If good or negative reactions are a source for a narcissist, why wouldn’t they attempt to solicit more positive reactions instead of abusing you? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora


https://qr.ae/TWh0e6 After some time with you the narcissist gets bored and the fuel you are providing the narcissist begins to feel old and stale. They begin to devalue you as a way to extract negative narcissistic supply. It a way of getting you to supply them in a different way. You are not doing it… Continue reading If good or negative reactions are a source for a narcissist, why wouldn’t they attempt to solicit more positive reactions instead of abusing you? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora

Do narcissists ever hold on to good memories of their victims once they have discarded? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora


https://qr.ae/TWh09r A2A, Thank you for the question Destiny. Narcissists do not see you as a person. They think in terms of what you provided for them in the relationship. They do not love or bond. They do not have object constancy so you are basically out of sight out of mind. Unless something has triggered… Continue reading Do narcissists ever hold on to good memories of their victims once they have discarded? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora

How common is it for people in a narcissistic relationship to witness their narcissistic partner lapse into a psychotic episode (break from reality)? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora


https://qr.ae/TWIm8r I don’t know how common it is for someone with NPD to lapse into a psychotic break from reality, however I witnessed about 4 psychotic breaks from reality by my ex narcissistic husband. He was hospitalized for one of the psychotic breaks which lasted about 9 days. I think this can occur when there… Continue reading How common is it for people in a narcissistic relationship to witness their narcissistic partner lapse into a psychotic episode (break from reality)? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora

What happens when you see a narcissist collapse into insanity? Do they projectile vomit or what? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora


https://qr.ae/TWIPb6 A2A Thank you for the question Anne. When my ex-N suffered from narcissistic collapse he went into depression and then began suffering from psychosis. He had about 4 bouts of psychosis back to back, and one which he was hospitalized for. During his state of psychosis while in the hospital he thought he was… Continue reading What happens when you see a narcissist collapse into insanity? Do they projectile vomit or what? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora

How can therapists be offended and demeaning when you tell them you are married to a narcissist, and asking if you are a degreed therapist, since they don’t live with it 24/7 and we are supposed to behave like ignorant lemmings? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora


https://qr.ae/TWTM3W As you will notice the answers from those with NPD are much like your therapist. Therapist, counselors, and psychologist who have a degree and also have experience or specialized training in abuse will have a better understanding. Most NPD’s and those in the field of psychology on Quora have the same attitude of your… Continue reading How can therapists be offended and demeaning when you tell them you are married to a narcissist, and asking if you are a degreed therapist, since they don’t live with it 24/7 and we are supposed to behave like ignorant lemmings? Answered by Debra Sutton on Quora

The Danger of Gay Men Who Are Afraid to Come Out & How They Affect Families, Communities & Children By Janell Hihi


https://janellhihi.com/2017/05/22/the-danger-of-gay-men-who-are-afraid-to-come-out-how-they-affect-families-communities-children/ Using the national census, Gallup polls, Facebook, dating sites and porno searches, a study from The New York Times estimates that at least 5% of American men are gay, while many are in the closet or quietly suffering in heterosexual marriages — particularly in traditionally conservative states. I support the freedom of sexuality. I… Continue reading The Danger of Gay Men Who Are Afraid to Come Out & How They Affect Families, Communities & Children By Janell Hihi

Sensitive Soul Your Sexuality Is Sacred-Be Careful Who You Exchange Energy With By Krissy Van Alstyne-The Urban Howl


As a sensitive soul, we feel the double-edged sword of pain in any relationship. We feel our own pain, and the pain that belongs to the ones we are close to. If we have moved away from a space that was harmful for us, out of our own protection, we not only feel our own… Continue reading Sensitive Soul Your Sexuality Is Sacred-Be Careful Who You Exchange Energy With By Krissy Van Alstyne-The Urban Howl