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The Reality of Life After NPD Parent(s) 1h
My family used to say I acted extremely immature for my age. However between the insular parental conditioning and my brothers constant molestation throughout my entire childhood, I don’t think anyone could help but be a little developmentally stunted after all of that.
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exst Nov 14
I can be a lizard robot
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Alina Blazquez Nov 8
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Casey Russell Nov 13
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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Connie 16h
If you’ve ever lived with a it’s like constantly walking on eggshells. Sometimes you can guess what has triggered them & other times it can seem to come out of nowhere. Any mistakes you make are ridiculed, it’s never ever their fault, & when they rage you hide.
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Casey Russell Nov 14
After the mask finally falls we spend a lot of time and effort wishing the great “real” person would come back. The reality is it is the opposite. The real person now stands in front of you. The pathological liar, the serial cheater, the degrading person is real.
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Connie 16h
Replying to @conniemleach
You can never win against an . They will always raise the stakes or blow up. Interesting, outsiders find them appealing until they personally get attacked. Kissing up to them & flattering them is only good for the short term. They’re aware of your plan & see you as inferior.
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Todd Simmons 5h
has serious Narcissistic Personality Disorder. In a nutshell: he wouldn’t piss on someone aflame if it didn’t lead to “tremendous ratings” & fake applause by people that Rupert Murdoch brainwashes 4 him so he can raid the cookie jar with his krooked kids. 🤡🦊🇷🇺
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fmbike 17h
Thank you for this. It’s surreal to read these two quotes. I am so glad to be away from the / abuser. Some days I’m still raw, but I’m glad that I’m out and moving on to the best version of me that has ever been. Stronger and wiser and learning to love myself.
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Grammar Police 7h
Replying to @mmdornconsult @tedlieu
He just lies. His mind does not retain info for long: it is trained that way. He remembers things about people, I think. He also holds grudges.
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Randy Todd 6h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
will forever be remembered for his as a reminder to never let someone with this disorder disrupt or corrupt the office of the president again. I hope to God we have learned our lesson. Trump History 101.
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NILE Nov 15
Today is National Philanthropy Day! To recognize the great contributions of philanthropy—and those people active in the philanthropic community—to the enrichment of our world. You can start your good habit by giving to the NILE...
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MoveThroughToThriving Nov 13
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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The Reality of Life After NPD Parent(s) 9h
Some days I feel like I could take on the world, others days I just want to curl up and cry. I see things I wish I could share with my family, things that I know they’d like, but I can’t, not while they’re still under influence. I miss my family, but I don’t miss the hurt.
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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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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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OCBJ 1h
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leaho Nov 13
is present in most alienation, or some similar pathology. The majority of alienators are women, but moms get alienated too. The common goal should be shared custody with no court sanctioned power structure, which is the alienator's weapon. That's gender neutral.
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californiagold Nov 15
Excellent comparison from (In addition: we know from experience that operates within the key parameters of , which includes the use of that when plugged into the original tweet, implores us to assume the opposite as fact)
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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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