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Editorial Reviews. Review. "For Some Time I have looked for a very readable book on living The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists: Coping with the One- Way Relationship in Work, Love, and Family - Kindle edition by Eleanor Payson. Epub @pdf The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists: Coping with the One-Way Relationship in Work, Love, and Family {read online} For. Read The Wizard of Oz and Other Narcissists PDF - Coping with the One-Way Relationship in Work, Love, and Family by Eleanor D. Payson.

As most people know, the condition of narcissism is named for a character in a Greek myth, Narcissus, who fell in love with his own reflected image in a pool and pined away for it until he died. Because he was so empty on the inside, Narcissus only existed when he saw himself reflected somewhere else. But of course no other person can give them what every human really needs - which is self-worth and self-validation and self-respect - and so narcissists spend their lives as bottomless pits for attention, admiration and validation. And they only end up more and more and more empty, because that sort of pit cannot be filled from the outside. It can only be filled from within.

Socially he was intense and awkward one minute then almost vain and letcherous the next minute.

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He told me very sketchy and odd details about previous relationships with women where the woman was always painted as cold and critical and I felt sorry for him and it was not my place to. There was something a bit Norman Bates about him and his siblings and their mother.

A deep dislike , fear and yet massive dependency on her and within the family his brothers too and his sister all had eating disorders and problems forming adult relationships especially intimate ones. I knew he always had fetishes for women dressed in leather but then I caught him like many men looking at pornography and using this instead of working on our own intimate relationship.

He revelled in his ability to reject me and to find some kind of kudus in being able to download pornography with beautiful women who were on display for him.

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He became more secretive and at one point I suspected he may go to massage parlours but I was never sure. The oddest thing I saw was that he started to download himself adult toys. But even more worrying for me was when I started to notice that he seemed to take a big interest in the social world of teenagers and children, especially tom boy looking girls and young boys and men.

He would move his hands as if he were having a man itch in broad daylight in places there were kids but as I started to study him it looked like he was actually watching young people and fondling himself.

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Then finally after I had a child there were at Leary on two occasions when my husband was acting out in a way that I found concerning with my child -there were two investigations but as the child was so young there was no disclosure. He would lavish himself with expensive computers and cars but would become enraged if we had to download groceries or school uniforms.

When he depleted his funds he would then act aggressively towards me and my son and give his mother the impression that I was a gold digger. The isolation and my famillies lack of support, my siblings and the vindictiveness of my husband and his mother became too much and I started to experience mental illness. When I finally managed to return home my son would look neglected, terrified and clearly something had been going on.

I had no idea. But defintely if I ever went out which was very rare my husband would be enraged in the house with my son and I had no idea that had been going on covertly behind my back. Once I too started to have breakdowns and my father died my husband and his family became more obviously cruel to me and my son until in my husband threatened me with a drill and a knife at one point then a scissors. But during a weekend visit with my sister who I thought I could trust she took my son back to his father without my permission meaning that she compromised the location of the refuge and I had to leave.

He the took me to court and inspite of the fact that we had been in refuge my son was given to him and I instead was given supervised access unless we could agree otherwise.

Eleanor D. Payson, LMSW – Clinical, ACSW, LMFT

I became Street homeless and separated from my son for a year and half and during this time my husband gloated. This is the crossroads, so to speak, of our own codependent tendencies that are necessary to heal if we really expect to steer clear of these dangerous relationships, or navigate them safely.

So, is narcissism treatable with therapy or drugs? As far as the neurobiological issues that are involved, this is in many ways unchartered territory. However, I am always skeptical of individuals or approaches that lay claim to having all the answers from either the neurobiological side or the psychological side.

In truth, we are a complex mix of both. Many individuals with a mental illness or a mental disorder will have what are called co-morbid issues, such as depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorder, that are in need of evaluation and treatment.

Once we achieve relief from one or more of these conditions sometimes through effective psychotropic medications we stand a much better chance to develop a more effective self-observing ego that can allow greater possibilities for growth and change.

The first thing to do is reach out and get help and not stop until you feel that you have found someone who can validate and understand what you are going through. If the therapist is overly anxious and quick to dismiss the possibility that you are involved with someone with severe narcissism or perhaps full blown NPD then move on until you find a therapist who can appreciate the illusive nature of recognizing the realities of the problem.

Then, second, commit to therapy to deal with your own issues codependency, or a mix of narcissistic and codependency issues, etc. In therapy we need to be willing to work through our own blind spots, our shadow self as Carl Jung would call it. This is the only way out of our tendency to idealize which is often unconscious and compulsive.

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