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Saying goodbye to toxic friends an important milestone in Abuse Recovery | Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

Saying goodbye to toxic friends an important milestone in Abuse Recovery

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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…

Saying goodbye to toxic friends an important milestone in Abuse Recovery | Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

15 not so obvious truths about Narcissistic Personality Disorder

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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…

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Growing up with an Alcoholic Mother traumatizes children

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Posted in: Mommy Dearest, Sobering Thoughts, This Just In, Toxic Parents

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…

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

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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…