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CoreBrain Journal - Dr Charles Parker 16th November 2017
169 Narcissism Survival Guide – Behary
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169 Narcissism Survival Guide – Behary

Narcissism Survival Requires Advanced Self Management

In or Out of the Relationship

He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals.
~ Benjamin Franklin

Wendy Behary, LCSW has co-authored several chapters and articles on Schema Therapy and Cognitive Therapy for narcissism. She is the author of Disarming the Narcissist…Surviving and Thriving with the Self-Absorbed (New Harbinger Publications—2008 & 2013) - now translated into 10 languages.

Wendy specializes in treating narcissists and the people who live with and deal with them. As an author and an expert on the subject of narcissism, she is a contributing chapter author of several chapters on Schema Therapy for Narcissism (Wiley and APA Press, 2011, 2012, 2013).

She lectures both nationally and internationally to professional and general audiences on the subject of Schema Therapy, and the subject of narcissism, relationships, and dealing with difficult people. Her consultation work with organizations includes speaking engagements focused on interpersonal conflict resolution.

Personal Note

  • In this CBJ review of narcissism, Wendy makes clear the paradox - how distant and alone they are, and how their low self-esteem excuses every move because they are, beneath all the posturing and posing, so fragile. They rationalize that empty, painful reality - thinking they do deserve special treatment. That demanding painful fragility can become seductive and draw others in to fix them - which they use and don't give back.
  • You know people like this - in and outside of the office. We all do. These maladaptive patterns of disrespectful narcissism provide global news every day.


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Until next time, thanks Wendy for joining us again here at CBJ to review the challenge we all face with the process of dealing with narcissism within our personal and professional lives.

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Thanks, Wendy for your encouraging observations on the evolutionary challenges associated with self-protection from narcissism with determined, self-protective, persistent and targeted action.


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From a very young age, she found herself trapped in a war zone, living day to day in fear for her own life and the lives of her family. Unfortunately, the war not only took away her childhood but the life of her grandfather, as well.

Lily has experienced countless life struggles, including surviving two wars, being bullied through high school and in the workplace, suffering numerous health issues, to being a victim of domestic abuse. But these tragedies have only made her stronger. Lily currently resides in Sydney with her husband and enjoys spending all of her time with their new baby boy. Becoming a mother is one of the greatest gifts in her life and her greatest accomplishment. She comes to our CBJ group with remarkable experiences from a catastrophic life, to report on trauma and recovery.


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