Tag Archives: narcissistic abuse community

To everything there is a season…

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
There seem to be three different kinds of people in the world. Those who are fake-positive, always wearing a plastered on smile and never admitting to failure or to their true emotions; those who…

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How narcissism got to be a thing.

This article was originally posted on October 7 and 11, 2015 in two parts. It has been updated and merged. Disclaimer:  It was pointed out to me that this post may seem overly critical or stereotyping of Baby Boomers.   … Continue reading

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The real reason why my attitude toward narcissism changed.

Originally posted on Down the Rabbit Hole:
A few weeks ago, I posted a somewhat negative article about Sam Vaknin that pretty much blamed him for turning NPD into something resembling demonic possession because of his own self-hatred and hatred…

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How did narcissism get so “popular”? (part two of two)

Here is the second installment, as I promised–I apologize for the delay. In part one, I covered the way narcissism has increasingly infiltrated our society and become a near-virtue to be emulated, starting in the late 1940s and 1950s in … Continue reading

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My “friendship” with a famous narcissist is over.

Some of you may have noticed I’m posting less these days. Not long ago I was averaging 3-5 new posts a day; now it’s about 1-2. To most of you, that’s probably still considered a lot of posts, but for … Continue reading

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I’m holding my nose…

I did the unthinkable. I started linking my blog posts with my Facebook account. I did something even more heinous than that. I started talking to people on Facebook, and there’s a vast community of narcissistic abuse survivors. The beauty … Continue reading

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