Although pop psychology and sensationalism have monopolized the media on the subject of narcissistic disorders, there has been very little focus on how to talk to individuals exhibiting narcissistic behavior, particularly while recognizing their idiosyncratic uniqueness from a psychoanalytic and pyschodynamic perspective. It is always a therapeutic struggle to know when to confront, to empathize, to remain silent, to interpret or just to wait for the timely moment. How long do we sit before interpreting the projections, the “lies,” the distortions or unrealistic defenses with which narcissists attempt to seduce and override their behavior?