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  1. My hatred kept me stuck. Now I realize it is killing me, not them. They don\'t know I exist so it seems kind of dumb to go on hating because that doesn\'t hurt anyone but me. Sometimes I think our whole job on this earth is to overcome the hurts and negativities of this world and all the tests that are put before us...this is one of our tests. Anything that tests our ability to be love is a test of our ability to have a relationship with God. We don\'t have to be in relationship with those people....we don\'t even have to talk to them again or we can, it\'s a choice...but we do have to find a way to overcome any hatred or bitterness inside ourselves. However, I think we do have to work at overcoming our codependence or we will continue to attract the same kinds of people into our lives. I love what you said about God using us to use this for the good.

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    • Hello Kim- I realize this is 4 years later, but for anyone dealing with this disorder, please dont give up. I was exactly in your spot and finally was able.to repent and God heard my cry. Keep crying out!!! He will hear and save u!!! He knows our hearts and will save u when u want him. U must be absolutely at the end of yourself and totally desperate and then I promise he will save u. Just dont give up!!!

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      • I'm praying so hard for my narcissistic boyfriend that his heart is softened toward God and myself, I love him dearly and don't want to give up on him. How do u handle this, I feel God joined us together for a reason, he is giving me the silent treatment these last 2 weeks and it hurts so much.

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        • Keep in prayer and fasting w/true mentor in God's family.Because he is using silent treatment for you to take his load.If God's true will for you to stay,he will be willing to get help & be accountable.From experience.Look to Jesus 1st &formost our author & finisher.

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  2. When I thought more about what you said, I thought, that is why bad things happen, they teach us how to love and have compassion....you know? And those are the only things that give meaning to life. God works in mysterious ways.

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  3. Thank you for this lesson. I have been seeking God's guidance in dealing with an individual that I believe to be a narcissist. These post are very helpful to that end. Again, THANK-YOU.

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  4. That is what happens when we shut God out...we shut everything out because we are unable to be and practice real love

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  5. I want to thank William for opening this discourse. It is a line of help to those really searching for help to overcome toxic narcissism. I pray that those suffering this condition to any degree will be led by the Holy Spirit to take responsibility for who they are now even though their neglect was inflicted by someone else. It is up to them to will to change and bring their painful burdens to God and the feet of the cross for forgiveness and restoration. He told us to pray '... And deliver us from evil'. It is possible. Believe. And to those who love people suffering with these tendancies, please start to take care of yourselves. Read and learn how to protect yourselves and your families from the harm.

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  6. I believe that narcissism often comes from unmet inner needs and usually that starts in childhood. The craving for that love and attention from the outside causes people to do terrible and violent things and as someone above here said, discard people because they find that over and over again, people cannot give them what they need. I know what this is like. I have been discarded a couple times...and I have discarded. But as people here keep saying over and over again, it is not until we learn, all of us that the love we are looking for does not come from out there, we build it inside and it does come from being in relationship with a higher source. Overcoming narcissism then, if a person wants to, is all about changing ourselves. I still do not know how to overcome the hurt of those who threw me away, the pain from that runs deep, but then I know that to hold onto that anger and shame only hurts me...God would never throw me away...not ever. The people who did that are not well and will never be happy until they change themselves to be in relation with the higher power...I can only change myself by learning to forgive because unforgiveness kills me.

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  7. Narcissism can be very difficult to identify, especially when we are in denial or we are fearful about our relationships with people who are destructive.

    For anyone interested in identifying destructive emotional patterns,
    Leslie Vernick has some short videos for the next nine weeks, "What is Emotional Abuse, When is the Line Crossed?"

    The videos are most helpful for married people but the same ideas apply to unmarried and the traits of a narcissist are similar whether the person is married or not.

    Leslie Vernick is a Bible-based speaker, author, licensed clinical social worker and relationship coach and her books are clearly written and helpful.

    http://leslievernick.com/

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  8. I would like to know if these videos would also be good for those who either have it or are in recovery from it....I think the answer lies in our ability to overcome our focus on self, selfishness, and learn to be compassionate and empathetic and get over trying to have our own way. It is hard to overcome and easy to be in denial about. Unfortunately there are not many groups around for those people trying to recover...but for sure..our ability to find God, which is love is a sure sign

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  9. Narcissism is the spiritual AIDS of our time in the last days. If you rely on the mental health community or believe that narcissism is simply a selfishness induced by a bad mommy or some trauma in youth, you would be wrong on all counts. Once the word narcissism comes into your world and you have an inkling to research and know more, you will be shocked at the planet of information and what true and complete knowledge will unfold. I encourage all sufferers and victims to do this (know your enemy). When you do you will see that they cannot be fixed by any person, only God. It is not a mental illness or a disease because they know right from wrong and choose to do wrong and in fact enjoy inflicting pain, misery and confusion. The ONLY cure is to get out, get time and distance, go no contact or gray rock if you can't get out and only that will give clarity. Narcissism is a big list of behaviors just as AIDS is a disease of many other opportune diseases. I concluded they are born this way but encouraged by spoiling and any trauma they have is due to their behavior or divine justice. We are in the last days and narcissism is rampant. Pray and definitely get educated.

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    • @Kim: You're right that narcissism is not a mental illness, it's a pattern of behaviors. It's definitely rooted in sin. The only cure to sinful habits is God, as you said. However, the science of psychology is a legitimate one, and just as God created physics, and physicists seek to discover what's already there, psychologists seek to discover and document the "science" of human nature. No one can be truly cured from any disorder without the ultimate Truth (God). But that doesn't mean that what people have discovered from psychology is UNtrue. It's simply...not the whole thing. Real progress can be made from turning even to secular therapy to treat a disorder such as narcissism, but I don't think any person can be fully healed and happy without finding God as well.
      Maybe I misunderstand what you mean here. But narcissists are not simply born that way, and even without God they are never stuck that way. Saying that implies they have no free will. It also implies they are born with these sinful habits, which is untrue. A person always has adequate grace to overcome any struggles the right way; God never gives us crosses we can't carry.
      Also, there's no way to know we are in the last days. Jesus told his disciples even HE doesn't know--only the Father knows. It's not right to go spreading that rumor around when it's impossible for any of us to know that.

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      • Janet I believe you and Kim both make very vailid points. All sin is sickness which ultimately leads to death. I had a preacher in my teens who always said all sin is insanity. Its true. It is insane to think that sin is a good idea or solution for anything. As far as whether or not a narcicist is actually born that way or not, I believe we all are born selfish and we all need to be born again, narcisists included.

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      • The Bible says that Jesus Christ said that His second coming is only known by the Father. However, we would know we are in the last days by a list of signs that the times would be wicked as in the days of Noah. Narcissism is rampant. Narcs are moral terrorists meaning they have none.

        Those who are uneducated or only half educated on N will look for the reasons these people do the things they do so that they can help or fix them. In my own very extensive search to be educated and my own personal experience of Narcs as young as two and those who are old and the heartbreaking letters and stories of victims, all with the common thread is what led me to the conclusion that they are born and not made to be this way. If they are made, they can be unmade and fixed. It may be a hard truth, but the fact is they cannot be fixed.

        For victims, the only true way out of N hell, is to know the enemy, face facts, and plan accordingly. I am seeing a lot of confusion here. Unless you are willing to do the work of educating yourself on what it is, how they operate and what you can expect from them now and tomorrow, you are doomed to hell on earth. There really is only one way out. That is getting out and going no contact. Learning gray rock if you can't and/or while secretly planning to get out. And that is the bitter truth which some of us who got out had to mourn. Narcissism is evil. It is not just one or two traits. I stand by my statement. Narcissism is the spiritual AIDS or our time. Accept it or not. It is your choice.

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        • Kim,

          But if narcissists are born that way and cannot be changed, that undermines free will. It's not possible. You're saying a narcissist is born sinful, evil, proud, selfish, apathetic, etc., and they are powerless to change. That means they don't have free will and don't control their actions, which is in direct contradiction to the truth--God made us free to choose to do what we want.

          You're also implying they can't be changed even with God's help, which is obviously untrue since all things are possible with God. What you're saying doesn't make sense.

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          • I think what she means and Kim please correct me if I am wrong, is that as a disabled blind person is born unable to see, he has some limitations. But with God all things are possible, so God can help this blind person drive a car. A narcissist i believe is born that way. Hereditary I believe. I see it with one of my daughters acting in a way from birth that her narc father acts. I believe if they want to change, God can and will help them, but they would need to want that change.

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    • We need to be careful that we do not over simplify the issue of narcissism. I know some fine Christian friends who are narcissistic and who in spite of prayer and psychological help, still battle the condition. There is no core, but there are ways to ensure that it does not control your life. Prayer can be helpful but I have seen people praying and at the same time rejecting real help from those with experience in combating the condition.

      There are many human conditions that are the result of sin. Some of them are a result of bad choices that we make, and others afflict us through no fault of our own, simply because we live in a world affected by sin. One we recognise this complexity we need to use whatever means God has provided to overcome or bear our condition.

      A few years ago I lost part of my sight. I wanted my vision restored so I prayed about it and took the best advice I had and went to a vitreo-retinal surgeon. 12 months later, I still only had partial vision and I know that my vision is never going to get better (it has just been saved from getting a whole lot worse) I have had to adapt to living with my loss, and have to admit that having lost some vision, I value what I have left a whole lot more. While my condition is physical and narcissism is behavioural, the essential principle is still the same. Living with the condition and accepting help both from God and from people who God puts into your life, is the most effective approach to living.

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    • Hello Kim- I realize this is 4 years later, but for anyone dealing with this disorder, please dont give up. I was exactly in your spot and finally was able.to repent and God heard my cry. Keep crying out!!! He will hear and save u!!! He knows our hearts and will save u when u want him. U must be absolutely at the end of yourself and totally desperate and then I promise he will save u. Just dont give up!!!

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  10. Dear Kim, I have had experience with two narcissists. I managed to place boundaries that freed me from further harm. I've realised that my protection comes from God and me learning to comfortably say 'NO' to any treatment less than such that God wants for me. I tried to read all I could about the disorder and this helped my understanding however there are many different perspectives on the issue whereas God's wisdom and knowledge is complete and unchanging unlike psychologist's awareness.

    Verse:   Proverbs 4:12

    'When you walk, your steps will not be impeded; and if you run, you will not stumble.'

    - The Lord has prepared a path for your footsteps.
    - He is removing the obstacles and hurdles that have been placed in your way.
    - His desire for you is that you would move forward unimpeded.
    - He wants to preserve your life and keep you from falling.

    PRAYER: Lord, I pray that You will open the doors ahead of me and prepare a way for me. May I know Your guiding hand, and keep me from falling. Amen.
    (Pastor Andrew & Vanessa Roebert
    ALIVE TO GOD)

    I agree it is better to be informed but real peace comes from God revealing why YOU personally are a target for a narcissist and leading you through healing and change. I Don't think anyone can 'conclude' that people are born with this disorder. A child's environment does affect his/her character. Unless we were there with the person from birth how could we know? This is what only God knows and we know that He wishes that not one should perish. I agree it's their choice to be saved or not and that any narcissist who seeks honest deliverance from God can be saved. He is the God of love towards all.

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  11. Narcissism in my mind is characterized by vanity and selfishness and there is no way to know God if we are struggling with those behaviors. The first thing to do is to recognize that we even have the condition, the next is, actually partly through prayer because there is no way to know God (which is found in the ability to love) if we are dealing with this. So no negative thoughts, focus on getting over self, and connecting to the higher power.,

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    • Missn I definately believe we need to connect to the Higher Power which is God. However I believe it is a little harsh to say that there is no way to know God if we struggle those behaviors. I thought it was God who helps us win the struggle over those behaviors.

      "I say then: Walk in the Spirit, and you shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh. For the flesh lusts against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh; and these are contrary to one another, so that you do not do the things that you wish." Galatians 5:16-17 NKJV we all struggle with selfishness and vanity and it is by surrendering to God that He gives us the power to oversome our selfish desires so that we do not do the selfish things that we wish but instead walk in the Spirit so we do not give in to the flesh.

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  12. What I mean is is that as long as we are practicing our selfishness, vanity and greed we cannot have a relationship with the higher power...God. However, once he is invited and once we ask for help, I think he is all too willing. That requires are surrender and a certain amount of humility . ..our free will choice.

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  13. Somewhere on this thread someone talked about the importance of prayer...they are absolutely right...whoever said that . I think Christ said something about praying without ceasing...I do that too now and I believe he's right . It reminds us that we can't solve our own problems but also...it kind of tells us something about our standing with God .

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  14. This problem used to have me believing I was married to a demonic. God has humbled me greatly taught me and still wants to use us even when abuse horrible disdain seemed every day; i became co-dependant mood swings very adulterous. Now we live together for parenting teen child. we have given so much discredit to God, being in this relationship now, i seek agape love we are both full of shame, yet we're Christians. The spirit is not the soul; i die to self every day stay free from sex. he pays all the necessities and soon i'm going to become a true missionary few years with my experiences past hopeless focus. I now see more hope in him too, but the disorder never heard before last 20 yrs.

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  15. I have been searching for comfort and solace since realizing I'm not crazy, but married to a nacissist. Most blogs offer little to no info and certainly no hope. I didn't understand the meanness and lack of empathy till it was too late. I was raised by an extremely abusive father who beat and burnt us with cigarettes, from babies (what can a child do to deserve such strong punishment?...and I won't go into all the details, suffice to say I'd often pass out), and was forced to get married at 16. I wasn't pregnant and there was no inappropriate behavior, my dad just wanted to be rid of us as we were very poor.

    I left the first husband after 17 years of dealing with womanizing and pornography, neglect, lies, and it was really hard as my kids suffered most. I had become so used to being abused I often felt I was imagining it and developed a resistance.

    Second husband was a sociopath. He too was addicted to pornography and a consummate liar. Again I didn't see through the fog of the false love till I was married. He said I was a trophy. He cheated and left me after 5 years of marriage and was killed 6 months after the divorce. This almost killed me too. I really didn't see it coming! I had to say goodbye to this man four times!

    After a couple of years I met the man of my dreams. So I thought. I thought cultural barriers made it hard and at that stage I was so far from God I didn't seek His counsel. I did what every codependent does and enabled and apologized for things that weren't my fault, living for the good moments and promising myself to be careful and avoid the bad ones. I had no idea. I had reservations but I believed love and prayer would change things. He is an ex alcoholic and 3 months after meeting me gave up 40 years of smoking. He wasn't a Christian but I believed if he beat the other addictions, he'd get better. I found pornography addiction of the worst kind and suspected cheating. By then I had no job, no home or family to help. Church only cares when the congregation is watching. No one cares. So I married him because it was either that or live in the streets.

    I live in a country where being a foreigner and the wrong color makes it impossible to get a job. I worked for 20 years, but guess what? I believed his lies and resigned because my job was killing me (no human or labour law to speak of in my country). So...now I'm 51. We've not been married even a year yet but together for 3. I feel I'm married to my father. I won't go into details of the abuse and anguish but he's put me in hospital before and I'm lame as a result. No one came to help. Many, including my family knows but he's so charming they don't believe he's done it....so....

    I truly enjoyed this post and the comments. I don't know where to from here and often wonder if God would forgive suicide in my case. It's not always bad, but the walking on eggshells and apologizing for everything and never knowing when the next explosion will be is exhausting. I often sleep my days away. No matter what you do its your fault and they go out of their way to punish you for perceived wrong doing. I recently met the family as I tried to put the pieces together. Because I was sexually and physically, verbally and emotionally abused as a child, I wanted to understand where this originated from with my husband. The mom and dad.

    So I'm also angry and bitter and pray for moms and dads as they have so much power in creating monsters. I'm happy to be able to let out in this forum as I have no one I can trust or help. Being told to get out and to a safe place is good, but when there's no help or a way to support oneself, it's pie in the sky. My family is in another country and the one of my sons who live in this country is gay. Bless his heart, he's got enough self-centered issues not to see anyone else's or care. Who would want to look after mom when life is so good, eh? So I pray. And pray. Often through the night. I give bible studies and try not to abandon the church again though I've been away for over 6 months. Being a foreigner means you're always a stranger. I do believe God can change anything and anyone. But I am so very tired...

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    • My heart goes out to you. I am unsure what country you are in. Here in US nearly every state have a domestic violence shelter. Try to find one near you. Try to find one far. Just get away. Don't let the devil make you think of killing yourself. Keep praying. I will pray for you also.

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    • Gosh this post really affected me. I just don't know anymore. 35 years of marriage. Years of being trodden upon and judged and put down. I can't crawl back again. I haven't hence that 35years obliterated by him. So desperately sad and devastated

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      • Marie, I don't know your situation and can only offer a suggestion from my own observation. This may or may not be helpful and applicable to you.

        Sometimes men control and/or abuse women because the women allow/accept/expect it. In one case I observed that the man, a university professor, abused his first wife, who had been conditioned to be controlled by an older sister (as she tells it now). He did not abuse his second wife in the same manner because she expected to be respected, not controlled. I believe this pattern repeats itself many times.

        But the challenge is how women who have allowed themselves to be controlled/abused for decades can stand up and respect themselves and expect others to respect them. I believe it is possible by the grace and power of God. But it is never easy. It means drawing close enough to God daily to be filled with the certainty of His love so that what others say/do will not shake your confidence. It means being dead to self, so that insults do not discourage. It means standing in the strength of God for what is right.

        It is a fact that others will usually treat us according to what we think of ourselves and the image we project. It is never wrong to pray about it, and if you seek God earnestly, He will answer and make a clear path before you - whether in the marriage or out of it.

        Of course, if escalating physical violence is involved, there is no choice but to flee to preserve personal safety.

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  16. I heard an incredible little story and will never forget it....
    There was an alcoholic mean and nasty husband. Most likely a narcissist. His wife would struggle every day in her heart. She was hurt, and felt rejected....but she had a close relationship with Jesus. She continued to cook and clean and treat him with such kindness and respect. In one of his nasty moods, he finally looks at her and says in a terrible tone "why do you treat me so good?"

    Her reply? She simply said " I figure if you continue to live your life this way, that this will be the best you ever have it" . Shortly after, he became a Christian. She had known that after this worldly life was over, his eternity looked pretty grim. That's self less love...

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  17. Is there any biblical truth or link between Narcissism and Jezebel? I suspect my son may have a Narcissistic tendency, and am not sure if I'm able to help, I would not want to make matters worse, and therefore would prefer to seek professional help for him..God bless all that know of or have been effect by this disease.

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  18. Thanks William for doing this study. I have been raised by two narcissistic parents, one a covert and the other an overt! Imagine my confusion about the love of Christ. It took me 50 years to come to grips with that kind of love. My father is a retired pastor and last Sabbath, he came for a visit to my home church. My husband is the SS teacher and right away, he got confrontational with a member who was commenting on the subject in the discussion. I was so embarrassed that I wanted to crawl under the pew. He is so critical of everyone and I was just wondering whether you had any advice on how to handle him?

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    • Sherrie that is very sad and I'm very sorry to hear that. I think the best you can do is politely avoid them as best you can, but you you still need to care for them as they get older. You can set boundaries, and tell them when they are being innapropriate. As the AS teacher your husband had every right to cut him off and move the discussion along. Anyone else have any ideas?

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  19. I feel the same way as a previous posts are named Kim who said she was 50 I am also 50 I realized something was wrong when I wasn't excited about a grandchild being born I don't want anything to do with her either or my other new grandchild because I don't feel like I love them even my grown children now that I realize what has happened when I'm around them I don't feel love towards them I was in a narcissistic mother it's horrible I do believe in reprobate mind then God will turn you over to one I believe it is one of the greatest sins and I am very fearful to leave my home just like the previous poster name Kim I try to repent but I don't feel it I try to be sincere and I don't feel that I'm being sincere I try to study the word but I don't care I don't think I can change it would take an absolute miracle from God

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  20. I posted here a log time ago lamenting that I'm a narcissist and wondering how I was ever going to change. I had very little faith, extreme anxiety, and cared about myself more than anyone else. I wallowed in self pity and was vicious towards anyone who told me I was wrong.

    But God was working on me still--He wanted to subvert my will to His. It was a slow and gradual process because I didn't often respond to grace when He offered it. But there was one day, almost a year ago, I was literally standing there in my kitchen hating a particular person and thinking angry thoughts about them, when suddenly it felt like my soul was flooded with light and I was made to understand how wrong I was to be so prideful, angry and hateful. I felt called to cultivate humility--as we all are called to do. It was such an obvious infusion of God's grace that I would have had to harden my heart immensely to ignore it. God saved me that day and continues to save me every day from the sin of pride, which is essentially all narcissism is. He makes me more and more aware of when I'm being prideful and all I have to do is ask Him for help in those instances. I still struggle with it and probably always will, but I don't need to sin because of it.

    It can seem hopeless if, like I was, you are a narcissist who feels nothing. If you lack zeal and empathy and charity and everything seems pointless, that's when it's hardest to turn to God. But that's when it has the most merit, so don't give up!

    If you or someone you know struggles with narcissism, keep praying. God is working on all of us to conform us to His will, we just have to give up our own. If we submit ourselves to Him, He will do the work to heal us.

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  21. I tried to repent and it doesn't feel sincere there are places in the Bible where it says God will give us up and once he gives us up there is no turning back there's a point of no return I feel that is where I am at I am very fearful

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    • I know what you're talking about--the Bible says God will harden the hearts of the unrepentant. I felt that's where I was too at times, because I felt like nothing mattered anymore and everything I did, every prayer and good work, was pointless. But God also says "be faithful in small things," and praying regularly even when we don't feel like it, is exactly that faithfulness He wants from us. It won't always feel sincere but God knows where you are in your interior life and He will meet you there. Ask for sincerity along with everything else. Keep asking with every breath--it can never be too much. Jesus said He likes us to keep asking.

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    • Keep crying out! I was exactly where u were! Dont give up! U have until your last breath to repent. Satan wants u to give up.

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  22. Hello!

    I am just coming to the realization that I exhibit narcissistic traits - I have snooped on my wife's emails and texts over time and seen that word - and rejected it. How could I be that person? Clearly not me :(.

    We are involved in some Gospel centered counseling and my wife recently had the courage to share about that in our session. It was very weighty and my initial response was to deny. Clearly she must be wrong and I was transferring guilt back to her. The counselor even called me out on it - said "she feels like she opened up her mouth and you pissed down it". I could only think of myself. I have spent so much time ducking and covering in my life that I am afraid that I don't know what true emotion and empathy is - outside of how it relates to "me". I refused to see my part in it and remained emotionally neutral.

    I left that session and started doing research and looking for gospel related answers to how I relate to people and myself. I am thankful that Christ came to die for ALL people - even people with narcissism. I am thankful that he will not give us more than what we can bear. I am beginning to see the devastation that I have caused to my wife and my psyche almost immediately wants to blame shift. Lord! Help me to feel the FULL weight of my sin, to repent from it to both you and others that I have harmed, and to surrender this and my WHOLE life to you. Thank you everyone for posting above. I desperately don't want to struggle with this but am thankful that caring people have given me eyes to see.

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    • My husband is a complete narcissist and he has told me he wants a divorce because I keep leaving to set a boundary when he causes me to feel unsafe. He says he has done absolutely nothing to cause met to feel unsafe. It has been an exhausting 15 years with him and when I finally realized it was narcissism I was relieved to know what has been happening to me all these years. It is unusual for anyone to admit they have the problem. God bless you for listening and caring about yourself and your wife enough to do the hard work to learn to change. I do not recommend divorce for anyone.

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  23. I came across your text just today. I was raised by overt/covert narcissist parents and would never consider myself one. I was the victim! But after a good friend pointed out I was being narcissist, I went back to the traits and saw myself in it. I have been reading and re-reading about narcissism these days and dealing with guilt and shame. I needed a Christian/Biblical approach to the subject. I believe this is not a permanent sentence for me. Reconnecting with God through Christ and becoming (truly) His disciple will free me from my narcissism. Even when I battle with thoughts of being the worst creature in the world and beyond salvation, I need to understand that it's my narcissist traits talking.

    Thank you again for your text.

    I sought the Lord, and he answered me;
    he delivered me from all my fears.

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  24. Hi road to recovery...me too..I was raised by one and have become one...it scares me to death how much I have become like her. Becoming love is the answer...finding answers within instead of decorating the outside. Feel free to contact me any time..there are so few sites.,,none...for narcissists who want to get better.

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    • I agree Missn. There is nothing too big for God. If you keep believing that, He will be faithful. Love is the only way and requires a voluntary desire to make that choice every moment. The bigger the need of support, the more God will provide. Keep on and God bless you both.

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