The question is help them how? Refer them to counseling, but they don't want to be fixed, though you may want to fix them to be a 'normal' person so you can keep a relationship with them. If you are a lay person and in a relationship with a, you cannot help them. Just by the nature of your relationship and the pathology of a narcissist, things will get ugly, it will be at your expense and there will be no change in the narcissist. A good therapist will be the one to help a narcissist, but it takes a great deal of work on the part of the narcissist, a commitment to healing, only they don't see themselves as 'broken' or anything wrong with them, so an honest introspective communication with a therapist is rare. It's so hard to understand. Leaving them is best for you though and isn't that sad that that is also the way to help a narcissist, because they are sucking your goodness from you and using it to buoy themselves. So sad.
A narcissist would not want help because he or she would not think there was anything wrong. Therefore, you can't help a narcissist; even when a narcissist is court ordered into therapy, there is little a professional can do to help a person change this personality type.
You can't. Part of being a narcissist means that they cannot possibly be wrong/disordered/need help.
Talk to someone that you trust about it and get help.
Best guess, it can. There is no other way for a true narcissist to be aware of issues within him or herself.
There is no cure. Intensive talk therapy may help but the narcissist must recognize their problem and be willing to make changes. The problem is that by their very nature a narcissist cannot admit there is anything wrong with them or their behavior.There is no cure. Intensive talk therapy may help but the narcissist must recognize their problem and be willing to make changes. The problem is that by their very nature a narcissist cannot admit there is anything wrong with them or their behavior.There is no cure. Intensive talk therapy may help but the narcissist must recognize their problem and be willing to make changes. The problem is that by their very nature a narcissist cannot admit there is anything wrong with them or their behavior.There is no cure. Intensive talk therapy may help but the narcissist must recognize their problem and be willing to make changes. The problem is that by their very nature a narcissist cannot admit there is anything wrong with them or their behavior.
Why would ANYONE want to be with a narcissist? A codependent would be about the only type of personality that could tolerate being with a narcissist, and they will pay a terrible price. Dump the narcissist and get some help with the codependency. ACOA, CODA, Al-anon and Nar-anon are as close as your telephone.
You don't. YOU GET AWAY FROM THEM. (see definitions of Narcissist and Sociopath)
The narcissist doesnt feel like there is anything to cure! Only if they are willing to seek help is there any hope at all. Otherwise they are doomed to be miserable.
setting boundaries is a must but NO CONTACT is the ONLY thing that "helps"
A borderline. Essentially a more emotionally reactive narcissist.
No, the narcissist does not know, after all he is perfect and everyone else around him is at fault.
No - absolutely not....
Try to find another outlet for this narcissist.
Not if the narcissist is as smart as she/he believes herself/himself to be.
Run like the wind from a narcissist.
they're still a Narcissistjust a stoned Narcissist
Narcissist in some cases can be a sexual predator, a stalker, or a rapist. But only criminal narcissist are this way
Yes it does especially if the narcissist favor's the child. The child will grow up to be just like the narcissist.
alone, i doubt it, because narcissist sometimes evolves into a sociopath, but with the help of a psychologist, then it can help, but i don't think time will help,but grow.
In terms of a narcissist recovering from their narcissism: No, you cannot help a narcissist, as this is a contradiction in terms - the narcissist believes him or herself to already be much more superior than you in pretty much anything. A narcissist will not accept fault with an action, even though they may learn to avoid the offending action if it makes their super short-term goals of obtaining instant rewards and praise easier. You may help them find these but you cannot help them out of their narcissism.Narcissists operate under conditions in which their self esteem is almost zero and everything is threatening. Trying to convince the narcissist otherwise is useless because they have broken their trust of the world existing around them, usually learning to believe in a fantasy world that does not exist, and refusing to believe that other people understand the world very differently. They have found the permanent solution in the belief that they are perfect and the whole world around them is wrong. You can't help a narcissist, but you can encourage them to help themselves.The key to getting a narcissist to help themselves is to help them understand that their emotional behavior is incredibly cowardly and weak, and it must be overcome. If they do not understand this, then they are too scared to help themselves. Emotions such as guilt, pain and shame are not going to go away, but they are tolerable, and it is their test in life to withstand these emotions without running to their instinctive fantasies, and instead to rely on the evidence of their surroundings, regardless of how uncomfortable it might feel. They have to do what they really think is worse for themselves and overcome their childish thinking.So in short, no you cannot help a narcissist, but you can help them help themselves.You can only help someone when they themselves recognise their need for help.Narcissists are in extreme denial of reality. They believe absolutely in their own point of view, their opinions, and their indispensable value to the world. Even as they flip flop from one POV to the diametric opposite, they hold the same conviction of the utter rightness of that POV.They are not self aware, and lack total empathy for anyone. They are driven by their need (entitlement!) to be popular and worshipped constantly.As such they are are probably extremely unlikely to see themselves as anything other than perfect. It is everyone else who is the problem. Can a narcissist be helped while believing in this? I doubt it.If a narcissist truly believes they need help, then there is a potential for help. A qualified therapist specialising in narcissistic personality disorder should be the first port of call.
Yes, I believe you should out the narcissist. You have to think of your own mental health. I am presently trying to break away from one and his insistance of his love and devotion makes it hard. I am digging my heals in deeper and I am insisting that he seek help before any reconciliation is possible. He of course, believes that he does not need any professional help. I will continue to hold firm with that decision until he will probably give up and move on. you can to help the victim
Only if there is something in it for them - because they are, after all, a narcissist!
The chances are vanishingly small.
No. There is no cure or help for Narcissism. It's permanent and unchangeable.