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I hope this podcast helps you in your journey of healing from toxic abuse from those who have been involved with a narcissist. Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is a condition and an epidemic in our culture. This podcast covers this topic from various aspects, and my hope is that you become more educated on the topic as you listen through all the episodes. I was involved personally with someone who was narcissistic and this podcast is solely based on my experience and what I have studies and learned about the disorder. I am not a doctor, clinical psychologist or have any degree in this field. I simply want to draw awareness to this topic, that these toxic personalities exist and by listening to this podcast, you will have a better understand of how to cope and heal.

If your interested in sharing your story, send us an email at NarcissistRehabPodcast@gmail.com

Surviving Narcissism - Narcissist Rehab Bobby Voss

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I hope this podcast helps you in your journey of healing from toxic abuse from those who have been involved with a narcissist. Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) is a condition and an epidemic in our culture. This podcast covers this topic from various aspects, and my hope is that you become more educated on the topic as you listen through all the episodes. I was involved personally with someone who was narcissistic and this podcast is solely based on my experience and what I have studies and learned about the disorder. I am not a doctor, clinical psychologist or have any degree in this field. I simply want to draw awareness to this topic, that these toxic personalities exist and by listening to this podcast, you will have a better understand of how to cope and heal.

If your interested in sharing your story, send us an email at NarcissistRehabPodcast@gmail.com

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    Fighting the urges of no contact and focusing on your progress. Isolation is not the answer.

    Fighting the urges of no contact and focusing on your progress. Isolation is not the answer.

    Fighting the urges of no contact, and focusing on your progress. Stop isolating yourself.


    * Isolation creates more opportunities to fall into sadness, depression and makes us feel more anxious and trapped in a never ending cycle. We start thinking about what really happened and why did we fail? Did we fail? Are we not good enough? We become more critical in evaluating who we are, as a person and less focused on the people who purposely broke us down, because we are we’re not worthy of their time or energy. You feel like in a way that we really deserved the abuse as almost like a form of punishment, they’re right, I’ll never be good enough and what they spoke was the truth. This is your subconscious mind, believing the lies and the seeds that that a narcissist plants and is almost soul crushing. You feel like this cycle is endless, and no one can see things from your perspective because no one understands.

    * A narcissist loves isolation; one of the key ingredients to their success in helping achieve control over you. They keep tabs on you, ask about you to others, even when it’s not apparent, and never out of genuine intent. They never saw you the way you saw them, if they and when they do contact you, it’s a trap and to know if you’re still interested in being a slave to their supply needs.

    * We often try to distract ourselves from the truth by ignoring the elephant in the room, that the narcissist actually had our best interest which was an illusion. This about your past with them. They never wanted you to be happy, or have any sense of fulfillment unless it was through them. Think about what I just said. Your happiness is through them, meaning you will never find or be happy unless they have control over your happiness.

    * Now, like many with life after a narcissist you more than likely feel like somethings missing, there’s no more secrets, no more lies and no drama in your life- why does this feel so odd? Why does not having drama feel so weird? It’s because this is much of what you became accustomed to during your time with a narcissist, . The emotional abuse takes time to break free from, as we carry around guilt, shame, sadness, anger and continue to think of ourselves the way the narcissist did.

    • 5 min
    Taking time to reflect, and keeping moving forward!

    Taking time to reflect, and keeping moving forward!

    Let's face it 2020 was nightmare, and 2021 looks to provide the same chaos that we are all too familiar with. Firstly, I want to "Thank You", everyone who has been a listener since the podcast began. I have received numerous e-mails and messages from all over the world who have listened and loved the podcast, and have wondered what I've been up to the past year. I stopped recording last year to focus on work, my business and my relationship. I have had many ups and downs just like anyone else, and we are all a work in progress. When I set out to start this podcast, I did with the intentions of using this therapy to connect with others, and. I am floored by the responses of you all. I am humbled, grateful and thankful for you all and although what we experienced completely sucked, we are here to connect within this community of survivors to learn and understand so we are not faced with a cycle of repeating this horrible experience over and over. My goal is to continue creating more episodes, and transition to life after narcissism and what we are empaths face in the reality of not trusting, and living a guarded life so that we don't allow ourselves to get hurt again. Remember, this isn't a race- its a marathon and we all go at our own pace. We have to be transparent with ourselves, and there is no time limit on healing yourself so that you can be the BEST version of yourself. See you in the next episode!

    SE 2 EP 7 - Taking time to reflect, and keeping moving forward!

    SE 2 EP 7 - Taking time to reflect, and keeping moving forward!

    It's been over a year, since we talked. Let's face it 2020 was nightmare, and 2021 looks to provide the same chaos that we are all too familiar with. Firstly, I want to "Thank You", everyone who has been a listener since the podcast began. I have received numerous e-mails and messages from all over the world who have listened and loved the podcast, and have wondered what I've been up to the past year. I stopped recording last year to focus on work, my business and my relationship. I have had many ups and downs just like anyone else, and we are all a work in progress. When I set out to start this podcast, I did with the intentions of using this therapy to connect with others, and. I am floored by the responses of you all. I am humbled, grateful and tankful for you all and although what we experienced completely sucked, we are here to connect within this community of survivors to learn and understand so we are not faced with a cycle of repeating this horrible experience over and over. My goal is to continue creating more episodes, and transition to life after narcissism and what we are empaths face in the reality of not trusting, and living a guarded life so that we don't allow ourselves to get hurt again. Remember, this isn't a race- its a marathon and we all go at our own pace. We have to be transparent with ourselves, and there is no time limit on healing yourself so that you can be the BEST version of yourself. See you in the next episode!

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    Narcissist Vs. Empath

    Narcissist Vs. Empath

    What the difference between narcissist and empaths? Why are they attracted to you? Why are you attracted to them? What is this dynamic, and how did this even come about?

    Covert Vs. Overt... the difference?

    Covert Vs. Overt... the difference?

    Overt behaviors are those that can be easily observed by others, such as those of the traditional narcissist.

    Have you ever have a conversation with someone and it feels like they’re trying to pressure you into telling them how nice, or important or accomplished they are? Passive Self-Importance - in a more subtle way, buy not over the top they constantly want you to give them validation and they will make comments to lead you into praising them at something they know they’re already good at.  You’ll notice too that The reality for both the overt and covert narcissist is that they have a fragile sense of self. The covert narcissist certainly craves importance and thirsts for admiration but it can look different An overt narcissist will display all kinds of attention seeking behaviors, compared to a covert but in a sly under the table approach.  both the overt and covert narcissist is that they have a fragile sense of self. The covert narcissist will be much more likely to constantly seek reassurance about their talents, skills, and accomplishments, looking for others to feed that same need for self-importance. A covert narcissist explain why something is your fault and they are not to blame. They might even pretend to be a victim of your behavior to put themselves in a position to receive reassurance and praise from you.the goal of the narcissist is to make the other person feel less than superior to their victim People with covert narcissism might make dismissive or sarcastic remarks and act as if they’re above the criticism. But internally, they might feel empty, humiliated, or enraged.

    What makes someone narcissistic? What is NPD?

    What makes someone narcissistic? What is NPD?

    In this episode I want to discuss what makes a person narcissistic? Where do these traits come from, were these behaviors taught, or did they derive from conditioned behaviors from a parent? Is this hereditary? Let’s talk.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
277 Ratings

277 Ratings

sumi420 ,

Gaslighted for 18 years..

This podcasts are helpful..
I’m very grateful to understand I’m not alone..
I actually went to a neurologist at some point thinking I was losing my mind. That’s when I learned what gaslighting was and these podcast help. As I’m trying to become myself again.
So thank you for sharing..

bribriellie ,

The second episode did it for me

I am currently in pursuit to finding a NPD podcast that actually provides coping mechanisms and shared from personal experience. I immediately had to turn this podcast off when I was listening to the second episode where he was saying that females narcissists get work done on their face and body. This is so extremely SEXIST and very anti-plastic surgery. Those who have had plastic surgery to enhance or change a feature isn’t inherently a Narcissist just because of this choice. I am not sure if this guy really even knows or is an expert on NPD. Although that is my blunt assumption, this podcast adds no substance or healing mechanism for those truly suffering from people who have NPD. Waste of time.

cjam06 ,

Wow

Thank you..I’m struggling understanding how the person I thought was my knight in shinning armor was actually my nightmare. This is helping because it’s almost as if you were there

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