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Let Me Reach Needs Your Help...

I love helping victims of Narcissistic abuse.  I care about their recovery and healing.  I enjoy helping my readers understand the mind of the Narcissist and their toxic behaviors. 163 more words

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FAQ Friday – 5 Common Questions About the Common Narcissist

1)       When Does the Narcissist go No Contact?

The Narcissist doesn’t go No Contact.  They either implement the Silent Treatment or discard you.

When the Narcissist starts ignoring you, blocking you, and leaving for a couple of weeks at the time (or more), it’s his/her way of forcing you to comply and accept abusive behavior patterns.  822 more words

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Narcissists and Empaths: The Ego Dynamic

There’s a lot of buzz in the media today about Empaths/Highly Sensitives and Narcissists attracting to one another.  One popular theory is that Narcissists prey on Empaths and Sensitives because of their overly giving nature.  802 more words

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How to Leave a Narcissistic Husband or Wife

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… 1,249 more words

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No Contact Coaching - Free Consultation!

  • Are you “stuck” in an emotionally abusive relationship?
  • Does it seem like no matter how much you’d like to leave, you just can’t seem to do it and stick with it?
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Holistic Healing - Blueberry Smoothie

Recovering from the effects of Narcissistic abuse should incorporate activities and foods that help repair cellular damage brought on by long-term stress and emotional trauma.  This recipe can repair damaged cellular structures, DNA, and cognitive functioning…as well as protect against cancer and diabetes.  132 more words

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Warning Signs You're Dating a Loser

Written by Joseph M. Carver, Ph.D., Psychologist

** September 27, 2003, but still very relevant in today’s world of Narcissism!

This article was published on the Internet several years ago and was originally written to help identify “Losers” in relationships. 6,138 more words

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