The Male Survivors of Narcissistic Abuse

Mark had never met a narcissist, let alone fallen in love with one, which is why he reached out to the r/narcissism subreddit seeking support. The 29-year-old, now the owner of a car dealership in Michigan, was distraught over a long-term relationship with Lena, a woman five years his junior. A friend suggested she might have narcissistic personality disorder, the hallmarks of which being grandiosity, lack of empathy and a need for constant admiration (something her behavior seemed to confirm).

Read this article at MEL Magazine.

The Adventures of Dan and Tina

Enduring and Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse


The Adventures of Dan and Tina explores enduring and recovering from narcissistic abuse in a true first-person narrative. Told from the male point of view.


Includes informative articles on narcissism, trauma bonding, psychology, science and strategies to aid receovery from narcissistic abuse.


Visit the Adventures of Dan and Tina website.

To Male Victims of Female Narcissistic Partners

First, let me apologize on behalf of all female victims, website bloggers, and authors of books on narcissism for perhaps the biggest “slap-in-the-face” we send to the male victim of narcissist abuse: the constant referral to the narcissistic partner as he and him. Although I do make a disclaimer as to this reference in my books and have, in fact, written a book (When Evil Is a Pretty Face) that specifically addresses the female narcissistic partner, it still must be painfully annoying and I’m sorry for that.


Read this article at Narcissistic Partners and the Relationship Agenda