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 …

Lonely is a state of mind

Lonely is a state of mind: C-PTSD and Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

Why do narcissistic people strive to socially, emotionally, and financially damage the live’s of their targets? To feel powerful and in control, that is why. The Narcissist knows there is no greater loneliness than feeling trapped and forced to endure isolation and shaming. One would think that forcing a victim to suffer through being targeted …

No Contact order

The one thing Narcissistic Abuse victims never seem to regret

Going “No Contact” with a narcissistic peer group, person, or family unit can be a terrifying prospect to consider… but it’s the one thing narcissistic abuse survivors all seem to wish they had been brave enough to do sooner. Don’t let the fear of the unknown or fear-based thinking that they have raised you in, …