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Casey Russell 6h
You do not have to feel sorry for your abuser or wish them kindness out of pity because you’re an empath. Those who sought you out to knowingly use and abuse you do not require your sympathies for you to be a good person. There’s NOTHING wrong with apathy for abusers.
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Lynn 18h
The gift of an is forced maturity and clarity, bc one step off center means pain. They use any edge you have as weapon, and leverage everything against you then mock your weakness . Grow up or be destroyed I was married to one + barely survived. Stronger now.
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Alina Blazquez Nov 8
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Francellabella 23h
I recently discovered my mum has . I spent 18yrs living with a . I was never told that I was loved, wasn’t allowed to join any clubs & my aspirations always crushed. Can transfer from one parent to another? I think my Dad has elements of it but unsure
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ED Berry Nov 6
Survivors Narcissists charm us, trick us, con us, and then abuse us to get what they want - then slither out of our lives after they have gotten it and try to destroy any evidence of what they have actually done! via @ANAAfterNarcAbuseLight_Life_Love
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Balance Psychologies Nov 12
Closure is a healthy part of ending a relationship. You each get to say your peace. You both apologise for any unintentional and/or intentional hurts. You say goodbye, but this isn’t the case if you are in a relationship with someone with :
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AFP Triangle Chapter Nov 12
Outstanding Fundraising Professional: Celebrating commitment to the fundraising profession, knowledge of the industry and leadership. The winner is: MaryBeth Carpenter, MBA, CFRE.
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Jean De La Croix 2h
Though demanding,Hope its sooner Base-Kirambo-Butaro-Kidaho now extremely damaged after had undertaken construction works
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MoveThroughToThriving 11h
Many survivors of may find themselves: Bargaining in their own minds & hearts to try to find a way to 'make it work' or 'make it better'. Survivors are likely NOT ppl who just want to give up. Don't get caught bargaining; is abuse & will get worse.
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Lynn Nov 8
Replying to @KyleClark
It's a test of the trance the uses to control his followers, and to baffle destabilize and exhaust those not in the trance (enemies). This stuff is documented in industrial psych research:
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Herbs & Ingredients 24h
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Liberated Love🧘🏻‍♀️ ॐ Nov 8
Replying to @MSNBC @JoeNBC
Yup. He is classic malignant .
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EmpowerEmpaths 2h
Some people Do. Not. CARE. this.
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Joan Marks 17h
Welcome to the life of being led by a Narcissist! It takes a few gears...and the model of empathic people...to realize that empathy might be a good gear. Ridiculous that we continue to have to "deal" with this psychosis on the Global Stage. Ugh.
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Just Di Nov 10
Replying to @KerriJersey
....say it as it is cos most of the world agrees with you and if they don't they soon will as he is falling apart by the day... a truly despicable person
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Joshua hernandez Nov 7
New Pedal Day. I have been blessed this week from the tone gods/goddesses. Zero booster. As some know I use pedals with internal charge pumps (18v+) to hit the front…
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The Reality of Life After NPD Parent(s) Nov 12
Replying to @NoContactSurviv
Honestly, the more I remember the raw reality of who my mother really was, the easier it is to let her go. I can’t believe I used to cry myself to sleep over her conditional love. She was my mother, yes, but as a greedy selfish person...she isn’t worth the heartache anymore.
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Harris Interactive Financial Services Nov 6
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Things 21h
- "It's like July I was fricking hanging out in bed with you and getting a back rub and f-ing next day f-ing life f-ing just went to the sh*t hole."
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The Reality of Life After NPD Parent(s) Nov 12
Replying to @NoContactSurviv
Pursed her lips every time she looked in a mirror, silent judgmental glances, the cold stare, dismissive hand gestures when she didn’t want us around anymore. My mother was basically the woman in . I didn’t have a mother, I was raised by a narcissistic boss.
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