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Self-Forgiveness after Narcissistic Abuse

When you’ve been devalued and discarded by a Narcissist, it’s a lot like being told you have a deadly disease.  You’re not sure if you will survive.  677 more words

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Are you holding yourself “accountable” for remaining in the relationship too long? ~ Kim Saeed at Let Me Reach

The Narcissist, the Ex, and the New Girlfriend – The Art of Triangulation

Of the most common searches that lead people to Let Me Reach, a large percentage consist of female readers wondering about the male Narcissist’s Ex-wife or his new girlfriend. 1,072 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”. 1,125 more words

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It’s Narcissist Friday!  

Why do the narcissists abuse people?  Why do they do such things?  They hurt.  They use.  They manipulate.  They destroy.


Some have attributed their cruelty to hatred.  584 more words


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If you follow my blog, allow me to introduce David over at Grace for my Heart. Every Friday he posts articles related to Narcissism. His articles are always encouraging, reassuring...and timely.

Narcissists, Porn, and Sexual Dysfunction

I talk with many people regarding their intimate relationships with Narcissists.  Narcissists are generally exhibitionists and sex is just another method of getting attention and admiration. 927 more words

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How to Leave a Narcissist

Most victims of Narcissistic abuse waste years of their lives not knowing whether they should stay or leave, torturing themselves with self-doubt.  The reasons for this vary, but in the end, victims are… 1,232 more words

Surviving Narcissistic Abuse