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Toxic Mom: Covert and Malignant Narcissist in a Christian Home Part 2

Last week I shared with you what a home is like with a mom with a Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

I divulged that she was also a “Malignant” and “Covert” Narcissist, sub categories to the disorder. 2,515 more words

Christianity

I am done suffering.

((Warning: The below has mentions of suicide / self-harm / depression, please do not read further if you are concerned it might trigger you.))

Looking back at my life, I can’t remember a day where I haven’t suffered from depression. 669 more words

Abuse

Toxic Mom: Life with a Personality Disorder at Home- Part 1

Growing up I knew my mom was a little different. I figured I was just even more so and that’s why we didn’t get along. I butted heads with her as soon as the age of 5 and 6 and it never stopped. 2,454 more words

Christianity

The Impact of Narcissistic Parents

By Dr. Perry, PhD

“Somehow I believed it was my obligation to try and do the right thing by her because she had given birth to me.” ~D.G. 1,903 more words

Psychology

Snob Not reblogged this on SnobNot and commented:

Every since I was a child I have tried to explain my strange relationship with mother, a guilt-filled love-hate relationship. Although one’s life is their own choices and they have to own up to them, I believe that the way children are nurtured is what makes them who they are; their decisions, attitude, fears, cravings, interactions, how they express or understand love, … all of it is a result of how they were raised and their relationship with their parents. They shape them!! So people are an accumulated result of their ancestors and the tree goes back to the beginning of humanity and that is the only reason why anyone can say that life is predetermined and one’s fate is already written. Thus, if a divine power has knowledge of all the humans ever lived, by default they would easily know, putting aside the complexity of the matrix of course, how people’s life would turn out to be!

So she cannot really bare the burden of who I am, it’s it my entire line of ancestors, both maternal and paternal who have shaped who I am.

Do Parents really forgive? .. mine doesn’t!

They say parents are the most forgiving, and their love for you is unconditional, but I think the most hidden truth is that some parents do not forget their children’s fuck-ups no matter how much they change or make amends. 454 more words

Abuse

A New Chapter.

Sincerity with respect to yourself! No matter what your objective…no matter who you are…if you are going to do something or not do something, that is a promise to yourself.

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Living With Mental Illness

220. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

Sunday, April 8th, 9:00am
Minerva and Dillon

Dillon: Can Carl come over and play tonight?

Minerva: No, your dad’s coming home tonight.

Dillon: Don’t call him my dad. 83 more words

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