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The little books.

Originally posted on August 30, 2015 I remembered something today. Little by little my mind is pulling up ancient memories from dark and forgotten corners as I move further along in my recovery. This one almost knocked me over. For … Continue reading

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How I became a Cluster B basketcase.

I had some new insights today on the genesis of my disorders. Not actual new memories, but insights on memories I already had that I know now led to my covert narcissism and BPD. I can pinpoint the exact events … Continue reading

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When the “fleas” of narcissism go too far.

Narcissists infect people, just like a disease. They have the uncanny ability of turning people into one of them, if you’re around them long enough. That’s why, whenever it’s possible, No Contact is always the best course of action. You … Continue reading

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The curse of the Aspergers/Avoidant/Borderline triad.

Today I attended a beautiful Pentecost mass that was held outdoors. The day couldn’t have been more perfect for an outdoor celebration of the descent of the Holy Spirit on Jesus’ disciples. Unlike the disciples, I didn’t experience a sudden … Continue reading

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Chicken soup for abuse survivors.

I love Delusion Dispeller’s videos. Follow her on Youtube. This is so inspiring and I love the butterfly she wears on her cheek.

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Dr. Phil: Mothers who hate their own children.

In this full episode, Dr. Phil interviews two malignant narcissist mothers who admit they hate their own children (both daughters). For those of us with normal feelings of love for our children, these mothers’ attitudes and behaviors are beyond comprehension. … Continue reading

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Healing Narcissism: “Stephen’s” story.

Disclaimer: I am not a licensed mental health professional and as such, have done no studies or surveys to find out if the healing regime I am going to propose here would actually work on people with NPD. I have … Continue reading

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We were the lucky ones.

“Narcissus and Echo” by David Revoy Those of us who are ACONs and didn’t become narcs ourselves really are the lucky ones. Narcissism, as I’ve written so many times, is a family disorder and is passed on through generations, both … Continue reading

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