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Ellie 🌻🦄🦋👽 Jul 18
Unless you’re a survivor of emotional abuse you have no idea what it means to fight daily battles in your head with a person you no longer have contact with! So don’t come to me with the words “you’re overreacting” you know nothing about!!
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caz Jul 13
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Catherine Jul 14
Being unmasked is the narcissist’s worst nightmare. They spin a web of lies so thick that no one even doubts the truth... when you do start doubting them, they will try and destroy you.
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EX-GOP Deb Ruiz Jul 18
my ex's lies. There's so many, I can't figure out if he has EVER told the truth!
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Moon Child 😇🙏 Jul 13
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Dorian Griner Jul 13
Speaking the truth about abuse is very difficult. Couldn't recommend more this video for victims of
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Catherine Jul 14
Not all abuse involves physical violence. Not all abuse leaves bruises. Yet the impact on victims is equally damaging leaving them with PTSD, anxiety, depression and low self-esteem.
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Narcissistic Abuse Rehab Jul 19
“Narcissistic rage is sparked by being unmasked as weak, out of control, and false. It is a snapshot of comprehension of what they spend a lifetime obsessively hiding from.” - Narcwise
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Grace Jul 13
He texted me this morning asking if I added him on Venmo. And “he doesn’t have that app anymore, sorry.” — months of nothing, he ignored me when I miscarried. And now he texts me that?
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Dr. Anne Brown Jul 17
Narcissists don't change because they don't want to change. They want to keep on using and abusing because it gets them the attention they so desperately crave.
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Jodie Salt 16h
You will never break me again You will never hurt me again You will never take from me again You will never lie to me again You will never abuse me again I will never be your victim again. You can be your own victim now. Thank you for the lessons
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Becoming Me Again Jul 16
He said I was just paranoid and delusional. I produced phone records that show him/ her calling one another 10-15 times per day- for several months. Why lie? Why be a coward? Shame and guilt are painful to live with, I guess.
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Being Unnormal Jul 20
Our episode on narcissists is incredible. Tune in now, listen, share, subscribe. It's a powerful message, and a cautionary tale about the impact of
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JeanieThePixieNurse Jul 13
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Devilline Stone 3h
Gaslighting: Doing/ saying things that are hurtful and/or offensive to you, followed by discrediting your thoughts and feelings once you are hurt and/or offended. It is a game to inflate the psychopath's sense of superiority.
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The Mellow Lyfe 19h
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Catherine 7h
For all the women out there who have been through abuse and painful divorces AND soldiered on raising their kids! You deserve all the credit in the world!
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AK_Hevonen 4h
Me, when reading something like: "The darkness with pass, focus on the light!" from some influencer middleclass crybaby again... "Honey, the only darkness you and yours ever saw was when you switch the lights off!"
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Moon Child 😇🙏 22h
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Pearl@WorththeWar Jul 20
We need to remember supporting an abuse victim isn’t a momentary committment. It’s helping them walk away.. but mostly it’s giving them the strength to stay gone when their hearts want to turn around♥️
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