A narcissist will do anything to cause problems in their co-parent’s personal life and ruin their relationship with the child.
You may have been born with narcissism, but you don’t have to live with it. Who you want to be is always up to you.
Children of narcissistic mothers grow up having poor self-esteem because of the lack of empathy and humiliation they experience throughout their childhood.
What are the signs of co-parenting with a narcissist, and can the situation be salvaged?
Narcissistic parents may be incapable of creating or upholding a positive, growth-oriented environment for children.
Having a narcissistic grandmother in the family is like having a poisonous spider, who is constantly attacking and poisoning everyone around it.
An alienating parent who behaves narcissistically may do lasting harm.
Learning how to understand and make peace with your childhood is one of the most healing and empowering experiences you could ever go through.
You will face challenges but by trying to address our behavior, cater to it and pander to it, you will not succeed in protecting your children.