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Listening to “Narcissistic Families” episodes will help you grasp a comprehensive understanding of narcissism in families.

What Are We Discussing In This Episode?

In this episode, we focus on the complex sibling relationships within a narcissistic family dynamic:

  • How should I approach/explain to my sibling who thinks that our family is totally healthy, that our parent is narcissistic and that our upbringing wasn’t healthy? (01:06)
  •  How can I work through my anger and resentment towards my sibling who was the golden child in our narcissistic family of origin? (15:04)
  • How can I approach my sibling who has been treated differently and unfairly by our narcissistic parent (they were the scapegoat and I was the golden child) and to improve our relationship? We are now adults and do not live at home anymore but we are not that close. (19:49)
  • Can a sibling relationship impacted by a narcissistic parent be repaired, and what are some factors that may influence the potential for healing and growth in this situation? (25:22)
  • What are some factors that may indicate that the relationship with a sibling cannot be repaired? (28:20)

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More Information About the Host & Amanda Bailey

The host, Juliana Akin, is a co-founder of Unfilteredd, a lawyer, and a survivor of narcissistic abuse. She creates content about narcissism and narcissistic abuse to share her personal experiences with healing because she hopes that by sharing her journey, she can help you navigate yours.

Amanda is a mental health therapist and coach who helps people heal from the effects of destructive relationships; teaching them to rebuild trust in themselves and handle difficult dynamics with confidence. She is based in Portland, Maine, but works with clients online throughout the US as well as internationally.

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