I’ll admit. It’s extremely difficult to be the kind of mom I want to be. My NX has made it quite hard for me to be a great mom. Why? Because of the many tactics he uses.
It's no secret that Narcissists must have power and control over their victims. Intimidation is a favorite control tactic that Narcissists frequently use.
In the aftermath of Narcissistic Abuse, it's vital to put the concept of self-affirming thoughts into practice. Below are several reasons why it's an incredibly powerful healing tool.
There is no changing a Narcissist. You cannot love better, deeper or stronger. You cannot show any kind of compassion to a Narcissist. Why? Because they will use your compassion against you.
Having a guest blog post is such an honor for me. These additional insights add to my own work in a way that brings so much more clarity for my readers. If you have thoughts, please comment below this post. And as always, I appreciate you for sharing your thoughts with me.
Narcissists have no empathy. They have no conscience....
In the aftermath of any relationship with Narcissists, you will be left bewildered, disoriented, angry, depressed, confused. You won’t know which way to turn or where to go for help. You don’t know why you were discarded. All that you know is that you miss the Narcissist.
In the realm of healing and recovery, you might hear terms and phrases like “Narcissists are parasites.” You might be wondering what this means and how knowing can help in your healing.
When I moved closer to family and friends after the NX discarded me, I thought I'd get unconditional support. What I discovered shocked me to my core. Many had no clue what I went through and instead turned away from me. That feeling I had is what prompted me to write this post.
This is a topic that has come up often. How can you be kind to yourself after the Narcissist? I mean, I know all I wanted to do was to curl up in a ball and hide under the covers. How do you begin to move on after the Narcissist? What steps can you take to begin to heal?
Narcissists love to employ the use of the bait and switch. It's one of their favorite tactics, actually, because this is the easiest way they can play the victim.
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