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Old 06-15-2009, 04:33 PM   #1
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[I'm looking for info in how to deal with a narcisst Father.

[I'm looking for info in how to deal with a narcisst.
I did some info.
Do not feed their disorder.
They feel they are the center of the earth.
They put others down.......the critical abusive remarks are to make themselves feel better. The article I read said just say "yes and nod your head" but mostly it was run run run. I know sometimes we can not get rid of these people because they are in the makes it very difficult.
If you find any answers on how to deal ., please let me know.
I think the less contact the better. Being around these people is toxic!!

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Old 06-16-2009, 01:18 AM   #2
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Re: [I'm looking for info in how to deal with a narcisst Father.

It sounds as if you have a good handle on the situation. Just remember to accept that everything he says and does is about HIM, not YOU; this will help to protect you from emotional hurt. Have as little contact as you can get away with and nurture yourself with a circle of good healthy friendships. Good luck, Sera.

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