Goodbye Toxic Friends

Saying goodbye to toxic friends an important milestone in Abuse Recovery

Saying Goodbye to Toxic Friends is an important Narcissistic Abuse recovery step. Toxic friends — these are people who put their own special interests, need for attention, and control-seeking desires ahead of that of the people closest to them in a friendship circle. How do you spot them and what do you do if and …

Signs of Narcissism and Toxic Thinking

15 not so obvious truths about Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Narcissistic Personality Disorder is the medical phrase used to describe people who diagnostically score high symptomatic correlations for Narcissism as the personality type is described in the DSM5. For anyone unfamiliar, the DSM is the diagnostic manual used by medical and mental health care professionals worldwide. The number of the edition any person or peer …

Alcoholic Mothers and Female Problem Drinkers

Growing up with an Alcoholic Mother traumatizes children

Being born into a family with problem drinkers and / or an ALCOHOLIC MOTHER can create a lifetime of personal and psychiatric issues for Adult Children of Alcoholics. If you drew the genetic short straw when it came to birth or adoptive parents, know this: you are not alone in thinking that the way they …

Cluster B poker tells for Borderline and Histrionic

Histrionic and Borderline Personality Disorder poker tells revealed

“They” say you can never win by arguing with someone that has a narcissistic personality type or disorder. I didn’t even want to win. I just wanted normal, rational adult behavior. The Cluster B person only wants to succeed in traumatizing any person or peer group with whom they manufacture competition. But their covert nature and hidden …

Somatic Narcissism

How to spot a Somatic Narcissist… and how to effectively deal with one

Wondering how to effectively deal with a Somatic Narcissist? They are fairly easy to spot and deal with once you understand Somatic Narcissists’ core personality type coupled with information about their thinking style and personal attention-seeking motivations. “Dealing with a somatic narcissist is the same as dealing with any narcissist. The longer you are in …