11 Smart Ways To Outsmart A Narcissist

Have you ever fallen victim to a narcissist? Narcissists are smart, manipulative and will not give up on achieving what they want to. Outsmarting a Narcissist is considered to be science; you can’t use rational logic because unfortunately, the narcissistic brain is pathological. Narcissist's brains don’t work the same as our brains. We have to understand what makes the narcissist tick; what they are looking for in interactions with us and how their brain works. DISCLAIMER: This video is intended for educational purposes only. If you have been affected or been the victim of narcissistic behavior or abuse, please speak to somebody you trust or seek professional support. The following suggested points are tips that may help you take back some sense of control as there are no permanent solutions to being involved with a narcissist. Writer: Jade Hamilton Script Editor: Isadora Ho Script Manager: Kelly Soong VO: Amanda Silvera Animator: Minh Nguyen https://www.instagram.com/minhthebird.art/ YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong References Goddard, E. (2020). How to outsmart a Narcissist. Retrieved January 20, 2021, from thriveglobal.com website: https://thriveglobal.com/stories/how-to-outsmart-a-narcissist/ Kay, D. (2018). 11 Ways to outsmart a narcissist. Retrieved January 20, 2021, from Daylight Out of Darkness website: https://www.daylightoutofdarkness.com/11-ways-to-outsmart-a-narcissist/‌ Psych2go aims to make psychology and mental health content accessible for everyone around the world free of charge. Sponsors like Endel helps make this possible because we get to reinvest the funds to create more amazing content for everyone, while at the same time sharing companies that are working towards a similar mission. Transcript: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/Psych2Go

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