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Casey Russell Sep 24
Never underestimate a narcissist’s ability to quickly fabricate a story or even worse yet, use the truth (or some version of it) to quickly create trust and agreement. Pathological liars are excellent at this and can even be truthful if they think it will get them their way.
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The Poetry Society Sep 25
National Poetry Day Live is back! Join us next Thursday for a FREE reading with Anthony Anaxagorou, Caroline Bird, Zaffar Kunial, Hannah Lowe and many more incredible poets from 5pm at Southbank Centre as we celebrate 2018. Find out more:
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CLPE 1h
Click here to listen to the wonderful Michaela Morgan read some of her most popular poems. We've also got a free teaching sequence for her anthology Wonderland: Alice in Poetry.
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Casey Russell Sep 17
One thing I’ve always felt strongly about is the fact that I, personally, could never love someone I don’t respect. I could not and cannot respect a narcissist as a person, as a man, as a human being. That alone started to break down the trauma bond for me.
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Notare Sep 25
please explain to your mother what a Matriarch is, clearly she doesn’t understand the definition. NO ONE is embarrassed by your mother’s psychotic ramblings, maybe YOU should be. Again, YOU have the power to stop her. Exposing children to this behavior is ok?
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Things Sep 22
Can children of a parent turn into a themselves? How young could you begin to see signs? Is there hope if one parent is not ?
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MoveThroughToThriving 4h
~ Toolbox: DISTORTION. Everything in the world, every person in the world, is viewed with distortion. We MUST not expect a to be able to view the same reality as a healthy 'normal' person. This is NOT possible. Everything is filtered thru their disorder.~
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Dr. Adrienne Meier Sep 25
Today is ! 🙌🏻 improves & , & helps us thrive! Let's celebrate by sharing our own experience with . What was it like? Any advice for others who may want to start therapy?
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Peace Sep 22
Those abused + gaslighted, punished + revictimized by courts should start a hashtag + get stories out. Public would be shocked as to the abuses of power + outrageous things said/done to victims who are there, being forced to litigate by ex/soon to be ex or other DV abuser.
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MoveThroughToThriving 5h
~ Toolbox: STOP BEING AN AFTERTHOUGHT. How many years have you considered YOURSELF an 'afterthought'? Others coming first, putting your own needs/wants aside. Work daily on moving your UP on your 'to do' list.~
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ANA - AfterNarcAbuse Sep 22
The ultimate shame dump is one-sided. They can dish it out, but their shame core CANNOT take it.
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Casey Russell Sep 24
I felt the most victimized after the relationship was over. I spent years with a person who was not who he pretended to be. He again morphed for the next victim and was different from the person the last victim knew. He was nothing more than a stranger with a bad agenda.
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Shayne N. Edson Author Sep 22
For a narcissist to ever admit to any of their horrific deeds would imply a conscience. The absense of one is precisely why they won't/don't.
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Casey Russell Sep 24
Narcissist don’t get better at not cheating with each new victim. They just get more sneaky and more savvy at it. There’s all sorts of communication apps now one can use to keep it from showing up on phone records.
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MoveThroughToThriving Sep 17
MUCH loss to be processed YEAR ONE after . The loss of the relationship we THOUGHT we had; the PARTNER we thought we had. The loss of the life that was promised. The loss of the 'dream'. The realization of exactly WHO we were involved with. TAKE YOUR TIME.
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MoveThroughToThriving 4h
~ Toolbox: RAGE. One factor for this is that the is a PERPETUAL CHILD living in an adult body. Quality & productive adult/mature communication is ABSENT so their REACTION is rage. This rage may be verbal &/or physical. Safety MUST be #1 during these times.~
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CLPE Sep 25
There's a host of free resources on the National Poetry Day site. From lesson plans, to posters and logos - access them here:
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Casey Russell Sep 18
When a narcissist who was using someone as nothing more than a tool for supply ends up being nothing more to the supply than the supply’s tool to educate people on their disorder. There’s some irony. Lol.
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Cheeto Dorito 16h
I genuinely feel for those fighting this issue with children involved. It’s an unfair fight. You want to leave, but don’t want to irreparably harm them either. No easy answers. I cannot imagine the heartache and being re-victimized all over by “family” court.
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Peace 1h
Replying to @MCScanary
put themselves before others out of entitlement + think about themselves from a place that only they matter since others are not people w their own rights to desires + opinions. Far more sinister than selfishness.
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