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from After Narcissistic Abuse

Narcissists Force Co-Dependent Relationships

Narcs rarely seek professional help, because they don't believe they are wrong. Therapy statistically has not been particularly effective treating narcissism.

from PositiveMed

A person who never learned to TRUST

A person who never learned to TRUST confuses intensity with intimacy, obsession with care, and control with security. ~Patrick Carnes, psychiatrist

Where's Cheese? blogspot: Illustration of Borderline Personality Disorder

Love does not conquer all. What you’re experiencing or what you've experienced in your relationship probably isn’t love; it’s a distorted, twisted version of it. You can’t fix or rescue someone from being abusive, sick, dysfunctional and lost in their own highly distorted reality. In fact, trying to rescue an abuser—particularly if they are a borderline, a narcissist, a histrionic or a sociopath—is akin to trying to rescue to drowning person who’s crying for help and then...

I carried this with me for decades. And then I decided to become a Warrior instead of a victim statistic. I broke the cycle.

and they coach others to hate you and avoid you and make them appear curt...= curt 1. rudely brief in speech or abrupt in manner. 2. brief; concise; terse. 3. short; shortened.

from Buzzle

Are You a Borderline Diabetic? Read These Essential Diet Guidelines

Borderline Diabetic Diet

from Gene Sizes

“Say Whaaat?!”: Validation

THIS IS ME! i always joke that my reasonable mind knows exactly what i'm doing and why i'm doing it... my emotional mind, not so much. while there are times i'll just go with my emotional mind, in the end, i'll always stick with my wise mind. it knows best.