Going no contact with a narcissist can be an effective way to protect your own well-being and avoid further harm or abuse. When you go no contact, you essentially cut off all communication and contact with the narcissist, which can help you to disengage from their toxic behavior and create boundaries to protect yourself.
However, going no contact may not always be possible or practical, particularly in situations where you have ongoing contact with the narcissist, such as in co-parenting or work relationships. In these situations, it may be necessary to set clear boundaries and limit contact as much as possible, while also seeking support from a therapist or support group.
Ultimately, the decision of whether to go no contact with a narcissist is a personal one that depends on your individual circumstances and needs. It is important to prioritize your own well-being and seek support as needed.