I can relate to so many things in this article, such as thinking that I was losing my memory, the isolation, losing my friends, letting go of myself, not knowing myself anymore, the loneliness, how he would say that he couldn’t sleep or work because he couldn’t stop thinking about me and that would make me feel guilty, and more. Three different stories from three different survivors and I can see myself in all three stories to a more or lesser degree. We all seem to share similar experiences. If you doubt it, please, read. You are not going crazy and you’re not alone.
I found an article that reflects exactly how I’m feeling these days. I am copying some points that express how I have been feeling all along my divorce case.
By Dr. Perry, PhD “Let’s meet at noon at the gym – oh wait, you probably don’t know where that is.” ~ Anonymous We all have that friend, co-worker or family member who has a special way of saying seemingly harmless words that makes us feel like we have been slapped across the face with […]
If you are dealing with someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD,) I’m sure you have experienced that Dr. Perry talks about in his latest post. I know I did.
Another validating article from Shahida Arabi. I’m sure many of us NPD survivors and victims can relate to this. Society judges us and even blames us for what happened to us. We didn’t ask for it, we didn’t seek it, we didn’t and don’t deserve it.
I wanted to share BeautyBeyondBones entry for today. If you’re not familiar with this blog, then let this be your introduction. In this particular article entitled ‘Strangers on a plane‘ she shares her thoughts after noticing the passenger next to her had scars from self-inflicted injuries.
Another excellent article by Shahida Arabi. I hope you find it validating and informative, same way I did. Here’s the direct link: http://thoughtcatalog.com/shahida-arabi/2017/06/5-powerful-reality-checks-for-survivors-of-narcissistic-abuse/
Here’s an interesting article about narcissistic groups: