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Tools for Healing: My Affirmations

Where to start? All I can say is that I love this application!!! It’s very simple and it is gorgeous!

When it comes to healing from abuse, alternative healing methods could make the difference. I am not discarding therapy for those who need it. That’s not what I’m talking about. In fact, you could recourse to other healing and coping methods in-between appointments.

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When the tables are turned

~ Love doesn’t hurt. Lying, cheating, and screwing with people’s feelings and emotions hurt.

How great it feels when you can finally show the narcissist in your life that their threats and insults just slide from you like nothing. I still have a long way to go. However, the argument we had the other night has proven that I have come a long way from where I was about 3 years ago.

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Not even a gram of compassion — Little Maria Blue-Eyed Angel

My future ex-husband enrolled our daughter in preschool without my knowledge. I found out when I got a phone call from the transportation department asking to confirm if they needed to pick up our daughter. At least, he had the decency of giving them my phone number. But that was pretty much it. Little Maria […]

via Not even a gram of compassion — Little Maria Blue-Eyed Angel

I would like to share a post from my other blog I recently started. I wanted to formally introduce my blog Little Maria Blue-Eyed Angel, but this will have to do for now. I have been writing a post to introduce it here, but I have been so busy with the divorce and other things that I never had the chance to finish it.

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Gaslight Revisited

“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.” ~ Nelson Mandela

I don’t know if all Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) victims and survivors are subjected to a lot of gaslight or not. But in my particular case, I should be at the level of a Subject Matter Expert (SME) at this point. However, that’s not the case. I am still having “Ah, ha!” moments when it comes to gaslight.

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Five Key Phrases to Disarm a Narcissist

I’m back after two weeks of dealing with appointments for my daughter and meetings with my attorney because of the endless list of motions my husband keeps filing against me. And we’re also getting ready for arbitration. But let’s get to it, shall we?

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Trust

Almost a month ago, I had said that two things had happened and ended up talking about just the one. To some degree, I’m glad I waited longer to post about the other thing because more things have been happening ever since that I feel are related and they all took place during Mass.

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Any man who says I am the King

… is no true king.

~ Tywin Lannister to King Joffrey Baratheon (Game of Thrones).

I don’t watch Game of Thrones, neither I have read the books. However, I have read enough and watched many YouTube videos, making it possible for me to be familiar enough with many characters and general storylines. I have come to the conclusion that several characters could be considered narcissists, sadistic, or even sociopaths, young king Joffrey being one of those.

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NPD Divorce: Avoid Psychological Evaluations

I’m only talking from my own experience. Always follow your attorney’s advise. With that said, I had read many blogs and fora about divorcing an individual with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) and many survivors and victims out there are advising to avoid psychological evaluations at all cost. I wish I had that option. I did not. Ours was court-mandated. Mark my words: The narc will ace the evaluations.

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7 Spiritual Ideas That Enable Abuse and Shame the Victim

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.

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