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5 Cruel Ways You’ll Feel Destroyed by the Polyamorous Narcissist

Wondering how to deal with a polyamorous narcissist? You are not alone. Many online blogs and support groups for victims of narcissists have sprouted up over the years, as people have realized the damage

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Science Links Selfies to Narcissism and Addiction

Don’t Do Too Many Selfies If You Don’t Want to Be Seen as a Narcissist.

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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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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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3 Myths About Narcissism That Need to Die

Can I be blunt for a moment? 75% of the material on the internet about narcissistic behaviors is totally pointless. It’s mostly rehashed information that’s often inaccurate, biased, and completely

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Are Narcissists Aware of Their Disorder?

When it comes to narcissists and their irrational behaviors, one of THE most frequently asked questions posed by victims of narcissistic abuse is whether the narcissist is aware of what they’re doing. 

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The Narcissists’ Playbook

by Ven Baxter One of the first steps out of Narcissistic abuse is the realization that one is, in fact, dealing with a Narcissist.  I’m going to generalize a lot here (quite legitimately, I believe),

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Have You Been a Victim of Emotional Vampirism?

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

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How Life Experience Can Reveal Deep Psychological Wounds

Ven Baxter Painful experience NOW exposes hidden inner wounds, and when the inner pain is released, a “lost” part of the self is regained and rejoined to the personality, which becomes more whole–more

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