Originally posted on Psychology Today Published on May 1, 2011 The Legacy of Distorted Love https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-legacy-distorted-love/201105/the-narcissistic-family-tree Clinical experience and research show that adult children of narcissists have a difficult time putting their finger on what is wrong, because denial is rampant in the narcissistic family system: “The typical adult from a narcissistic family is filled… Continue reading The Narcissistic Family Tree by Karyl McBride, Ph.D.
Originally Posted on Yourlifelifter 05/29/2016 https://yourlifelifter.com/2016/05/29/how-living-alone-and-being-single-build-emotional-health/ “Living alone kicks us into self-benefiting actions that build the personal stamina and skills, knowledge, and abilities that allow us to become self-sufficient and self-assured, self-reliant on ourselves to bring us joy, optimal health, and the relationships that nurture our soul. Living alone allows us to have ‘skin in… Continue reading How Living Alone and Being Single Build Emotional Health by Evelyn M. Ryan
From the Book – From Charm to Harm and Everything else in Between with a Narcissist! @http://www.amazon.com/Charm-Harm-Everything-Narcissist-Narcissistic/dp/1523820179/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1462614209&sr=1-1&keywords=from+charm+to+harm Trauma can be caused by a wide variety of events, but there are common denominators. There is frequently a violation of the person’s familiar ideas (belief system) about the real world and of their human rights, putting the… Continue reading Traumatization From This Abuse From the Book From Charm to Harm by Gregory Zaffuto
Originally posted on Thought Catalog March 25, 2016 https://buff.ly/2ExEvzO Bad boys wreak havoc on our lives, our bodies and our brains. The reasons we love bad boys, toxic people and emotionally unavailable partners are not just emotional and psychological – they are downright biochemical. The truth of the matter is, our brains can be rewired… Continue reading The Real Reason Why We Love Bad Boys, Toxic Partners and Emotionally Unavailable Men by Shahida Arabi