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30 Minutes Changed My Life Forever: Part 1

I was 18 years old and I was absolutely, without a doubt, sure I had met the man of my dreams and that we would lead a wonderful life full of happiness and prosperity. 995 more words

In a gentle way you can shake your world (2015) — Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) 8-session group series

In a gentle way, you can shake the world. – Gandhi

In a Gentle Way You Can Shake Your World

Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE)

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My Story....the first bomb

So, about 6 weeks in I got my first kick in the gut….out of the blue as I was driving home from work, J told me that while he was divorced, he was still living with his wife and that she didn’t know about his post-divorce relationships. 1,379 more words

Abuse Recovery

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

A perfect description of Lovebombing by a mate with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

The Narcissist: Good bye to my imaginary soul mate

I have never really gone through a grieving process before.  I lost my grandfather a few years back and don’t get me wrong, I loved my grandfather very much, but he and I were never really close and although his death made me sad and I wished I had spent more time with him, I wasn’t necessarily riddled with grief.  793 more words

Abusive Relationship

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

A very well written story about the early stages of coping with the red flags of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

I Will Find You

When you begin to feel lost,

when you seem so separate

from the world

and from your Self,

hold on to your heart.

Hold on… 44 more words


I survived December 18th: Forgiveness

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Yesterday was the anniversary of a traumatic event in my life that happened 21 years ago. I touched on this experience a bit in my blog post… 311 more words

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