August 2020

5 Mistakes To Avoid When Divorcing A Narcissist

Divorcing a narcissist can feel like you’re waging a never-ending battle. Your ex’s aggressive, manipulative behavior may wear you down emotionally so that you react impulsively and make important decisions without thinking clearly. Knowing the common mistakes people make when divorcing a narcissist can help you avoid pitfalls and navigate the marital dissolution process as smoothly […]

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Ultimate guide to Personality Disorders

This ultimate guide explains personality disorders, including possible causes and how you can access treatment and support. Includes tips for helping yourself and guidance for friends and family. What are personality disorders? Our personality is the collection of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that makes each of us the individuals we are. We don’t always think,

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Traits of the White Knight Narcissist: Black Knight Syndrome

Narcissism is a personality trait characterized by an inflated sense of self-importance, a constant need for admiration, and a lack of empathy. While many are familiar with the classic narcissist, there exists a subtler yet equally problematic variant – the White Knight Narcissist. “White Knight Narcissist” is a term for someone with a Narcissistic Personality

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Common personality disorders in children of narcissistic parents

The children of Narcissistic parents who develop personality disorders (and not all do) generally become either Narcissistic or Schizoid. A few develop Borderline Personality Disorder. A lot depends on how abusive the parents are and whether they share their Narcissistic supplies with their children or only devalue and abuse them. In my experience, here are

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Understanding Why PTSD Victims Isolate Themselves And How To Help

People who suffer with PTSD often isolate themselves.  The way family, friends, co-workers and strangers respond to their behaviors can contribute to further seclusion. Trauma victims turn down offers to socialize for a variety of reasons. Mostly, they are emotionally and physically exhausted. Just about everything seems annoying and frustrating. Rejection can become frustrating and

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