Relationship With a Narcissist: How to Unnerve a Narcissist – Part VI

With the following behavioral patterns on your part, you may be better able to recognize a narcissist and thus be better prepared for what may come or walk away from them right then and there. There are some behaviors that don't sit well with a narcissist or even trigger fear in him..

Personality Disorders – Part I: Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder (Borderline)

Personality disorders such as the emotionally unstable personality disorder (also known as borderline personality disorder), antisocial personality disorder (formerly known as sociopathy), psychopathy and the histrionic personality can appear similar to narcissism from afar and are often referred to interchangeably. But now we want to find out in this series what exactly characterizes and distinguishes these other personality disorders.

Thinkers in Relationships

Although it is often seen as a gift when people think a lot more and feel things more intensely, this can often bring a completely new set of challenges into relationships. Some people would claim that they also think a lot and also feel more deeply than others, which is sometimes not easy to assess from the outside. That is why we are now looking at often exhibited personality traits of these people and maybe you will recognize yourself or someone else in them and will be able to either better understand yourself or someone close to you...

Successful Conversations – Part II: The Power of Your Words

"Never" and "Always" in a conversation are such absolute words that almost no discussion can take place and, due to the aggressive nature of these two words, it ends up in a dispute with mutual attack and defense methods. In a conversation, discussion or argument, there are different ways in which we can influence the further course of events.

Successful Conversations – Part I

Since every conversation, apart from internal dialogues, requires at least two people who communicate and often react on the basis of active or reactive feelings or emotions, they can sometimes result in a discussion or even a heated argument over seemingly nothing of importance.

25 questions for more intimacy in your relationship

Even if a romantic relationship is mostly constant and somewhat happy for both sides, we often wish for an emotionally deeper bond. Especially in romantic partnerships, many of us want more intimacy, deeper understanding for one another, more passion and deeper conversations and thus more emotions and feelings.