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The Non-Narc’s Guide to “Cluster B” for Recovering Abuse Survivors

~ by Ven Baxter The online Narcissistic Abuse Recovery community, as represented in social media groups, website message boards, personal blogs, and video comment threads, has a certain lingo that newcomers

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7 Types of Pain Directly Linked to Your Emotions

When we feel emotionally balanced, our bodies reflect this positive feeling, too. Positive emotions such as contentment or satisfaction tell our brains to release positive chemicals such as serotonin or

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The Biggest Misconception about Narcissism

You’ve begun to suspect that your partner might be a narcissist.  So, you go to your computer and start doing numerous Google searches, entering terms such as “narcissism”, “emotional blackmail”,

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The Chaos Theory of Narcissistic Abuse

Most people have heard of the Butterfly Effect, which states that a butterfly flapping its wings on one side of the world – at just the right point in space and time – can eventually cause

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Why Narcissistic Abuse is so Damaging

Why does narcissistic abuse often affect us so differently than other traumatic events? It goes without saying that all traumatic events are deeply impactful and life-altering.  They knock us into an

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Do Narcissists Suck at Tickling?

by Ven Baxter Tickling requires empathy. It’s a psychological game (in a positive sense). One can’t tickle oneself; tickling requires a partner and, like most human interactions, when done the “right”

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5 Signs of Toxic Parents and Healing the Damage They Caused

The term “toxic parent” was invented to describe parents whose own negative behaviors inflict devastating emotional damage which wrecks their children’s sense of self. Toxic parents are those

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7 Biases That Hinder Your Recovery from Narcissistic Abuse

It’s no secret that being in a relationship with a character disturbed individual affects one’s ability to think clearly and rationally. When you’re dealing with gaslighting, blame-shifting, and

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Compulsive Research of Narcissism: 5 Signs to Look Out for After a Break Up

While all relationships have their ups and downs, a relationship with a narcissist can be particularly tumultuous. To cope with the extreme emotional trauma of this kind of emotional abuse, your body activates

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