How to Navigate Your Relationships with Narcissists
In this second episode of a four-part series, Sandra Beck shares more detail about what it’s like to be in a relationship with a narcissist, and in particular some of the challenges of co-parenting with one. She offers tips to help ease that situation, as well as discussing how to find a suitable therapist.
Empowerment is a theme that runs through all of Sandra Beck’s work. Whether she is coaching a company owner to a million-dollar commission goal, training a stay-at-home mom to perform SEO on websites or speaking to a corporate group about personal and professional growth, her message is about what is possible and how to create the circumstances of your choosing. Sandra teaches all of her clients how to maximize their lives by using the power of the internet coupled with solid business practices along with the drive of their passions to create the lifestyle of their dreams."Everyone has a right to their own thoughts and feelings." -@sandrabeck Click To Tweet
What You’ll Learn from This Episode:
- Some of the traits that make someone an “empath” (in this instance, the term used to mean the partner of a narcissist)
- Why an empath and a narcissist fit together so easily
- Why being “easygoing” can make you a prime target for a narcissist, and why it makes it hard for you to realize it
- How the changes and transitions of life are triggers for the narcissist’s worst behaviors
- What is “vulnerable narcissism”?
- Can you “manage” a narcissist?
- What is polarization and what can you do about it?
- How to talk to your children about their narcissistic parent
- How to find a good therapist who understands your needs
- Why you should never tell a narcissist your “weak spots”
- Why it’s best not to talk to your friends about your narcissistic partner
- How to deal with a narcissist’s childish behavior, whether in public or in private
- Important strategies for handling “must-attend” events that are shared with a narcissist
- How to handle Christmas or other gift-giving occasions when a narcissist will also be involved
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