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High Level Narcissists – Beyond the Flawless Image – Manipulations and Deceits

Your marital relationship with a high level narcissist is expendable. They are incapable of being loyal to anyone but themselves. 

Authentic feelings are not part of the high level narcissist’s psychological vocabulary. They tell great stories about their devotion to their spouse and children but this makes for great drama and image enhancement. 

The high level narcissistic spouse is always looking for new sources of psychological supply that will keep his ego fully inflated. 

High level narcissists always move on when things get difficult. They are not disposed to work on their marriage. They simply replace their spouses with others.

Pay attention to your needs and gifts. Don’t blame yourself for becoming involved in a marriage with a narcissist. 

Focus on your talents, well being and unique creative gifts. Give yourself tremendous credit for your insights, great character and the rediscovery of your true self.


Narcissistic Spiritual Gurus

For some time there have been a growing number of  Spiritual Teachers who are Narcissistic Personalities. The are among the most magnetic and charismatic individuals. 

There are many individuals who have been through very difficult and traumatic childhoods and deprivations. Some are going through divorce, shifts in their psychological and emotional well being.  Coming to the rescue are “narcissistic Gurus” who have all the answers. Charismatic, charming, excellent communicators and story tellers, these individuals offer courses that calm you down and that can make you rich. 

Often physically attractive with excellent communication skills, tey can captivate any audience.  Many travel the world, peddling their packages for thousands of dollars.  I have seen their self entitled over the top lifestyles, born out of the money that they extract from psychologically vulnerable people. 

I share my experience with a very “gifted” high level narcissistic guru. 

Pay attention to your intuitive gifts. You know the truth. Discover your own spiritual practice that has special meaning to you. Be kind, patient and understanding with yourself.

Malicious Narcissists Convincing Others You Are At Fault Or Crazy

Narcissists have an ugly, obnoxious side, especially if they want something that you have a nd you refuse to comply. This becomes very ugly during divorce from a narcissist. 

Do your research and be prepared for the narcissist during the divorce process. They hire shark-toothed attorneys. In some instances the narcissist contacts your relatives, in-laws, friends and anyone who who will listen to blatant lies about your character. 

The narcissist puts you at fault for everything that went wrong in the marriage. They never take responsibility for their irresponsible behavior. 

Surround yourself with individuals whom you can trust and who believe and understand the complex ordeal you are going through. 

Be kind and patient with yourself; practice self care: rest, sleep, move and exercise your way, nourishing food, hydration, Nature.

Never Underestimate the High Level Narcissist's Cunning

The high level narcissist is a restless human being. He/she is always seeking narcissistic supplies-those psychological foods that he must have in order to keep his ego sense of self fully inflated. 

Those who marry high level narcissist are unaware of their cunning and secrecy. Because of their charm and capacity to “read” their spouses and know their weak spots, they re clever at knowing when you are vulnerable, exhausted, confused, feeling desperate. It is at these times that their plans for how to control you further are hatched. 

The high level narcissist builds a false base of pseudo trust that this person of bad character begins their dirty work.

This is your time of awakening to the true deceptive nature of the high level narcissist. You decide to move forward along your own unique pathway. You now value yourself and your unique individuality. Practice self care each day: sleep, rest, nourishing food, hydration, Nature, exercise, creative activities.

Shameless High Level Narcissists Project Shame on to Their Spouses and Children

Shame is a complex intolerable feeling of being exposed, wanting to disappear, emotional vulnerability, feeling inferior and worthless. 

High level narcissists re shameless. They have no sense of limits or consideration for others

High level narcissists are cruel to their spouses, partners and children. They create reasons to shame their partners. 

High level narcissistic spouses are constantly finding ways to whittle you down psychologically, to disrupt your nervous system. 

You come to a time of awakening and know that you will separate from the high level narcissist. 

Put the emphasis on self care; get the rest and sleep that you need and deserve, good nutrition and hydration, movement and exercise that works for you, spending time in Nature, listening to beautiful music.

Covert Narcissists – Ruthless Chameleons

Chameleons are lizards who change their colors based on heat, humidity and their emotional state. Metaphorically covert narcissists are chameleons who develop personas that please those they want to impress. 

The covert narcissist has the same corrosive personality structure as the grandiose classic narcissist. 

The covert narcissist plays up your ego with a worshipful tone and endless compliments. Their pseudo humility and low key personality style is a clever camouflage. 

Covert narcissists betray you, play up to you and earn your trust. All the while they are talking behind your back, spreading lies about your personal life and your professional shortcomings. 

The numbers of narcissists are growing within a society that rewards them so handsomely. 

You are very different from the covert narcissist. You are authentic, worthy of trust, have empathy, have deep integrity. 

As you continue to move forward, pay close attention to your intuition which always tells you the truth. Your insights are very clear as are your keen perceptions.

Dating & Relationships After Narcissistic Abuse with Sarah Ramsey

In this episode, Toxic Relationship Specialist and host of the podcast ‘Toxic Person Proof’, interviews Kim Saeed as they talk about relationships and dating after narcissistic abuse.

Learn the most common struggles experienced by narcissistic abuse survivors, the two schools of thought after leaving a toxic relationship, what NOT to do during your first dates with a new potential partner, and other ways to become Toxic Person Proof.

Find Sarah’s podcast, Toxic Person Proof, on Apple Podcasts here:

Find her newly released book, Becoming Toxic Person Proof, here:

Other Ways to Break Free From Narcissistic Abuse

Whether you’re just discovering you are dealing with narcissistic abuse or are trying to heal from a narcissistic relationship, here are some helpful tips and resources:

1 – The Beginner’s Healing Toolkit is a free resource that includes everything you need to get started on healing your life after narcissistic abuse:

2 – The Essential Break Free Bootcamp – Explore techniques derived from behavioral therapy (vetted by the psychological and neuro-psychological communities) to finally heal your life:

3 – The THRIVE program – Rediscover your lost self after narcissistic abuse (and prepare yourself for true love):

The Bottom Line

Everyone has the innate capacity to heal themselves. But, you will likely need external support to heal the traumas that get in the way of your ability to tune into this gift.?Helpful tools and resources can assist you in developing effective ways to break free from narcissistic abuse.

A Safe Haven Space for Refugee and Immigrant Mental Health

Egette and Kristin talk about her new podcast on Mental Health News Radio Network: Safe Haven Space.

Egette Indelele was born and raised in a refugee camp in Tanzania. She is the oldest of five children and a first-generation honor college student at George Mason University. She is studying Psychology with a concentration in Cognitive and Behavior Neuroscience in hopes of opening her own practice in Burundi and emphasizing the importance of mental health while serving children with the hope of healing their traumatic life events. Egette’s work with Safe Haven was inspired by her experience as a refugee . She founded Safe Haven to help refugee students resettle in a new world while having access to mental health services.

Aside from mental health, Egette has a great passion for children around the world. With the passion to help children, she became the President of a UNICEF club at George Mason University. The club gave her the opportunity to advocate for children’s rights and educate her university community on the importance of helping the younger generation. She extended her passion and is now serving on the United Nation international Children Emergency Funds USA National Council. She also manages a program where members and volunteers mentor and tutor elementary-aged children at a local community center that serves refugees transitioning to life in America.

With mental health being a stigma around the world, specifically in refugees and immigrant families, she believes that Safe Haven will ease the transition to the American life. She also believes that it will help student perform better in school overall, while working on solving unresolved trauma

Student Mental Health with Sean Perry

Join Sean and Kristin for a discussion about student mental health and new ways to educate, empower, and provide help.

Sean Perry has two decades of coaching experience and working with youth. He’s a certified Life Coach, Cognitive Behavioral Coach, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Specialist/ instructor, certified in Childhood Trauma and is an Exposure Response Prevention Specialist. As of late Sean is trained to train staff in the Signs of Suicide Prevention Program. He also has been trained in collaborative problem solving.

Sean has spent the last several years in the Human Service/Mental Health field.

Sean saw a huge gap in the mental health industry while working in the private residential setting. He noticed that it was more about the have and the have nots then anyone would like to admit. This lack of equality pushed Sean to create We R H.O.P.E. Inc. with a colleague. While operating We R H.O.P.E., Sean was simultaneously the Program Manager at a residential treatment center for boys with severe trauma. He has since resigned to focus all of his energy on We R H.O.P.E. Sean hopes to create change in the public schools by bringing support at a much younger age and breaking the stigma of mental illness.


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