick to my stomach I moved and changed my number due to toxicity of 3 dangerous ppl I have custody of my grandbaby and 2 of these ppl are her parents and the 3rd person was a person I realized I couldn't trust due to her having so called weak moments tt the parents! Now they're harassing my dad who's the only person that knows my new number and location. One or all of them called the cops for a bogus welfare check trying to get my dad to give out my new information. My dad wasn't home and the cops left a message but whoever called in the welfare check said oh nevermind I found out the baby is fine which was a lie cuz no one knows where I am. I'm so scared

  8. All of your presentations are accurate but what is the most annoying trait these people exhibit is there inability to recognize nor appreciate your level of awareness throughout all their machinations throughout the years. Even dogs are aware when you don't like them much less want them around!

  9. oh my goodness why would you want them back! They are CON artist people!! The way I did it is once I found out all the lies and had all the evidence of other women and the money being hidden in different accounts. I’m on him like he died, because he did!!! That person doesn’t exist. That’s a fake it was an act. They do that to get what they need and then they move onto the next victim. The point is you’re not a victim anymore you’ve moved on. I pray you moved on and did your work!!!🙏🙏. I agree with the gray rock not being used after you’ve been away for a while then you can have a conversation with them and you know what reactive abuses is and know how to talk to these cons. Once she realize that you’re dealing with pretty much a two-year-old in a grown adult body that is a tyrant then it doesn’t bother you anymore the stupid stuff they do. You realize that they’re extremely miserable even though they don’t show at the deep down there’s nothing there it’s pure evil and sad actually. No amount of help can help a person that’s not willing to look at their own issues.

  10. This awkwardness did happen with my sister and I when I felt forced to call her after my dad died. I had been no contact for 1.5 years. I reacted so looked bad 😅 Oh well, live you learn but I like that others can learn through this video instead of having my experience 😅

  11. Yeah I went no contact one year ago with my narc father and in the last few months he's been visiting my sister more and more (we live together) despite me repeatedly pleading her to not call him over anymore… Sadly I'm not in any financial situation to move out yet so… Yeah.

  12. Lol, I actually recently experienced this lesson recently. Literally had an impenetrable armor through the entirety of the situation til the money started talking. Brought my hopes up to realize that was who that person actually was and I shouldn't expect more than that. Got my money and GTFO so as to detox.

  13. I don't want him to come back ever. I think that no contact is my best bet. It's been 2 months. He has contacted me by text and he goes to my brother's house. I won't go to my brother's house or answer his texts. I know I still have a soft spot for him. I do not want to see him ever again.

  14. My first time dating a Narc. Same sex relationship. We dated for 2yrs. She had like alot of personalities that change in a blitz second. She abused me and blamed me for it, she verbal abuse me everyday and blame me its all my fault. She loves me now and 5min later im her enemy. I was so confuced everyday. I never loved any1 before with all ive got. Like i loved her. And i did everything for her, kissed the floor she walked on, looked after her son. Everyday i tried my best to make her happy and she was ungrateful unhappy miserable everyday. I could never win. I was so afraid of her, she rejects me everyday and then she wants me to love her. I was so confuced where i stand everyday. I got insecure about our relationship. I couldnt understand what i do wrong everyday and i just become silent. Not talking not eating cant sleep. When i cry she will tell me to cry softly shes trying to sleep. She loves me one day and the next she says get the @$%$@ out of my house. Then when i pack my things to leave she asks me where im going. And i musnt leave i must stay and then i unpack my stuff again. She repeatedly crushed me cursing me avoiding me lying to me, i never got love or attention or cuddles and kisses. And then one day she told me to F ….off and so i left for good and when she said sorry it was too late i was gone. And now she blame me for everything says im a Narc and everything was my fault. Shes out there living life a day after our breakup laughing and enjoying herself and im left alone to pickup the pieces and still crushed crying my damm heart out everyday. She will message me says i miss you and when i reply miss you too she will say stay out of my life. !#$%%!#@ it hurts!!! Loving a Narc person so deep and they feel a !@$%^$ about you! I keep telling myself she wasnt what i thought she was but it doesnt help the pain. I struggle to get over this i had councelling. One day she is sorry the next day shes not. One day she loves me the next day she dont. I mean… this relationship destroyed me, and almost killed me. But i got out in time. But i must say im broken. And still love her. But choose not to have contact at all. Im not going to have another relationship soon after this.

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