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Narcissists and the “Let’s Be Friends” Scam

You and your Narcissistic partner have agreed that things just aren’t working out between the two of you.  You’ve heard all the reasons why you could never be an ideal partner for them.   1,012 more words

Surviving Narcissistic Abuse

3 Common Evils of Narcissistic Women

When I first started Let Me Reach, I wrote mainly from a female perspective.  I was still hurting, raw, and mad as hell.  I’m happy to say I’ve healed and moved on, but an interesting thing has happened over the past year and a half.  1,006 more words

Surviving Narcissistic Abuse

A Few Real Life Examples of Narcissistic Gaslighting

Gaslighting is a way of confusing reality in the mind of the victim. The narcissist wants you to believe things that will cause you to “Be Their Supply.” They need a constant of supply of people who will do the things that they want done. 1,755 more words

Domestic Abuse

Persia Karema reblogged this on Blog Of A Mad Black Woman and commented:

I have picked out a number of sentences, because they all relate to me. It really is as if I was reading something written from my own experiences. "They may cut you off from sex, money, food, affection or emotional love." "You feel like, if you just keep helping them with what they need, then someday they will give you a beautiful life." "Every time you want to say “no” to them, it has a consequence. Not a normal consequence. A painful, frightening consequence. If you say “no” they will threaten to commit suicide, threaten to break up with you. tell you their business will fail because of you and then neither of you will have any future." "Then something about the story will not add up. When you question them about this, you will be met with blame-shifting. The blame for any wrongdoing will land in your plate."

Why it is So Difficult to Detach from Narcissistic Relationships

“Relationship” Ending with a Narcissist

No love to take as you move on.
No care to grieve now that it is “done”.
No attachment from which to detach from.
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Narcissism

Persia Karema reblogged this on Blog Of A Mad Black Woman and commented:

For those who are struggling... "With a relationship with a Narcissist, you never had it to begin with. You will struggle to let go that which you never had." ~ Kimberly Harding at Soul Healing Art

Spotting a Narcissist by Inconsistencies do

Narcissists have inconsistent things about them.  If what they tell you about their past, does not seem to make sense with their current behavior, then pay attention. 1,669 more words

Domestic Abuse

Persia Karema reblogged this on Blog Of A Mad Black Woman and commented:

"They have been misunderstood and mistreated by others. People have taken advantage of them and not done right by them. Their past wives and girlfriends all were at fault about the relationship ending. Somehow they ended up with women who injured them. (remember you are nor hearing the other side of the story)" ~ Lovely Wounded Lady

The Unintended Compliment

It’s Narcissist Friday!  

A backhanded (or left-handed) compliment is one that comes with its own slap. “That dress is amazing; it makes you look slim!” 775 more words

Narcissism

Persia Karema reblogged this on Blog Of A Mad Black Woman and commented:

This is so true. My (ex) husband used to act like I was a 'trophy wife' in front of his work colleagues - something I really disliked. "With you at his side, the narcissist looked presentable, successful, smart, worthy, or desirable. You were the trophy wife (or husband), the hard worker, the clear thinker, the kind friend. You helped the narcissist present his superior image to the world. Others thought more highly of him because of you." ~ Grace For My Heart