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As I enjoy my twilight years, I am often struck by the inevitability that the party must end. There will be a clear, cold morning when there isn’t any “more.” No more hugs, no more special moments to celebrate together, no more phone calls just to chat.  162 more words

A Stitch in Time saves Little to Nothing with a Narcissist

I remember it was my Mom who used to say, “A stitch in time saves nine.”

The pace of the saying stayed with me, although I never really reflected on its meaning too much – that is until someone with narcissistic tendencies entered my life. 444 more words

Personal Growth

I am a mean son

A letter to my dear old dad. Who doesn’t understand, or maybe he does but neither of us can find a halfway point of communication to leave well enough alone. 443 more words

no longer in denial

I have done a lot of thinking this week and have realised a lot , I am no longer in denial !

The first thing I have realised is that my relationship was a lie from start to finish I was in love with someone who was wearing a mask and that the person I fell for wasnt real the person at the end of the relationship and for the last 2 years was the real person and that person is a narcissistic sociopath and cannot be changed no matter how much I love him or he says he loves me he is who he is and the older he gets the worse he will get . 302 more words

Day 51 - Just a few more days

Here I am, three weeks before classes start, struggling to find a topic for my blog. How am I going to inspire students to write, write, write when I feel like I’m scraping the bottom of the barrel myself? 244 more words

When Parents Hurt

Worth a read. A good article which finally concludes that it’s not always the parents that are to blame but that children can grow up with ‘you didn’t put me first when society tells me I should be the centre of your universe and everyone else’s!’ attitude. 31 more words

Parental Alienation Syndrome