Narcissistic Abuse and the Symptoms of Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome, Athena Staik, Ph.D.

Feb. 26, 2020

Narcissistic abuse is what a person in a relationship with someone that meets the criteria for narcissistic (NPD) or antisocial (APD) personality disorder experiences. The potentially crippling, life long effects of narcissistic abuse on a partner’s mental health form a cluster of symptoms, not yet included in the DSM, known as narcissist victim syndrome. See Article / Blog

Entangled with a Narcissist? How to Break Free, Rachel Bernstein

Mar 19, 2016

Rachel Bernstein How do narcissists and cult leaders get people under their control? How can you know if you are connected with someone who is unhealthy for you and is just using you? I break this down in this third of three videos about narcissistic relationships. If you need any help or have any questions about this, check out my website:

Narcissism and the Systems It Breeds, Diane Langberg

May 5, 2016

Narcissists can be charming and draw individuals and whole systems in. They often damage others, particularly those who are less powerful. In this talk, we discuss the diagnosis of Narcissistic Personality disorder, how a narcissistic leader can impact and shape a system, and some ways to respond. See more at

*This speaker is Christian-Based

The Narcissist’s Family Cult, Meredith Miller

Inner Integration 312K subscribers

The characteristics of a cult are nearly the exact same as those of a family where the matriarch or patriarch is a narcissist or psychopath. In this video you’ll find out about the characteristics of a narcissist’s family cult. Stay tuned for the tips at the end if you’re thinking about defecting. The Narcissistic Abuse blog referenced:

Inside the Criminal Mind (Netflix series) Episode 3: Cult Leaders

NOTE: Meredith Miller is not a therapist or counselor. She is a holistic integration coach, helping you to self-heal after abuse and transform your life. She works with a mind-body-spirit approach to wellness that is a valuable complement to traditional psychotherapy. Meredith recommends that you also seek out a licensed therapist who has experience with narcissistic abuse and relational trauma in order to help you with the complex-PTSD symptoms. If you’re looking for a referral, you can use (sponsored) to get connected with a licensed, online therapist in your area. Thank you for taking responsibility for yourself! Thank you so much for your support and for tuning into this message. If you find this content helpful, PLEASE LIKE, SUBSCRIBE & SHARE! Thank you for helping to share this message with those who can benefit from it. #narcissisticfamily#narcissistmother#narcissistfather