• Lia

    I had this very discussion just a few days ago. I totally agree there is absolutely no changing or helping a narcissist.

    If a narcissist ever ended up in therapy they would only lie and manipulate any therapist.

    They have no ability to self reflect no conscience and no moral compass.

    They hurt manipulate and control without any regard for others feelings social norms or self reflection.

    They are devoid of any real human traits like empathy remorse or regret.

    To me they are the epitome of evil and no then can never change.

    I lived with one for 20 years and they nearly destroyed me. I know first hand how they are 100% incapable of change. I would bet my life on it. I nearly did but thankfully unlike a narcissist I have the ability to change and heal.

    The only reason I survived the horrific experience.

    July 10, 2016
    • Lucy Rising

      Kayla, I’m also very thankful for your attorney and that you escaped that dreadful marriage. Good for you for succeeding in no contact and freeing yourself! Thanks for sharing your story so others can learn of someone else who survived a long narc relationship through no contact. Blessings!

      July 10, 2016
    • Lucy Rising

      Lia, everything you say is spot on. I’m so glad you escaped your situation! There is life after narcissists and I’m so happy every time I learn of another victim who left that awful life behind. Blessings to you!

      July 10, 2016
  • Dianne

    I have believed for many years that the original victorian name for narcissists/sociopaths being “Moral Insanity” is the most accurate & leaves no confusion as to the full craziness of it,the inability to change,their actual enjoyment of it

    February 25, 2017
    • Lucy Rising

      Dianne, you are absolutely right!

      February 26, 2017

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