Tag Archives: narcissism

Mr. Stingy.

Originally posted on June 10, 2015 I remember one of my narcissistic lovers. He was a textbook example of a malignant narcissist, and a mean one at that. Although he never became physically violent, I think he would have if … Continue reading

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Why do so many narcissistic abuse survivors support Donald Trump?

I read a post on a narcissistic abuse blog last night in which the blogger expressed concern and confusion over Ollie Matthew’s support of Donald Trump.   For anyone who doesn’t know who Ollie Matthews is, he has a popular … Continue reading

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Email From My Mother

Originally posted on Sleeping Tiger:
I just checked my email for the first time in a little while. And found an email from my mother with the subject line reading, “???” I debated only for a moment whether to open…

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Contrived Helplessness

Originally posted on Grace for my Heart:
It’s Narcissist Friday!      ? Every once in a while I come up with a term for a narcissistic behavior only to find that the term is already being used for something…

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Gaslighting.

I’m pretty sure more people in 2017 know what gaslighting means than they did in 2016 or earlier.   It’s left the domain of the narcissistic abuse community and become a household word now that we have a leader who … Continue reading

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The 4 types of narcissistic abuse victims.

Originally posted on May 15, 2015 It’s become clear to me that not all ACONs and abuse survivors are on the same page when it comes to their attitudes toward narcissists. Because we all are abuse survivors you would think … Continue reading

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Cold Therapy: what is it?

Narcissus flower in bloom. Cold Therapy is a new therapy developed by Sam Vaknin for people with NPD and other disorders.   It sets up a scenario that creates a facsimile of the original trauma that that set off their … Continue reading

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“You people” and “I will pray for you.”

This came up in the comments under another post, but I think these two phrases are important red flags to identify toxic people,  so I’m going to copy what I said in the comments here. Language is a powerful tool. … Continue reading

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Donald Trump & Ayn Rand

Originally posted on CLUSTER B:
—Psychopaths or Narcissists? On November 8th of this year, the “unthinkable” happened. Donald Trump was elected president. Although his campaign sounded more populist that free-market fundamentalist, his choices for cabinet tell a different story. Liberals…

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Rich people see the world differently.

I’ve long noticed that middle, working class and lower middle class families seem to care more about each other and show more empathy and generosity to each other than upper middle class and wealthy families, who often seem cold and … Continue reading

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