VIDEO CONFERENCE: What to Do When Your “Aspie” Becomes a Narcissist

A low cost International Support Group facilitated by Dr. Marshack. This Video Conference is limited to twelve people, and is only for Preferred Members of the private membership group, ASPERGER SYNDROME & RELATIONSHIPS: Life with an Adult on the Autism Spectrum. Click here for membership details and to register for this call.

Topic: VIDEO CONFERENCE: What to Do When Your “Aspie” Becomes a Narcissist

Tuesday, October 1st at 10:00 am – 11:00 am Pacific

Narcissism is part and parcel to “Asperger Syndrome.” This is the primary reason living with “Aspies” is so maddening. Because of their mind-blindness, and self-absorption, we feel ignored, isolated and unloved.

But to some extent we can tolerate the ASD empathy dysfunction (low level narcissism), as long as they make a valiant effort to politely connect. It’s not empathy, but we can tell it comes from a heart that is true.

On the other hand, too often our “Aspie” loved ones descend into a more malignant narcissism. Without a diagnosis early in life, and with decades of adapting to their own and only belief systems, they may have developed ruthless methods to accomplish life goals.

This is an important conference for those who have been on this journey awhile. If you have been aware for awhile of your “Aspie’s” narcissism and really want to take control of this destructive dynamic, the time is now.

All event times are posted in Pacific time.

2 Replies to “VIDEO CONFERENCE: What to Do When Your “Aspie” Becomes a Narcissist”

  1. I just stumbled upon your site when looking for information. I strongly believe my father in law, my hubby and my son are all aspies (undiagnosed). My father in law passed away, I love my hubby of 27 yrs after a lot of struggles and now I realize my 26 yr old son should be on the spectrum and we have on going issues.
    Is there a way you can help me out?

    1. Of course Sithi. Many members of both of my groups did not discover the ASD in their family members for many years. About half of our group are in relationship with an adult, undiagnosed “Aspie.” In fact, this is the reason I established both groups —- to help us with “Life with an Adult on the Autism Spectrum.”

      Dig into the material here and at my other sites (ASD-NTrelationships.com). Read my books. Share in the forums. Listen to several years of teleconferences. Soon you will realize that you are not alone.

      Welcome,
      Dr. Kathy

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