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11 Mandatory Rules for Dealing With a Narcissist

Wondering how to deal with a 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 a narcissist

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Do You Recognize These Warning Signs of Pursuer-Distancer Relationship Patterns?

Many relationships run into trouble because one partner seeks more closeness while the other seeks more distance. It’s a cycle that psychologists call a pursuer-distancer dynamic.  In spiritual

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4 Examples of What a Genuine “I’m Sorry” Looks Like

Nothing is worse than an empty apology.  Except perhaps being in a relationship with someone whose apologies have become absurd…laughable, even.  You know what I mean, those fake apologies that either

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5 Things to Never Do After Breaking Up with a Narcissist

Breaking up with someone you’ve spent part of your life with is never easy, whether you agreed to the breakup or were heartlessly discarded out of the blue.   However, it’s what you do after the

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Awareness and Responsibility: Two Initial Steps to Narcissistic Abuse Recovery

There are two basic steps to recovery from Narcissistic abuse, and they are taken both within and after a “romantic” relationship with a Cluster B personality-disordered partner.  The first

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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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The Piety of Toxic Love

I was with my Ex for over eight years. I am unable to recall a single Valentine’s Day spent with him. I literally cannot summon up one miniscule facet of those eight holidays. It seems they’ve been

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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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An Open Letter to Friends and Family of Narcissistic Abuse Victims

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

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Don’t Let Pride and Fear of the Unknown Keep You Stuck

3-minute read — Possible Trigger When I think back to my own dark night of narcissistic abuse, I often wish I’d left sooner than I did.  If truth be told, I am glad I went through the experience

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