The Narcissism Decoder Podcast

The Narcissism Decoder is a podcast that takes a comprehensive look at various facets of narcissism. The goal is to provide stellar educational content and clinical examples on mental health issues related to narcissistic personality disorder.  This podcast focuses on specific aspects of narcissism, including its origins and everyday manifestations. In every episode, different psychoanalytic frameworks are explored as we unravel the complexities that lie beneath the surface of this label.  I am on a mission to share my knowledge to help you gain profound insights into narcissism, navigate its complexities, and foster personal growth and understanding. If you listen to each episode, you will enhance your understanding of this complex structure.

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Stay tuned for a blend of compassionate insights, expert guidance, and compelling narratives that will reshape your perspective on narcissism.

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Narcissism, a term that is often thrown around but seldom fully grasped. With numerous theories, perspectives, and beliefs, the world of narcissism can be a complex puzzle. That's where our podcast comes in. 🎙️ In this introductory video, we lay out the mission of our podcast series. Our goal? To seamlessly integrate a multitude of theories, providing you with a comprehensive and holistic understanding of narcissism's many facets.

From classical theories to modern interpretations, we aim to bridge the gaps and present a clear, coherent picture. 🧩 Join us in our mission to demystify and decode narcissism. By understanding it, we can better navigate relationships, self-perceptions, and the world around us. For in-depth discussions and insights, be sure to subscribe and stay tuned for upcoming episodes!


Life is a complex tapestry of emotions, each one weaving its own narrative within our minds. At times, these emotions clash, creating inner conflicts and fragmented self-images. But what if there was a way to harmonize these competing emotions? 🌟

In this video, we touch on the concept of 'Integration'. Discover how embracing and merging the multiple facets of our emotional experiences can lead to a more coherent and unified sense of self.

The journey to understanding oneself isn't always easy, but it's profoundly rewarding.

If this resonates with you, be sure to subscribe to the Narcissism Decoder podcast for more enlightening content on the human psyche and behavior!


Navigating the realm of self-perception can be a maze. Two traits that often intertwine and cause internal struggles are perfectionism and narcissism. While they may seem distinct, they share a surprising overlap, especially when it comes to living up to one's own high ideals and the internal punishment that ensues when failing to meet them.

Join us in this enlightening video as we dissect the relationship between these two traits. We'll provide a brief introduction into how self-esteem is shaped based on our ideals and the gaps between these ideals and our actual performance.

Unpack these complex facets of narcissism, and embark on a journey of self-awareness. By understanding the nuances, you can work towards achieving a balanced self-image.

Remember to subscribe for a deep dive into more fascinating topics on the various facets of narcissism!

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