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Understanding Today's Narcissist is a podcast dedicated to separating fact from fiction when it comes to dealing with a narcissist in your life. Your host is Christine Hammond, MS, LMHC, a licensed psychotherapist, speaker and author. For more information, visit www.growwithchristine.com Looking for help with dealing with the narcissist in your life? Visit https://growwithchristine.com to sign up for online support!

Understanding Today's Narcissist Christine Hammond, MS, LMHC

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Understanding Today's Narcissist is a podcast dedicated to separating fact from fiction when it comes to dealing with a narcissist in your life. Your host is Christine Hammond, MS, LMHC, a licensed psychotherapist, speaker and author. For more information, visit www.growwithchristine.com Looking for help with dealing with the narcissist in your life? Visit https://growwithchristine.com to sign up for online support!

    The Narcissistic Cycle of Abuse Among Siblings

    The Narcissistic Cycle of Abuse Among Siblings

    As sisters, Nicole and Sofi grew up in a two-parent, middle class family. From the outside looking in, things appeared normal and healthy. But for Sofi, life was very difficult. Her sister bullied her, stole prized possessions, would lie and blame Sofi for things that went wrong, physically hit her, and destroyed some of Sofi’s things. Yet, Nicole seemed to charm their parents, constantly making Sofi out to look like the dangerous one.
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    5 Ways to Survive Narcissistic In-Laws

    5 Ways to Survive Narcissistic In-Laws

    It was a second marriage for Clark and Claudia so they were both prepared for a difficult first couple of years as they blended their families together. But what they did not expect was the added difficulty of Clark’s parents. He knew that they were narcissistic and even prepared Claudia for their limited encounters. However, the holidays brought out an intensity that Clark did not expect. It also was Clark’s birthday and his mother invited them by saying, “Only I know how to properly celebrate our special day.” The passive-aggressive comment was just the beginning of the strange behavior.
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    • 13 min
    Christine Hammond Interviews Chris and Lisa, Part 2

    Christine Hammond Interviews Chris and Lisa, Part 2

    Christine Hammond Interviews Chris and Lisa, Part 2

    • 18 min
    Christine Hammond Interviews Chris and Lisa, Part 1

    Christine Hammond Interviews Chris and Lisa, Part 1

    Christine Hammond Interviews Chris and Lisa, Part 1

    • 19 min
    How to Talk to your Narcissistic Boss

    How to Talk to your Narcissistic Boss

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    • 17 min
    12 Traits of a Narcissistic Boss

    12 Traits of a Narcissistic Boss

    There are bad bosses. The type that gets promoted without any managerial, interpersonal, or organizational skills. There are even scary bosses. The type that is unnecessarily threatening, overly aggressive, or ignorant to the point of causing others harm. But then there are the dark, sinister, or ominous bosses. This type is in a category all by themselves.
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    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
509 Ratings

509 Ratings

blarma ,

Great Podcast!

What happened to this podcast? It was the only good NPD podcast I have found. ☹️

Seastars772 ,

Episode 27 is so relatable (narcissist and food)

When I was younger my sister would steal food from my nana and my mom and blame it on me and I would get my toys and tv taken away and get spanned as a punishment. I had been punished and blamed for food being stolen by my sister many times and my mom started locking away food in a fridge in our garage making it so she can ration it out to us and sometimes me and my sister wouldn’t eat for long periods of time because my mom wasn’t gone to give food to us from the fridge. Now I eat a lot more then I should and have been for at least 8 years (I’m 21) because even though I buy my own food now therefore I can control how much food I have I still feel like I’d I don’t eat it all right when I get it that it won’t veg there if I want to not eat all and eat a remaining amount later. The methods I started using to cope were working out constantly (which isn’t healthy for me mentally either because I have body dysmorphia now because of it but until further notice I think it’s better I workout a lot then not workout at all and my metabolism slow down so much to the point where I start seeing myself swiftly become overweight (I’ve always had a very high metabolism).

Jmsfhmod ,

WOOT HOOT

Go mom! Teach these people!

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