Tag Archives: narcissistic bloggers

9 ways to tell if the victim blog you read is run by a narcissist.

The Internet is a great thing for a lot of reasons, but for victims of narcissistic abuse, it’s probably the first time in our lives we ever had a voice, and would be listened to and believed.   There are … Continue reading

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A question that probably has no answer.

Beast transforming; Belle watches in astonishment/credit Disney Pictures 1991 I’m following a blog where the writer, who is a diagnosed NPD in therapy (I am not going to link the blog here), has been showing signs recently of his hard … Continue reading

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P.O’d.

I guess I’m feeling like a victim today.  Both this and my last post are all about me wallowing in self-pity.   Eh, I’ll get over it but I need to vent.   This will be short though. After that … Continue reading

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Knowing the Narcissist: a triggering blog for ACONs but could be useful.

I stumbled across a WordPress blog yesterday written by a self-professed Malignant Narcissist. The name of his blog is, simply enough, Knowing the Narcissist. Indeed, to read Malignarc’s entries is to know the mind of a high spectrum, unrepentant, sociopathic … Continue reading

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When Narcissists Claim to be Victims of Narcissists – Who is the Narcissist?

Originally posted on An Upturned Soul:
If you’re searching online for information about Narcissists, Narcissism, Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD), Narcissistic parents, being a Child of Narcissists, an ACoN – Adult Child of Narcissists, being in a relationship with a Narcissist,…

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22 Signs of Online Destructive Narcissists in Forums and Blogging Communities.

Honore Daumier If we’re blogging about pathology, at some point we’ll face a critic, an accuser. This can be a bewildering mess if we assume s/he will listen to reason. If we defend ourselves, the ante will be upped. If … Continue reading

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Wolves in sheep’s clothing.

I wrote an article about this issue a while back, but I decided it was time to write about it again because I have seen this sort of thing happen so many times online, including within the ACON community. It’s … Continue reading

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Social Media – I am not impressed

Opinionated Man’s thoughts about bloggers getting too full of themselves and failing to keep things real. This is great advice for all of us who blog.

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