Tag Archives: narcissistic relationships

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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The Truth In The Lie Of Narcissistic Love

This brilliant post ponders on the question all of us who have ever been in a narcissistic relationship (or had narcissistic parents) have asked: can a narcissist feel love? This deeply personal post says yes, they can. But they have … Continue reading

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H.G. Tudor’s theory of narcissism and codependency (trauma bonds).

Originally posted on Down the Rabbit Hole:
I have not yet read any of HG Tudor’s many books about narcissism and narcissistic abuse, but I do follow his blog, Knowing The Narcissist. HG has NPD and writes about narcissism from…

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The tears of a clown.

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
Here was one of yesterday’s search terms: vomiting after seeing ex.narcissist begging me back Really now? The narc’s begging you back actually made you puke? But yes, I can definitely understand it though. Sometimes…

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Guest post #9: You are beautiful and loveable no matter what the narc says.

Mel (Hippo 256) writes a blog called The Enability Blog about living with a number of disabilities, including PTSD. I’ll just let Mel’s About Page speak for itself: Hi there, thank you for reading my blog. I really appreciate you’re … Continue reading

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Shattered Dreams Poetry and Book.

A reader of this blog wanted to share some of her poetry with me and I asked her if it was alright to share the poems with my readers because they really resonated for me and I think other readers … Continue reading

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A cute little song about narcissism.

I came across a song called “You Don’t Know Jack” by Girl With Ukelele. It’s a fun little song about a not so fun subject — a narcissistic “friend.” There’s no video of it, so I linked to the post … Continue reading

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Forever alone, revisited.

This is going to be another “running naked” post. I have mixed feelings about being in a relationship. On the one hand, I long for it because I can’t deny that my inability to connect with anyone on a deep … Continue reading

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Fight with a narcissist? Yeah, right!

Originally posted on Grace for my Heart:
It’s Narcissist Friday!     ? (I am aware that this blog continually attracts new readers.  With somewhere around two hundred posts on narcissism and narcissistic relationships, it can be challenging for anyone…

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Marriage counseling is another weapon a narcissist can use against you.

If you’re still with your narcissist, you may be tempted to insist they attend marriage or family counseling with you. It’s a common error to believe and hope the counselor or family therapist can help the narcissist understand your point … Continue reading

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