Narcissistic Abuse in relationships

Narcissistic Abuse in relationships leads to the formation of wholly preventable stress related illnesses

Narcissistic Abuse in relationships leads to the formation of wholly preventable stress-related illnesses. It’s a medical fact — one that should be taken as a serious risk to national as well as to global security. C-PTSD and it’s symptoms cost every nation and country not only the social and mental health of their citizenry, but …

Emotional Abuse signs and symptoms

How to identify Emotional Abuse if you were groomed to enable Social Predators

Ever wonder if you are being too sensitive or controlling because someone who treated you poorly and abused your hospitality said that you were after they harmed you on purpose or knowingly? You are the victim of a gaslighting social predator, one prone to emotionally and socially mistreating other people. Emotional abuse is common in …

Why the brain tends to fixate on abuse and the abusers

Why the brain cannot stop thinking about Abuse or Abusers after trauma exposure

It’s over. You survived. You faced the Narcissist or Sociopathic predator in real life. You lived, you lost, now what did you learn? Your brain, scarred by multiple instances of trauma with PTSD, is likely to still be fixated on processing the threat. Obsessing about abuse is normal and healthy — it’s how the body …

How to talk to your own child about abuse

How to talk to Adult Children about their own Child Abuse issues

Adults who are aware of child abuse or pervasive neglect issues have a duty to report. Parents of children who are abused or at risk of being abused have a moral and legal obligation to protect.  If you failed to do one or both (regardless of the reason), expect your adult child or adult children to have …

Avoid joining cults or support groups following Narcissistic Absue

A letter to every Narcissistic Abuse victim seeking to join support groups

Dear Readers, This letter is likely to be blunt and not what you might expect or prefer to emotionally hear. That is why we are sharing it — to help people in crisis learn how to cope, de-stress, and manage their own recovery in such a way that keeps everyone safe while decreasing fear. One …

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 …

How to avoid being manipulated by a Narcissist or narcissistic people

How to avoid being manipulated by narcissistic people

Wondering how to avoid being manipulated by narcissistic people? The answer is far simpler than most Narcissistic Abuse victims ever expect. The trick is to educate yourself about the red flags and warning symptoms a person has a Cluster B personality disorder and then learn to observe and make mental notes rather than electing to …

Stop feeling sorry for people with Cluster B

How to stop feeling sorry for toxic people

What are the dangers of feeling sorry for a person who suffers from Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Anti-Social Personality Disorder, or person who suffers from a comorbid condition that combines the two — known in pop culture psychology circles as a “Narcopath”? The more kindness and compassion a targeted victim elects to show them, the more …

Narcissistic Abuse recovery possible with time and education

Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse takes time and education

Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse is a time consuming academic, spiritual, psychological, and physical process. When people ask us how long will it take to recover from the sinking feeling they typically harbor in their gut or chest after having a run-in with a toxic personality type, we tend to ask readers, “That depends… how long …