WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR PARTNER IS RUNNING MAD.
For whatever reason—or possibly no good reason at all—your partner is blasting you, what do you need to do? Granted, many therapists would simply suggest that you leave the scene. For, as a matter of personal dignity and respect, you’re hardly obliged to tolerate such abuse. But although such a response is warranted, it can actually be dangerous—regardless of how churlishly or cruelly your partner is treating you.
Whether the hateful, hurtful words they’re hurling at you are are right or wrong (and it’s safe to assume that at the least they’re highly exaggerated), raging people desperately need to be heard. So unless you’re so discombobulated by their tongue lashing that you can’t think straight or emotionally tolerate their super charged hostility or, their out-of-control tantruming is scaring you out of your wits it’s almost always best to hang in there and attempt to “take in” whatever they’re so vehemently screaming at you for.
If, for whatever reason—or possibly no good reason at all—your partner is blasting you, what do you need to do? Granted, many therapists would simply suggest that you leave the scene. For, as a matter of personal dignity and respect, you’re hardly obliged to tolerate such abuse. But although such a response is warranted, it can actually be dangerous—regardless of how churlishly or cruelly your partner is treating you.
But first a crucial caveat. Neither you—nor anyone else—should repeatedly endure such abuse. And if it seems never-ending, then you definitely need to ask yourself why you continue to remain in such a relationship, and whether you may need professional help to extricate yourself from it.Nonetheless, if this person so prone to anger and rage is able to “own” their problem (vs. defensively project it onto you), then—if they’re willing to undertake extensive therapy—their unacceptable raving behaviors may eventually become a thing of the past.
So let talk about:
Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD): this is a disorder in which a person has an Inflated sense of self-importance. That is,such person cares less about others but places their integrity higher than that of others. A narcissist feels special with the mind set of being adored and praised all times. Incase such person finds himself or herself in the position of being isolated or neglected by loved ones, they tend to run mad.
What are the causes of NPD?
What are it symptoms?
Can it be cured?
What are the consequences of harbouring a patient?.
What are the Treatment
The following questions are answered below.
1. NPD, the fastest killing ailment is caused by:
Traumatic childhood : This can be explained to be suffering divers emotional disorder, violent and Sad moments
Abuse and neglect : narcissist are those who grow up in an unpleasant environment, those who’s childhood and past are sading, full of neglect and lack of lovely moments
2 Symptoms of NPD :
Conversation hoarder : narcissist loves to talk themselves and doesn’t give a chance to discuss about others. They ignore the comments of others in discussions and want only their opinions to be considered.
Conversation Interrupter: Narcissist are found of interrupted conversations of others causing people to divert to their feelings, thoughts and ideas
False Image Projection : They do things to impress others by making themselves look good externally. This ‘trophy ‘complex can exhibit itself physically, romantically, emotionally, sexually, socially, spiritually, professionally…
They appear nicely in order to be praised, worshiped and adored ,if they don’t get these they feel isolated and next thing they think of is suside.
3. Of course it can be cured by talk therapy carried out by a psychologist. This leads to other treatment like care and affection from family members, support and interaction
4.Habouring a patient without proceeding for treatment might lead victimization.
The disorder needs to be diagnosed by a professional. Treatment involves talk therapy.
Psychotherapy is the key approach in the treatment of narcissistic personality disorder. Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, is used to help you learn how to relate to others better to encourage more functional interpersonal relationships and to gain a better understanding of your emotions and why you feel the way you do.
As noted above, the treatment prevalence for individuals living with narcissistic personality disorder is low and slow going. Because treatment is focused on personality traits, which are pretty steady over time, it may take many years of psychotherapy before realizing a break through. Change behaviors are focused on accepting responsibility for your actions and learning ways to engage inter personally in a more appropriate manner. These include:
Accepting and maintaining relationships with co-workers and family
Tolerating criticisms and failures
Understanding and regulating your feelings
Minimizing your desire to attain unrealistic goals and ideal conditions
Narcissistic personality disorder is not a normal life style. It leads to anger and of course suside. It’s higher in males causing them to be violent. Save a soul today
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