5 Things Narcissists Hate That Normal People Love

Do YOU want to become a Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Coach? Have you been able to free yourself from emotionally manipulative predators and have learned from first hand experience what is involved with seeing through the manipulation, the difficulty of unmeshing from the abuser in order to get back to the person you truly are (the one the narcissist tried to erase) and do you desire to help those that are not as far along on their healing journey??? If so -here is a link to the Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Certification Course; https://micheleleenieves.com/narcissi…

Can a Narcissist Be a Christian? (Može byť narcista kresťanom?)

Narcissism is on the rise both in general society and in the church, and it’s not just limited to regular church-goers. Narcissistic pastors, priests and many so-called „Christian Psychologists“ have led numerous people astray while causing significant emotional damage. The effects of narcissism on countless lives has been wasted time, emotional pain, undue stress and sometimes even physical pain or suicide. This video examines the traits of a Narcissist measured against Christian tenets and biblical truths to conclude whether or not a Narcissist can in fact, be a Christian.

„Christian Marriage“ To The Narcissist – A Trap (Kresťanské manželstvo s narcistom – pasca)

When you are a Christian and married to a Narcissist, you are in a potentially abusive and damaging situation. It is exhausting, stressful, and dangerous. Adding to this problem is that there seems to be no way out because even church leaders and Christian psychologists are being played by these people. They too can agree with the manipulators! There are things you can do about it and there are Biblical ways to deal with this. Take a moment to watch this video as it captures my experience and learned lessons…

Narcissistic Abuse: An Unspoken Reality (Narcistické zneužitie: nevyslovená realita)

I made this documentary for all the victims of narcissistic abuse who felt as unheard and misunderstood as I did. For everyone who had their family and friends look at them like they were crazy when they tried to describe the issues within the relationship or who even had people turn their back on them for saying that something was wrong. And especially for everyone who endured going to a therapist or counselor only to be told by a “professional” that narcissistic abuse wasn’t real and the problems were all inside their own head. Narcissistic abuse is real and highly destructive and it’s time to let the world know that we won’t allow this issue to be swept under the carpet anymore.