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Narcissist Apocalypse

Author: Brandon Chadwick

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Narcissist Apocalypse gives a voice to narcissistic abuse survivors from all walks of social, economic, and cultural life. Our host, Brandon Chadwick, chats with fellow survivors about growing up in dysfunctional homes, to dating wolves in sheep's clothing, to divorcing and co-parenting with high conflict people. Take a listen. We guarantee you'll feel less alone.
43 Episodes
Chad talks with Diamond about growing up in a dysfunctional family with an emotionally disturbed brother and an abusive mother. Diamond's mother used sarcasm and mocking as a way to implant negative beliefs to destroy Diamond from the inside out. This episode discusses parentification, addiction, self-doubt, trust, proactive discrediting, and much more. Plus, there's even a middle of the night escape story. Diamond has made it through to the other side, and her resiliency is quite inspiring. **** Our Facebook Group is **** Special Guest: Diamond.
Chad talks with Alex about the 15 years of devaluation he endured at the hands of his narcissistic ex-wife. While Alex was the best family man he could be, his ex-wife exploited his love of family to devalue and control him every way. Alex's story is equal parts unbelievable, yet very relatable at its core. Special Guest: Alex.
Chad talks to Jenny about being raised by her overbearing father, who saw her as the holy grail of narcissistic supply. They touch on the subjects of addiction, perfectionism, feeling responsible for other people's feelings, mirroring, walking on eggshells, enmeshment, nitpicking, EMDR Therapy, and so much more. Even if you're not a child of a narcissist, you'll find many things you can learn from in this episode. * Our Facebook Group is * Special Guest: Jenny.
Chad talks with Billy Jean about her current marriage to a controlling narcissist and how she's gaining the strength to leave him. Plus, they discuss her serial narcissist dating history and how growing up in a dysfunctional home created an environment for her to tolerate abusive behavior. Billy Jean's awareness of these patterns has given her a sense of empowerment, and her road to self-discovery will inspire you. * Our Facebook Group is * Special Guest: Billy Jean.
Chad talks with Grace about her abusive relationship with a narcissist and the issues she's dealt with in the aftermath. They discuss validation, addiction, setting an example for children, understanding your own behavior, trust issues (with others and yourself), and the importance of resetting yourself as you try to baby-step yourself out of your safety zone. There are a lot of lessons to be learned in this episode, so take a listen. * Our Facebook Group is * Special Guest: Grace.
Melissa talks with Chad about growing up in a dysfunctional family and the impact it had on him throughout his life. The roles are reversed in this episode as Chad discusses his family role and breaks down the traits/behaviors that he needed to survive. However, many of those traits/behaviors didn't serve him as an adult, so they discuss how they hindered him and the difficulty in undoing them. Plus, they discuss validation, self-esteem, boundaries, trust, and so much more. **** ( **** Special Guest: Melissa.
Chad talks with Jewelz about her romantic relationship with a lifelong friend that eventually became a nightmare. Jewelz tells her heartbreaking story with one heck of a sense of humor and has Chad laughing throughout the entire conversation. It's one of those stories that keeps on getting crazier as the lies this narcissist told were off the charts. Trust me when I say this, you're going to love Jewelz. **Help us raise money for Leyla (July 22nd Episode) to get Trauma Therapy for year. She's in desperate need after being in an abusive relationship with a police officer. ** Special Guest: Jewlez.
Chad talks with Annie about her abusive relationship with a deaf narcissist and the triangulation that occurred with his deaf brother. It's a story about how a terrible man used his disability to lower the guard of his unsuspecting victim. Annie still holds a lot of shame for her perceived role, even though she did nothing wrong, and this episode is an excellent reminder to 'be easy on yourself' for everyone else out there who is feeling the same way. Trigger Warning- Strong Sexual Language Also, *Our Facebook Group is Special Guest: Annie.
Chad talks with Julie about her back-to-back narcissistic relationships and growing up with a narcissistic mother. It's an interesting conversation as Julie's done a lot of work on herself to get to where she is today. She's strong, resilient, and a good role model for all of us. Prepare to feel empowered. *Our Facebook Group is Special Guest: Julie.
Chad talks with Sunny about being in a physically abusive relationship and the connection of growing up in a narcissist abuse riddled household. It's a story with many turns and touches on her loneliness, fear, guilt, shame, intuition, and the power of having someone outside her family validate her experience. Plus, they horse around and discuss online role-playing, Chad's Canadian accent, and her wonderful roommate named Barry. And trust us when we say this, everyone needs a Barry in their life. Special Guest: Sunny.
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Oct 31st

Toni Marie

I'm sad this is the first episode I've listened to of yours. This poor girl was so difficult to listen to. Hoping your other episodes are better. Eeek

Sep 17th
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Aug 19th
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