Signs which tell apart obsession and love.
What Therapists Know About Narcissism That You Need To Know
I am often asked, “Will my narcissistic ex come back to me again?” I can reassure you that there is one type of narcissist who almost always returns. I call them “the recyclers.”
Things that good men do, that a narcissist can never offer you.
Watch out for these red flags of a toxic mother-in-law
Are You Being "Gaslighted" By the Narcissist in Your Life?
If you find yourself dating a narcissist, then I don’t need to tell you that it is not going to be easy.
What is this power narcissists, our abusers hold over us? Why do we feel such a pull towards them?
"You should never compromise your mental, emotional or physical health for the sake of tolerating a toxic family member."
One of the most difficult things to understand in life is how someone who professes to love you can then go on to abuse you. Many people feel traumatized and confused after a romantic relationship with an abusive Narcissistic partner ends. They wonder: “We were so in love, yet he went from telling me that I was the love of his life to treating me like garbage. He cheated on me. He devalued me. He embarrassed me in front of our friends. How can I trust anyone again, if I so badly misjudged this person?”
How Narcissist Trauma Bonding Keeps you coming back for more
Have you ever wondered why the most toxic guys are attracted to you? There is definitely something about you that they are drawn to. Find out here.
You can predict how a narcissist will act in a relationship from your first date
The following signs definitely suggest that he’s playing with your emotions to get something you shouldn’t have to give.
Empaths attract abusive people because they not only take responsibility for themselves, but they’re inclined to take responsibility for other people and for the relationships they’re in.
The aftermath of dating a narcissist is extremely draining and it takes a lot of time for the survivor to get back to the positive rhythm of life.
Regardless of who makes the first move to leave, here's what you can expect at the end of a relationship with a narcissist:
You need time to be selfish and not have to answer to anyone because you’ve been giving, giving and giving some more with nothing to show for it in return.
This article is not about sociopaths per se but about surviving the harm they cause.
He blamed her for everything. His every wrong move and mistake somehow became her fault.
The telltale pattern that all narcissists seem to unknowingly follow to engage a victim and finally devalue and discard them
In the beginning, you were the center of my world. Soon I will be the center of yours.
When the ‘wounded’ narcissist meets an empathetic person.
Dealing with a narcissist is probably one of the toughest things we face in our lives.
Even though you didn't ask for them, you're the only person who can do the hard work to heal them.
Verbal abuse can begin as small digs disguised as jokes. Here are a few examples of verbal abuse disguised as jokes
When you purposely choose to be with a narcissist –and attracted are to his False-Being
When you think of abusive behavior, the first thought that comes to mind is physical abuse. However, people can have a destructive effect on one another without causing a single bruise. Emotionally abusive behavior is a serious issue, and it can cause severe consequences to your psychological health.The victims...
Their one motive in life is to fulfill their own desires and anyone who gets sacrificed for their desires is just collateral. And to do so they choose their victims very carefully.
Hoovering is a pathological and manipulative form of behavior that is intended to suck a person back into a relationship and another cycle of abuse.
They will always blame you-even for their abuse toward you. You “made” him do it. If only you weren’t so difficult…
DECODED! What they say.. and what they really Mean.
Those who have never been in an abusive relationship struggle to understand how people remain in one for so long. If somebody was mistreating you, "why did you stick around?" they ask.
The Narcissist gets their needs met, receiving constant adoration and praise. The People Pleaser feels fulfilled, finally appreciated for their care-taking.
These signs might not make the best of partners.
In a two child family, most likely there will be a scapegoat and a golden child, but in larger families, there can also be a Lost Child, a Clown, and a Rescuer (codependent).
The trust you had in him shattered and now you can’t trust anyone anymore.
“Nice people don't necessarily fall in love with nice people.”
The narcissistic family hides profound pain. Such families tend to operate according to an unspoken set of rules.
‘Mental Murder’: Narcissists Pretend You’re Dead So You Don’t Destroy Their Fake World