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Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.

– Carl Jung

Narcissistic
Personality Disorder

As much as 6% of the general population are thought to have Narcissistic Personality Disorder. This means as many as 4 million people in the UK may have NPD.

This website aims to help people to understand their parent, child, friend, neighbour or boss who has NPD. 

‘Understanding Narcissists’ defines what NPD is, what causes it, what drives people who have it, their behaviours, how they gaslight, condition and coerce others, their brain structure and their psychological make up.

‘Children of Narcissists’ explains the feelings of guilt, shame, paranoia, people pleasing, black and white thinking patterns, addictions, the fear of abandonment and the issues with food, amongst others, that come from having a narcissistic parent.

Understanding narcissistic personality disorder, narcissistic behaviours, causes of narcissism and what motivates a narcissist and more

Understanding the effects of a narcissistic parent on their children, Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Attachment Theory and how healing is possible and more

Guilt

Many children of narcissists may not be aware that they are usually in service of others and do not really do anything just for themselves or consider their wants and needs to be important.

If they do do anything for themselves or if they do not do something other people want them to do, they may feel an overwhelming sense of guilt.

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Education on Trauma and Narcissism

PowerPoints available which inform about trauma and the effects it has on the body and mind and how healing and recovery are possible.

PowerPoints on Narcissistic Personality Disorder written for both children and adults.

Affordable, bespoke counselling from the comfort of your own home

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We are not what happened to us, we are what we wish to become.

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