The most common question I get from my clients or readers is, “What if I’m the narcissist?” This is a question wrought with fear. And it often comes from the actual narcissist, accusing you of being a narcissist. If you think you’re a narcissist, then that means you are concerned about other people’s feelings, as well as questioning your own behavior and taking accountability for it. This is the exact opposite of how a narcissist thinks and operates.
Your biggest problem with a narcissist isn’t worrying if you are one, but instead, it’s how you think of them, how you see them, and mostly how you see yourself. In this episode, I break down how you view the narcissist in your life may be working against you and what you can do instead. Thinking like a narcissist does not mean you are one. But it does mean you are no longer stuck in a frenzied, scared mindset.
- Why you must stop fearing what a narcissist says, does, or thinks of you
- The importance of breaking down the illusions and thought distortions we once used to survive our childhood or past traumas
- The reason you must see a narcissist as a squirrel and not as a bear
- How a narcissist sees you, is ultimately how you see you
- A narcissist is terrified to be seen as who they really are, but so are you
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