If you’ve found this blog, there is a good chance you – or someone you care about – has experienced some of the more damaging consequences of genuine narcissism.
Maybe you didn’t realize you were dealing with a narcissist at first, but the pain and damage this selfish, arrogant, condescending, and domineering person caused might have driven you to search for answers about what was going on, and how to deal with them. As you searched online or in books, perhaps you read more about who this type of person is, and how he or she operates. You likely have read explanations on causes, and advice on how to deal with this “narcissist.”
Those looking for help with understanding and dealing with a narcissist have typically turned to the following five sources:
- Professional psychologists or psychiatrists
- The pop-psychology world of books, blogs, self-help forums, etc.
- Christian psychologists
- Biblical counselors[i]
- A shoulder to cry on (i.e. – a caring friend)
Of the above, by far the most commonly sought sources have been the world of pop-psychology and caring friends. My own journey of discovery started with asking God for “help!”, but my first stop on the road was the world of pop-psychology. However, God soon showed me that He has something to say on the subject. Continue reading
You must be logged in to post a comment.