How to Leave a Narcissistic Person

How to Leave a Narcissist: Four key things to expect (step by step)

How to leave a narcissist. Step one — understand walking away means planning to lose not only their half of the money and personal possessions, but also your own. Know they will do whatever it takes to destroy you socially, financially, psychologically, physically, and emotionally — more so if THEY were 100% at fault for …

What is the Denial Trap

Why victims who listen to narcissistic people develop C-PTSD

Welcome to Narcissistic Abuse recovery, a place where the only people who survive and thrive resist the urge to minimize. The “Denial Trap” is one narcissistic people love to use all the time while gaslighting their victims into questioning their own memories, heart, intelligence, and even sanity after they have been openly caught doing something …

Generic advice for relationships bad advice for abuse victims

Stop listening to bad advice from self-help gurus if you are being abused

Straight talk about Flying Monkeys: stop listening to generic self-help advice from Narcissistic Abuse Enablers and Predators if you are being or have ever been abused. The material was not written in any way, shape, or form to help you. It is helpful for people who are going through challenging times personally and professionally, meaning they are …

What is life really like growing up in a toxic or abusive family

What is life really like for children of toxic or abusive parents

What is life like for children of toxic or abusive parents? It’s certainly never fun, relaxing, loving, or supportive in a positive way of any sort. Whether they are adult children of narcissists, alcoholics, or some other more distressing form (like drug addictions, career criminals, or a more socially destructive form of Cluster B, all …

Why is breaking up with a Narcissist or Narcopath so difficult

Why breaking up with a Narcissist or Narcopath is so difficult

Why is breaking up with a Narcissist or Narcopath so hard to do? Because they sell you out and betray you every time — no matter how faithful, loving, loyal, and honestly kind person that you have been to them, or continue to be after a breakup. Narcissists and Narcopaths are the betrayers of hospitality …

Toxic Family Pushing Buttons

Going ‘No Contact’ with an abuser may mean leaving friends and family

Time to fess up. Going low to no contact with a domestic abuser might mean leaving behind beloved friends, pets, your own children, all the people in your family’s social and emotional support network. Why? Because people with entitlement issues, who have personality disorders, who have a mean streak, or are predatory by nature are …

Enabling Henchman Father supports Malignant Narcissist Mother

Enabling Henchmen are fathers who enable Narcissistic Mothers

Enabling Henchmen are fathers who help Narcissistic Mothers abuse. Whether they are targeting their own children, relatives, housemates, neighbors, school teachers or faculty administrators, their local hospital staff, or the Walmart Greeter, they tend to do or say whatever horrible thing will help them win the favor and sexual affection of a mean-spirited person who …

Narcissisitc people love to argue

Stop wasting time arguing with narcissistic people

When dealing with accommodating a person who has a‪ known or suspected Cluster B‬ personality disorder or toxic thinking, the only person who ever truly benefits from arguing with them (or  ‘wins’) is THEM. Why? Because narcissistic people love to argue and to create discord both for and between other people. When you spot the red flags …

The Effect of Stalking on Victims

The Effect of Stalking on its Victims

What are the effects of stalking on victims? Overwhelming debilitation report most survivors, noting many of them refuse to embrace the label “victim” out of respect for so many of the dead that sadistic and entitlement-thinking based predators have fatally injured. According to the Psychology Department at the University of Texas, “The Effect of Stalking …

Minimization is Narcissistic Abuse

Why minimizing Narcissistic Abuse is always wrong

Minimizing ‪Cluster B personality disorder tendencies in order to enable or avoid being targeted has profoundly detrimental effects on ALL members of HUMAN SOCIETY. Learn to spot the red flags and warning signs of a person who has ‪ ASPD‬, is a ‪Malignant Narcissist‬, or who is a ‪Narcopath‬. The ultimate situational abusers, they truly derive physical sensations of pleasure that correspond …