Have the Narcissists ever told you that you are making something out to be bigger than it is? Have the Narcissists ever told you that you’re overreacting? What the Narcissists are doing is minimizing your experiences. They are saying that what you feel doesn’t matter. It’s not a big deal, they say. Minimizing is a big deal, actually, and it is a form of control.
Narcissists hide in plain sight. So how can you keep an eye out for them if you don’t know where they are and how to spot them? Below are several tips on how you can spot them more easily.
Narcissists do not come right out and admit any wrongdoing, nor do they outright confess their sins. When dealing with Narcissists, it’s always best to listen closely. Listen closely, readers, for Narcissists will let you in on a little secret – they confess their sins through the art of projection.
No matter how long you've been on the path of healing and recovery from Narcissistic Abuse, you will continually learn new things to propel you forward. I learned one such thing recently. The power of Meh.
I get it. Your love for the Narcissist was so real. You were sure the Narcissist felt the same way, too. Unfortunately, Narcissists cannot and do not love anyone. Their love was not real. It was all fake. They built their “love” under a fake persona. Their false self.
“He always made me feel like I was wrong, you know?” Every time I think back to my relationship with the Narcissist, I would think of this quote from the movie A League of Their Own. No matter what I did, what I said, how I dressed, how I chose to parent, he always made me feel wrong.
Even six years post-discard, I’m feeling guilty. Even with all the therapy I’ve had, the support I’ve been given and the information I have learned along the way, I’m feeling guilty. I have what I term The Narcissistic Abuse Survivor’s Guilt. I’m wondering if any of you have felt like this. So I thought to write a blog post about the subject.
Toxic individuals with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) are not easy people to deal with on a daily basis. In fact, they are downright difficult. So how can you deal with someone with BPD without compromising your own self-esteem and awareness? Below are several tips on how.
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