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August, 2018

 

11 behaviors which are typical of an authentic empath

(1) They are extremely sensitive: One of the predominant traits of an empath is sensitivity. They can’t see anyone in pain. They feel a person’s suffering as if it’s your own. In this situation, they will try their best to lessen the pain. (2) They are highly intuitive: They can sense positive and negative vibes in people. While talking to people, they will figure out their negative intentions even if they don’t spell it all. The empath can easily track their thought processes without giving them a single inkling aboutRead More


11 Warning Signs A Narcissist Is Emotionally Abusing You

Narcissistic abuse is one of the hardest forms of abuse in a relationship, be that emotional or otherwise. If you’re unable to recognize the signs that you’re emotionally abused by a narcissist, this can have a highly negative impact on your confidence, self-esteem, and self – worth. I’m sure you’ve already met someone who is a narcissist and you know how exhausting and frustrating they are. A narcissist is a type of person who only cares for themselves and has no regard for other people’s feelings and opinions. The only thing theyRead More


11 Warning Signs A Narcissist Is Emotionally Abusing You

5. They manipulate you through their charm. Narcissists posses great acting skills. To make you like them and because they know no one would accept their selfish behavior, they put on a charming face and pretend to be the kindest, loveliest, and friendliest people you’ve ever met. But, once you like them, they no longer bother to show interest in and respect for you and your feelings because they know they already have control over you. 6. You frequently battle feeling ignored and invisible. This is not unusual at all,Read More


Divorcing a Narcissist

Is there a narcissist in your life? Many people exhibit some narcissistic qualities, but full-blown narcissistic personality disorder afflicts about 8 percent of men and about 5 percent of women. While it’s tough to be married to a narcissist, it’s even tougher to divorce one. And that’s where the family therapist Karyl McBride comes in. She has written a guide for people trying to extract themselves from narcissistic relationships. Her book, “Will I Ever Be Free of You? How to Navigate a High-Conflict Divorce from a Narcissist and Heal YourRead More


Divorcing a Narcissist

Q. Are there red flags to help someone avoid being involved with a narcissist? A. It’s difficult. I always tell people to date for a long period of time anyway because these traits don’t come out until later. Some of the things to watch for are, does this person really want to know about you as a person? Do they really want to become involved in your life and your activities, your family and your friends? Or is it all about them and their world? I think you can beginRead More


Why the Narcissist Seems to Hate You, But Won’t Let You Go

Being the target of narcissistic hatred is the most confusing experience you’ll have in your life.  It’s wrought with ironies, opposites, and sleight of hand. Just when you think you’ve come out of the nightmare, you wake up in the middle of another one and there doesn’t seem to be any relief in sight. It’s absolutely soul-shattering to give your all to the narcissist and feel like you’ve finally made some progress in getting through to them, only for them to smack you down with the most hateful, scathing episodeRead More


Why the Narcissist Seems to Hate You, But Won’t Let You Go

The Sad Truth About Narcissistic Hatred The reason you’ve found yourself the target of narcissistic hatred is that they view love as a weakness and consequently, it repulses them. But, at the same time, it allows them to extract copious amounts of narcissistic supply. This is why they seem to hate you but won’t let you go easily. The narcissist views you as a feeble underling; one which provides them with wonderful supply.  So, though they couldn’t care less about you as a person, they don’t want to give up theRead More


Narcissists Just Hate Seeing Others Happy And Here Are 7 Psychological Reasons For This

What defines narcissism? “Narcissists have poor self-esteem, but they are typically very successful. They feel entitled; they’re self-important; they crave admiration and lack empathy. They are also exploitative and envious. The malignant types never forget a slight. They may kill you ten years later for cutting them off in traffic. But they act perfectly normal while plotting their revenge.” — Janet M. Tavakoli Being a narcissist means that this person is selfish, arrogant, and needs admiration from the rest of the world. Unfortunately, most people who have narcissistic personalities don’tRead More


Narcissists Just Hate Seeing Others Happy And Here Are 7 Psychological Reasons For This

5. Narcissists think they are the only good and worthy people. They believe that others are undeserving of success and happiness. Not only that, if someone else different than them is doing well and is succeeding, then the narcissist could feel they are in danger. The reason is that narcissists have a strong psychological need always to compare themselves to others. And when they do, they could only see things in black and white. Either they are the best, or they are losers. And a narcissist would never accept toRead More


23 Signs You’re Secretly a Narcissist Masquerading as a Sensitive Introvert

  Are You a Covert Narcissist? By this point, you’re probably wondering if you’re secretly a hypersensitive covert narcissist masquerading as a sensitive introvert. Without further ado, here are 23 items that will allow you to gain greater insight into your personality. In a recent study conducted on a group of 420 undergraduates, Jonathan Cheek and colleagues found that higher scorers on this “Maladaptive Covert Narcissism Scale” tended to also score higher on tests of entitlement, shame, and neuroticism, and tended to display lower levels of self esteem, extraversion, agreeableness, and conscientiousness.Read More