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5 Narcissistic Abuse Hacks – A Cheat Sheet for Decoding the Top Narcissistic Manipulations

How many times have you engaged in frustrating arguments with your toxic partner, only to come to self-defeating “compromises” in which they made you feel utterly responsible for their relationship crimes (and possibly had you apologizing for… 1,390 more words

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The Cerebral Narcissist – A Portrait

Narcissists are convinced that people find them captivating. Their abiding charm is part of their self-imputed supremacy. This frivolous belief is what makes the narcissist a “pathological charmer”. 1,130 more words

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The Perfect Narcissist.

In order to be diagnosed with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) a person must meet at least five of the nine criteria specified in the DSM. Most narcissists do not meet all 9. 35 more words


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The Great “Narcissist Loves New Woman More” Hoax

Of the many ordeals that victims of the almighty Narcissist face, the lamentable concern that their disordered Ex will be better for the new woman is among the top five.  835 more words

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How Answering a Simple Text Message Can Ruin Your Life

You’re probably thinking I’ve lost it.

I mean, how could answering a simple text message ruin someone’s life…namely yours?

I know you’re thinking you can handle the heat.  707 more words

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Codependency: Don’t Dance!

Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC The inherently dysfunctional “codependency dance” requires two opposite but distinctly balanced partners: the pleaser/fixer (codependent) and the taker/controller (narcissist/addict). Codependents, who are giving, sacrificing, and consumed with the needs and desires of others, do not know how to emotionally disconnect or avoid romantic relationships with individuals who are narcissistic – […]


Breaking Your Addiction to the Narcissist – The Betty Ford Approach

You’ve hit rock bottom.

After being immersed in verbal abuse, degradation, and going through the abuse cycle more times than the moon orbits the earth in a year, you finally realize the Narcissist will never change. 939 more words

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