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May 10

How to Protect Yourself Against Psychic Hoovering

By Kim Saeed | Living Joyfully after No Contact , Maintaining No Contact , Moving on after No Contact

It’s unsettling, it’s eerie, it’s downright inexplicable.  You’ve finally gone No Contact — and then experience soul-wrenching episodes similar to these: You drive by the restaurant that you and your narcissistic Ex used to frequent together and suddenly, they call you.  You’re flipping through the channels one night and come across the romantic comedy the […]

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Apr 26

Have You Been a Victim of Emotional Vampirism?

By Kim Saeed | Empaths and Sensitives , Energy Healing , Narcissism , Surviving Narcissistic Abuse

Written by Ven Baxter Some of the greatest teachers and healers in history have famously been murdered–presumably by “negative” people. Jesus and Socrates both come to mind. Presumably, these great teachers and healers did not heal these negative people, despite being close enough to them to be killed by them. These negative people who would […]

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Apr 01

An Open Letter to Friends and Family of Narcissistic Abuse Victims

By Kim Saeed | Break-Ups , Narcissism , Surviving Narcissistic Abuse , The Red Flags of Narcissism

Ven Baxter If you’ve never been in a close relationship with a Narcissistic partner, it may not be easy to imagine. It might be impossible. It may not be easy for a survivor of Narcissistic abuse to relate his or her experiences to others, either. Indeed, both of these may be impossible. However, even if you’ve […]

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Mar 12

7 Signs That “Radical Acceptance” May Be the Next Step in Your Recovery from Narcissistic Abuse

By Kim Saeed | Contemplating No Contact , Initiating No Contact , Maintaining No Contact , Moving on after No Contact

by Ven Baxter According to many therapists and psychologists, a healthy, functional long-term relationship just isn’t possible when one partner suffers from a “Cluster-B” personality disorder. In other words, you cannot have a healthy, functional relationship with someone who is incapable of having a healthy, functional relationship. If you’re the partner of a disordered person, […]

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