Narcissist Family Structure
The Narcissist Family Structure Is A Tiny Secret Cult That Worships A Parent As A God Only Those Who Refused To Drink The Kool-Aid Truly Know How Lucky They Were To Escape
The golden child is the one who “can do no wrong”. This child is viewed as being the best and the brightest; even if they’re not. Seen as an extension of the Narcissistic Parent, can do no wrong, and even the most minor of achievements are cause for celebration, admiration, and rewards.
This Video explains the golden child perfectly:
The Making Of The Golden Child
The Narcissistic Grandparent
Some Great Links Are Listed Below:
Narcissist Personality Disorder Definition
Characteristics of Narcissistic Mothers
Characteristics of Narcissistic Father's
Triangulation - Hoovering - Gaslighting -Couching
Traits Of Narcissists
Narcissistic Grandmother Grooming
Narcissistic Grandparent Resources
Narcissistic mothers infamously attempt to damage their children’s marriages and interfere in the upbringing of their grandchildren. You Can't Heal Unless You Reveal !!!
The scapegoat is the child who can “do no right”. This child is viewed as being the reason for everything undesirable and bad, even when they excel.
A scapegoat is a person or animal which takes on the sins of others, or is unfairly blamed for problems. The concept comes originally from Leviticus, in which a goat is designated to be cast into the desert with the sins of the community.
The Mascot is the child who jokes and distracts the family from the heaviness of its dysfunction. This child expresses the effects of the family’s painful experiences as humor.
Mascots may find themselves in entertainment-related fields, since it’s second nature for them to make light of tragedy, pain and suffering
Invisible/ Lost child
The Lost Child is the child who withdraws in self-preservation. Ignored and invisible, this child experiences loneliness and a feeling of not belonging
Many Lost Children remain in the background into their adult lives, hiding from conflict and healthy risk-taking, stuck in the feeling of being a frightened outsider or unimportant “nobody”. Lost children typically wake up later in life to find that they have missed out on many emotional things others have had, such as a sense of connectedness and having made a difference in the world.