In an emergency:

UK: Call 999

US: 911

Australia: 000

Go to your local A&E department

If you are in crisis and need to speak to someone:

In UK call NHS 111 (for when you need help but are not in immediate danger)
Or contact your doctor and ask for an emergency appointment

What is a Narcissistic Personality Disorder?

NPD is a pattern of selfish, self-centered and egotistical behavior that is destructive to those around them.

You may find Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) in a parent, grandparent, partner, sibling, friend, co-worker or boss.

We all have (or should have) some self-love which is not the same thing. A Narcissist goes out of their way to hurt others to make themselves feel better. Their egotistical behaviour always put their own needs before anyone else, no matter who they are to the Narcissist. They have no empathy for others. They tend to have quite addictive personalities and can be very calculated in ensuring they get what they want. They go out of their way to crush/ruin/hurt their victims.

In many cases it leads to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

It’s very hard to spot a Narcissist straight away because they present a different person when you first get to know them.  This is why you are left questioning if you are the one going crazy or if you are the problem?  You’re not. This is all part of their plan. People who have NPD do not think they have anything wrong with them so will not get help. They have no interest in changing and no matter how many times they promise, they won’t change, it’s all part of their act of hoovering you in again.

NPD cannot be cured. Our App is designed to help you understand the personality you’re dealing with and manage your recovery.

The App is not yet available. You can register your interest if you would like to be one of the first people to try it.

If you need support now, we run a very active Facebook group that has helped thousands of people just like you. The Victims of Narcissistic Abuse Support Group can be found by clicking on the Facebook icon below and joining our group:

Emma Davey, our Founder, also offers online counselling.

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