A Narcissist's goal is to make you feel worthless, unlovable, crazy, fat or ugly. A Narcissist wants you to think that you can't do anything right, that you are forgetful, that you need psychological help.
Well, I'm here to tell you that's all hogwash! Why? Because you are valued!
What is triangulation? How do Narcissists use it to their advantage? What are its effects on you, the target? Triangulation is one of the many tactics that the Narcissist uses. Have you wondered why other people seem to always be involved or hang around?
It became clearer and clearer to me with each blog post that I write, and with each meme or story that I read. My XMIL (mother in law) is a Narcissist, too. Narcissists of a feather, huh?
A Narcissist's victim is seen as a mere object, one that can be used, abused and tossed aside. This guest post below accurately describes how Narcissists treat their victims. Have you experienced objectification? Comment below the post. And as always, I appreciate you sharing your stories with me.
One of a Narcissist's main traits is being grandiose in nature. As such, they are prone to presenting an image to the masses that isn't true. They feel an overwhelming need to make themselves look good. But why is this?
The recent death of a fellow survivor (not a reader of my blog or my Facebook page with the same name) got me thinking. She felt taking her life was the only option out of her pain. Sadly, it left behind a wave of grief in the survivor community.
This blog was born out of something another survivor said to the rest of us in the group. She is right. We MUST keep fighting.
Often times, we ask ourselves "Am I a Narcissist?" We look within for answers because the other person (the real Narc) points fingers telling us we are selfish, narcissistic jerks.
Narcissists are everywhere, even in the professional world. They are doctors, lawyers, car salesmen, retail workers, military, law enforcement. Narcissists are drawn to these professions like magnets to a refrigerator because it guarantees them a constant flow of supply.
"You are like two different people."
It was something my friend once said to me. It really made me reflect on her statement. And I realized that she was right! I really was like two different people when I was with my Narcissistic-Ex (NX).
I've been there. You're frazzled. You need some clarity. You are desperate for help. So you suggest couples' counseling to your significant other, the Narcissist.
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Greetings, my warrior survivor friends! Welcome to my blog. I'm Julianna, the owner and creator of this site. Check out the My Story section to read about why I started this blog. Thanks for stopping in. And feel free to comment on any post, share your own thoughts and stories. I would love to hear from you!
The Top 10
Here you will find my most popular posts for easier discovery.
How Narcissists Make Sure You Never Solve Problems In A Relationship
The Fake Apology
How I Lost My Identity
Effects of Emotional Abuse
Emotionally Abusive Behaviors
Tightening Your Facebook Privacy Settings
Why You Should Never Defend Yourself Against The Narcissist's Smear Campaign
Going No Contact: A List Of What To Do And What Not To Do
An Open Letter To All Survivors Who Just Got Out Of An Abusive Situation
The Great Manipulator
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