Six Kinds of Emotional Abuse by Narcissistic Parents

Six Kinds of Emotional Abuse by Narcissistic Parents
  • infants and young children expected not to cry
  • anger when infant fails to meet a developmental stage
  • a child expected to be ‘caregiver’ to the parent
  • a child expected to take care of younger siblings
  • blaming a child for misbehavior of siblings
  • unreasonable responsibilities around the house
  • expecting a child to support family financially
  • encouraging participation in pornography
  • sexually abusing child or youth

Written by Lori PetroPrinted with permission

Originally appeared on – Teach Through Love.com

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Six Kinds of Emotional Abuse by Narcissistic Parents

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  1. My name is Sandra. I was severely abused in every way as stated by a psychopath parent I believe more than a narcissist although they are pretty much similar. My mother loved to physically torture and got her kicks from it. I was a bedwetter and was tortured in every way because of it including starvation from liquids. My dad joined in.

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