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We Can’t Leave a Narcissist Until We Go Through These Five Stages

Via Fairytaleshadows  by Kristen Milstead Narcissists lure.They lure with promises, flattery, lies and sweet words. The mask shifts with each new person in their sights, adjusting to our likes and dislikes, filling in crevices to become whatever seems to be missing and fulfilling our long-lost dreams. What remains the same, however, is that the true nature… Continue reading We Can’t Leave a Narcissist Until We Go Through These Five Stages

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Thank you Christine for acknowledging what Vince did to me was abuse.

After Vince and his family learned of the assault, my concussion, had seen the bruises on my body and learned of his arrest, his sister wrote him to say she knew what a kind person he was and that I must have provoked him.  This is the same sister who initially said she never liked… Continue reading Thank you Christine for acknowledging what Vince did to me was abuse.

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“Sex in my parent’s house” 2012-2013 letter-I AM THE LUCKY ONE!!!!

This is how I was manipulated, over and over and over again.   The books are meaningless horse feces.  Let the next supplier see the feces that pours out of his mouth. There was nothing sacred or special about us or our relationship. This is what he said to my face and completely different things… Continue reading “Sex in my parent’s house” 2012-2013 letter-I AM THE LUCKY ONE!!!!

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The repercussions of a relationship with a Narcissist. — After Narcissistic Abuse

Victims of narcissistic abuse often appear uncertain of themselves, constantly seeking clarification that they haven’t made a mistake or misheard something. Their confidence becomes so low that they have trouble making simple decisions, questioning and re-questioning things. This is a direct result of the psychological abuse used by Narcissists to instill confusion and anxiety in […]… Continue reading The repercussions of a relationship with a Narcissist. — After Narcissistic Abuse

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Why we’re psychologically hardwired to blame the victim

This hit home! I wrote a really long post with all the horrible events I've had to endure, but deleted it because I have learned reacting to their behavior will only hurt me.  Instead, I am going to focus on all those who are supporting me.  Strangers who don't know me, but keep me accountable… Continue reading Why we’re psychologically hardwired to blame the victim