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Indecision About Blogging.

I’m not sure where to go with this blog. Readers want me to continue writing about narcissists, but I don’t need it. I wrote 300 posts about their evil abuse. 323 more words

Narcissism

Winter Seedlings / Winter Suns

Without giving away too much of what happens in Winter Seedlings (though a few spoilers are unavoidable), here is the description of the sequel and final book in the series: 309 more words

Writing

FMF: Dear

Joining in with Five Minute Friday (on a Saturday – was just too tired last night to write!). This weeks word: Dear

6th December 2019… 509 more words

Abuse Recovery

Tuesdays at Ten: Fear

Joining in with Karen Beth’s Tuesdays at Ten. This week’s word Fear

I’ve come to know a lot about fear, after having lived a largely fear-less life for about 35.5 years of it. 1,785 more words

Abuse Recovery

Why Sociopaths Are So Addictive-Love Fraud Article

I’ve written about the lethality of the psychopath here, in terms of the addictive bond that forms with the psychopath during the relationship.
While I don’t visit Love Fraud often anymore, I still opt in to receive the sites articles in my email. 166 more words

18mitzvot reblogged this on Narcissism. Grief. Recovery. Yiddishkeit. and commented:

This blog links to another blog that has an interesting and factual explanation of how targets become addicted to the sociopath (or narcissist). It explains why we find it extremely painful to go No Contact. Normally, I would not link to a blog that does not allow sharing for educational purposes; but this article is really good. -R

100 posts - yippee!

I’ve just published 100 posts on I Will Bloom. 100 posts in 3 months, since my very first post for Blog-tember on 1st September.

I’ve found I’m quite emotional about it. 361 more words

Abuse Recovery

He's dying and I won't pray for him.

This story has too much backstory, backstory because it grew from the midst of my dysfunctional family – therefore, I’m giving only a hint of its’ origins, so I can get to the point in this lifetime. 1,317 more words

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