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Mothers suffering from Narcissistic Personality Disorder are unable to care for their children, empathize with them and create an emotional bond.

The inability to bond with their children is the core of narcissistic abuse because, most of the struggle the child deals with is the result of not feeling loved, wanted and appreciated by the very person who gave them life.

And because a child raised by a narcissistic mother often feels unloved and unwanted, he/she will act out this emotion in various ways: being a rebel, being angry and unruly, disrespecting others, isolating himself from his family, running away, coping through addictions, anxiety, panic attacks or depression.

The adult child of a narcissistic mother will grow up feeling unworthy of love and unworthy of living a good life. And it is common for this adult child to cling desperately to his narcissistic mother who continues to abuse him even during his adult years when he starts building his own family and have a separate life from his mother.

In order for this adult child to heal, he or she needs to accept that he was never loved as a child (this is the stage where most folks struggle with), that his mother is abusive and has been using him ever since he was a 'bundle of joy' so she can heal her old childhood wounds. (Or satisfy some unmet needs)

After he accepts the nature of his mother's narcissistic personality and agrees to never try to get emotional validation from her, he can start grieving his childhood and move on to living a more fulfilling life.

In my blog, I talk about ways to move on from a life that is controlled by the narcissistic mother to a life of freedom and personal choice.

Check out my blog at www.okfreud.com
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Mothers suffering from Narcissistic Personality Disorder are unable to care for their children, empathize with them and create an emotional bond.

The inability to bond with their children is the core of narcissistic abuse because, most of the struggle the child deals with is the result of not feeling loved, wanted and appreciated by the very person who gave them life.

And because a child raised by a narcissistic mother often feels unloved and unwanted, he/she will act out this emotion in various ways: being a rebel, being angry and unruly, disrespecting others, isolating himself from his family, running away, coping through addictions, anxiety, panic attacks or depression.

The adult child of a narcissistic mother will grow up feeling unworthy of love and unworthy of living a good life. And it is common for this adult child to cling desperately to his narcissistic mother who continues to abuse him even during his adult years when he starts building his own family and have a separate life from his mother.

In order for this adult child to heal, he or she needs to accept that he was never loved as a child (this is the stage where most folks struggle with), that his mother is abusive and has been using him ever since he was a 'bundle of joy' so she can heal her old childhood wounds. (Or satisfy some unmet needs)

After he accepts the nature of his mother's narcissistic personality and agrees to never try to get emotional validation from her, he can start grieving his childhood and move on to living a more fulfilling life.

In my blog, I talk about ways to move on from a life that is controlled by the narcissistic mother to a life of freedom and personal choice.

Check out my blog at www.okfreud.com

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