Help! I Live with a Narcissist

Narcissism can wreak havoc on relationships, leaving many seeking answers and solutions. If you’re grappling with someone who might be a narcissist, Ed Khouri’s web course offers validation, insight into the nature of narcissism, and practical guidance for addressing the issue. Learn to distinguish immaturity from true narcissism, understand the causes, and explore the potential for positive change in these challenging relationships.

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Narcissism is problematic, greatly impacting relationships.

Many of you are living with, working with, or doing community with someone who you believe is a narcissist and you need help now. We’ve received numerous calls for help from our audience asking vital questions:

  • What exactly is narcissism?
  • I think I am living with a narcissist, how can I be sure?
  • Is this person simply immature or is this a bigger problem?
  • This person is causing me to feel guilty, frustrated, and hurt. Why?
  • What is causing him/her to act like this? What am I supposed to do?
  • Can this relationship positively change? Today?!

In this web course, listen as Ed Khouri provides affirmation (this problem and your pain are real), understanding (why is this happening?), answers (immaturity or true narcissism?), and practical help (what can I do?).

Running Time: 1 Session / 2 Hours



Equipping Hearts Director

Ed is a pastoral counselor who has been working with hurting people since 1980. He has a B.A. in Behavioral and Social Sciences and his Master’s Program was at the University of Florida. He was ordained in 1988 and is the director of Equipping Hearts.

Ed has worked extensively as a counselor, trainer, and writer. He has worked with substance abusers and their families in diverse settings, including outpatient counseling, jails, transitional housing for homeless addicts, and in all phases of residential treatment. He is a co-creator of Thriving: Recover Your Life Program. He helped develop the Connexus Curriculum authoring the Restarting Workbook and Facilitator’s Guide for Connexus. and co-authoring Belonging. Ed is also the co-author of the book, Joy Starts Here.

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