4 thoughts on “How to Win over an Angry Narcissist

  • October 12, 2016 at 3:16 am

    So another words kiss their ass and let them use you for insisting on getting a spark of supply and actually follow steps to ease their frustration at your expense? I dont think its my job to ease their anything and we shouldnt make their abuse easier for them to distribute!

  • March 30, 2017 at 8:36 pm

    Thank you for your post. Two questions if you don’t mind.
    First, does this narcissist that you refer to have access to this blog? If so, how would he/she feel about being discussed online given that the narcissist’s self-esteem is so fragile?
    Second, in step #3 you advice answering: “I can see how not knowing this information would make you upset.” How would you advice dealing with the other narcissistic fears — the fear of abandonment or not being good enough? One can’t really say “I can see how your fear of abandonment would make you upset.” Or “I can see how not being good enough would make you upset.” This will put gas on fire, wouldn’t it?

    • March 30, 2017 at 10:00 pm

      You are welcome. Yes, everyone has access to this blog. Most narcissists are proud of their narcissism and believe others should strive to be more like them. So nothing i said is of offense. To answer the second question, speak to the obvious fear and offer the most simple reassurance. I hope this helps.


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