Welcome to the Sexology Podcast. Today I am excited to introduce Sandra L. Brown, M.A. We will be diving into why people develop Narcissistic Personality Disorder, the causes of NPD and things you can do if you find yourself in a pathological relationship.
Are you wondering if your relationship issues might be more serious than just a toxic relationship? Learn more about Pathologic Love Relationships, how to identify them and what to do if you think you might be in one in this episode.
- Characteristics of Pathologic Love Relationships versus high risk relationships
- 4 identifiers that make a PLR unique
- Cluster B disorders
- Two main trait elevations with women in male Cluster B or Psychopaths
- Trait of agreeableness
- Relationship investment trait
- Why people develop Narcissistic Personality disorder
- Love bombing
- Personality disorders
- Common red flags for Pathologic Love Relationships
- Pacing of relationship
- Educating yourself with psycho education material
- Who pathological partners target
- Things to do if you or someone you know finds themselves in a pathological relationship
About Dr. Nazanin Moali
Dr. Nazanin Moali is a sex therapist and clinical psychologist in Los Angeles, California. She has helped many individuals with their relationship struggles, including individuals who find themselves in Pathological Love Relationships. Dr. Moali offers confidential consultation sessions in her Torrance and Hermosa Beach offices or via a secure video-counseling platform online.
About Sandra Brown, M.A
Today I will be discussing pathological relationships with Sandra Brown, M.A. Sandra was previously a psychotherapist in the field of psychotherapy and trauma survivors. Her research has significantly impacted the treatment field through her systematic approaches to recovery for women. Sandra Brown is the founder of the Institute of Relational Harm Reduction & Public Pathology Education and alongside being a clinical lecturer, trainer and author. She treated personality disordered people before she started working with partners. Sarah had a curiosity related to the pattern and type of person that Cluster B’s and psychopaths tended to be in relationships with.
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