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In defense of “Cinderella”: is she really a weak Disney princess?

Here is the Twitter thread in which I found this video.   It’s a good explanation of why Cinderella, far from being weak and shallow (only interested in a dress and a man), is actually incredibly brave and a wonderful example … Continue reading

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Truth teller.

I am the truth teller in my family. Because of that I have been scapegoated and disowned. I’m well aware of the possibility of my family seeing this, but due to the indifference I’ve been able to develop toward them … Continue reading

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Being discovered online by your narcissists.

Back during the winter, I made the mistake by sharing an article on a social media platform that several members of my family use, including my narcissistic mother. It came to my attention (through my son) that they did in … Continue reading

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