No love. No emotions. Just nothing.

Written by: After Narcissistic Abuse - There is Light, Life & Love Narcissists switch their fake emotions, empathy, love, care, respect, friendship, off and on in like a light switch. BUT in reality they are perpetually in that 'off' position because they are nothing but an empty shell devoid of life! I could write out … Continue reading No love. No emotions. Just nothing.

TIPS ON HOW TO FAST TRACK HEALING YOUR BRAIN AND YOUR LIFE.

By Corinna Kennedy, from the Question: How did you get closure and find peace after the relationship with your ex with NPD ended? I went strictly no contact, but my lingering anger is from not having a voice to confront him about his covert abuse (for my sake, not his). My closure is knowing the why … Continue reading TIPS ON HOW TO FAST TRACK HEALING YOUR BRAIN AND YOUR LIFE.

Do we have to forgive our abuser?

I’m not sure if forgiveness is the healthiest option in some cases, or at least at some stages in our recovery. I’ve had to forgive some pretty egregious behaviors in my life for many reasons, like peace of mind and having to be able to interact with the person again. But the experience with my … Continue reading Do we have to forgive our abuser?

Narcissist parents demonize their own children.

It took me decades to accept the truth about my mother. And it took a very patient therapist to finally say straight out "Your mother was not a good person!". Such was my denial, she told me she used my situation as an example in her class teaching other would-be psychologists. My mother was always … Continue reading Narcissist parents demonize their own children.

Codependency & Victim Blaming: Why Abuse Is Always Wrong

Reblogged article written by: Peace @ Psychopath Free. If you're researching psychopathy, sociopathy, and narcissism, chances are, you've also come across this term called codependency. So what exactly is codependency? From Mental Health America: An exaggerated sense of responsibility for the actions of others A tendency to confuse love and pity, with the tendency to “love” people … Continue reading Codependency & Victim Blaming: Why Abuse Is Always Wrong