Do You Think Your Spouse Is A Narcissist? WATCH THIS!

Feeling unheard and unseen in your relationship?

Is your partner continuously seeking admiration or making you seem like you're never sufficient? You might be handling conceited characteristics in your partner. However before you throw in the towel, listen up!

This episode of Relationship Radio dives deep into the world of narcissism, unloading the two major types: grandiose and susceptible narcissism. Dr. Joe Beam and Kimberly Beam Holmes will help you identify these behaviors and use useful communication ideas to navigate a tough relationship.

Here's what you'll discover:
– How to identify the signs of grandiose and vulnerable narcissism in your spouse
– Reliable interaction methods to deal with egotistical behaviors.
– Ways to develop a more powerful, much healthier marriage, even with egotistical difficulties.
– The significance of self-confidence in browsing hard relationships.

Is this episode for you?

Are you constantly walking on eggshells around your spouse?

Does your partner put you down or constantly need peace of mind?

Do you feel unheard and hidden in your relationship?

Are you committed to making your marriage work, despite the obstacles?

If you responded to YES to any of these concerns, then this episode is a MUST-LISTEN!

Time Stamps:.
0:00 – Narcissism, self-esteem, and how it associates with relationships.
8:45 – Narcissism and how it impacts relationships.
12:39 – Narcissistic personality condition and its treatment options, including cognitive behavioral therapy.
19:10 – How to browse relationships with individuals who may have conceited propensities.

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5 Comments

  1. My wife was married to me and I was the narcissist. Or at keast I had the behaviors as one and for so long I wouldn’t recognize or admit my own narcissistic ways. Can’t get help if you can’t take accountability

  2. Feeling like I was confident and strong prior to betrayal of my spouse. Now, after listening I think I have falling into the Vulnerable narcissism category as the betrayal left me questioning everything.

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