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The Drive for Admiration
Elinor Greenberg, Ph.D.
If you have ever wondered if narcissists can be helped by psychotherapy, this article says "yes" and describes in detail what each stage of the therapy focuses on accomplishing.
Are you fed up with your narcissistic partner's abusive behavior and wondering if treating them the same way will help? Read this first.
Are you wondering if the narcissist in your life is capable of loving you the way that you love them? Here are some answers to your questions that may make you think twice.
You can avoid entering into a romantic relationship with an abusive narcissist. This post shares the warning signs that signal, "Get out now."
Why the most obvious way of getting help for a relationship doesn't always work when narcissism is involved.
Are you wondering why your narcissistic partner always blames you, even when it's obvious that it's not your fault?
Do you see yourself and other people as either all good or all bad? These methods can help you achieve a more realistic and integrated sense of yourself and other people.
Are you wondering if the narcissist in your life is a good candidate for psychotherapy? These seven characteristics can give you a clue.
Are you tired of never getting your way with a narcissistic mate? Learning a bit of judo can help you get more of what you want without arguments.
Your narcissistic ex who cruelly dumped you now wants to see you again. If you are wondering what he will do if you say "no," this article can help you predict how he may react.
If you are wondering whether someone is too narcissistic to be a friend, here is some information that can help you make up your mind.
If you suspect that the narcissist in your life is out to destroy your self-confidence, you may be right.
If you have been wondering how much to blame the narcissist in your life for their abusive behavior, this article can help you decide.
Are you feeling abused by the narcissist in your life? Learn the three main triggers of narcissistic abuse.
Do people accuse you of devaluing them? If you want to improve your relationships and be less narcissistic, this simple 5-step method can help.
Are you having trouble moving on after an abusive relationship with a Narcissist? Here are some tips on how to heal and let go.
Have you ever wondered if Narcissism can be catching? This article tells you about the dark side of adaptability and wanting to fit in.
Tired of toxic relationships? These five tips can help you discern which relationships are healthy for you and which are definitely not.
How to recognize when a narcissist's actions are saying, "I'm sorry. Please forgive me."
Are you a Narcissist and ready to make some changes? This article addresses how to understand and control your rage.
If you hate visiting your mother because she is always commenting on your body, this article can help you understand why she cares so much about what you weigh.
If everyone else thinks your Narcissistic mate is a good guy, when you know exactly how bad he can be when he is not on public display, this article may explain why.
If you have ever had someone you love threaten you in order to get their way, this article explains what may have been going on.
If you are thinking of letting your abusive Narcissistic ex back into your life, you may want to read this article first.
If you know you are narcissistic and want to change, you can find a better way to deal with the issues that trigger your rage.
If you have been wondering why you feel so bonded to someone who has treated you so badly, this article may help you understand the dynamics.
If you have ever wondered if your narcissistic mate was intentionally causing you pain or simply oblivious, this article can help you understand what was going on and why.
This article will help you recognize and understand the three basic types of narcissistic disorders and how they are likely to treat you if you get involved with them romantically.
If you are trapped loving an abusive partner, this article can help you understand what is going on and how to get out.
If you have ever wondered why Borderlines and Narcissists are drawn to each other but still cannot make the relationship work, this article is for you.
Elinor Greenberg, Ph.D., CGP, is a Gestalt therapy trainer who specializes in teaching the diagnosis and treatment of Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid adaptations.