Purpose of Page: SUPPORT
Dealing with someone who is an NS is extremely difficult. They will be unwilling to change and most likely see nothing wrong with their behavior. If pushed some may become physically violent, but all of them will start a mental attack. They will mentally attack your physical attributes, mental prowess and anything they saw as a flaw in you. Which they have made you believe that you have, which i assure you that you don’t, its just something they have convinced you of. The suggestion that i give is to get away and stay away once you have classified them as an NS. Yes, i have changed from a NS, it was very difficult and it took me almost a year to even begin to make progress.
For the first 6 months i was fighting an uphill battle with my own head, the 1 thing that I kept thinking was “How can anyone be ok with doing the things I’ve done to countless people”. I was an NS for as long as i can remember, 20-25 years at least. So convincing my self that something was wrong was the hardest thing i have ever gone through. Yes, they can change, but there is pretty much nothing you can do but hope they see their own behaviors and then the desire to be a better person and change it. There is 1 thing that all NS have in common, they are extremely determined and when they set their mind to something, they will accomplish it. So the blocks are there for a change, but they need to be the one to decide to make it.
The purpose for this page is to provide a venue for you to discuss options how to personally cope when in relationships with a narcissist/sociopath. What options might you have? What support groups are available? This page is for those with questions about their own situations to see how others cope with challenging personalities, and examples of what worked or didn’t work for them. Please remember, only you can make the final choice as to what is best and most healing for you.
Read through the resources on this site; there is much good information. Look at the link on Gray Rock that includes suggestions on how to respond to this damaging personality in order to encourage them to lose interest, or, to give you time if the situation is dangerous and you choose to escape. Also, read Jess’s Transformation page. It reveals how at least one NS thought and acted, and the motivation behind that destructive behavior; you’ll also read about Jess’s transformation from a Narcissistic Sociopath to a productive life, showing that yes, change is possible. I’ll add, ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE WITH GOD.
Ask questions by posting your issues here. There is a better way for you – a way to a happier life. RECLAIM YOUR POWER!