October is in full gear, bringing with it pumpkins, Halloween, harvest, Thanksgiving, and warm thoughts of sweaters and mugs of hot cocoa.
It also marks Domestic Violence Awareness month. Sadly, there
By Stephanie March
If you’re reading this article – or any others on this site – it’s probably safe to assume that you have found yourself involved with a narcissist or other toxic personality
Ted is married to Marcy, but he’s wanted to break it off for a while. He doesn’t believe they are compatible, so after several years of treating her unkindly, he moves out.
Though he doesn’t want
Most victims of Narcissistic abuse waste years of their lives not knowing whether they should stay or leave, torturing themselves with self-doubt. The reasons for this vary, but in the end, victims
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When he looks at you (perhaps adoringly, for effect) and says he still loves you, “in spite of your downward social status, unstable mental capacity, and the
Forgiveness is one of the greatest blessings we can give to others. In relationships, couples who forgive each other are happier than those who don’t. Studies show that forgiving makes
If you’ve finally left your Narcissistic spouse, I applaud you. Though there is still a way to go in the battle for your freedom, this is the only first step that will help lead you there.
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Lies We Mistake for Love – continued…
6. You believe you have to earn love
Love should not depend on what you can
This article is the first in a two-part series.
What is real love?
Poets and writers have attempted to define true love for centuries. While true love is certainly something worth striving for, it’s