S3 EP71: Aren’t all relationships tough? Why We Struggle to Spot Narcissistic Abuse

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In celebration of the upcoming holiday, this episode features three of our listeners’ favorites.

Listen in as Tara Blair Ball and I discuss:
1. How narcissistic abuse is different from emotional abuse
2. Why covert narcissists are difficult to spot
3. If it's true that narcissists make good lovers

Listen to the full episodes here:

S2 EP 33: Were you emotionally abused or narcissistically abused? Why the differences matter: https://www.buzzsprout.com/2150391/13627818
S2 EP 38: Are you trapped by a covert narcissist? The top reasons why you're not spotting covert narcissists faster!: https://www.buzzsprout.com/2150391/13845831
S2 EP 30: Are all narcissists sex addicts? What goes wrong with intimacy in the bedroom: https://www.buzzsprout.com/2150391/13483215

Defining Narcissistic Abuse: The Case for Deception as Abuse by Dr. Kristen Milstead: https://psychcentral.com/lib/defining-narcissistic-abuse-the-case-for-deception-as-abuse#1

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