Why Do Narcissistic Mates Set Out To Destroy Holidays And Birthdays? My BD Is Tomorrow And My Narc Started An Argument Yesterday So He Can Give Me The Silent Treatment On My Birthday. It’s a form of covert sabotage. His goal is to ruin your happiness and keep the attention on himself. Narcissists are very jealous. For example, you have to attend a work event because you’re getting an award. The narcissist may hide your car keys, or “accidentally” spill a drink on your thank-you speech. Anything to wreak havoc on your joy. If you’re looking forward to seeing your … Continue reading Quora Answers: Narcissists, Holidays, And Covert Sabotage
Has Anyone Ever Had A Suspected Narcissist Call The Police On Them? Oh yeah. He also convinced them that I was trying to hire a hit man to have him killed, which spawned an investigation that lasted for months. The first few times my Malignant Narcissist ex-husband called the police, I was stunned at the way I was treated. The lies he told were ludicrous. The fact that the cops believed him was incomprehensible. I was bruised and bleeding, the house was destroyed, and our son told the deputies the truth. Yet, the police called me crazy, accused me of … Continue reading Quora Answers: Narcissists, Flying Monkeys, And Projection
My good friend, Lee Miller, is a fellow Quora Author and Survivor of Narcissistic Abuse who has written a book that every victim needs to read. There’s no part about Dating Harley Quinn that I don’t recommend. After finding himself on the brink of suicide following his relationship with a female narcissist, Lee managed to claw his way back from hell. His wisdom and insights are priceless for those in similar situations. I know. I’m speaking from firsthand experience. On many occasions, Lee guided me back from the depths of despair when I was lost with no direction. I can … Continue reading “Dating Harley Quinn” Is A Must-Read For Victims Of Narcissistic Abuse
I sent my book to Readers Favorite last week and asked for a review. Since they receive so many requests, I wasn’t sure if it would even be picked. They specifically tell you that not every book gets reviewed. Those that do sometimes have to wait three months. Imagine my surprise when I woke up this morning to a message saying my review was complete. Naturally, I had to post it here (and every other place I could think of). 😂😂 I’m also excited to announce new locations where my book is available. Aside from Amazon and Apple Books, it’s … Continue reading Review Of “What You Need To Know About Narcissists” By Readers Favorite
Are Malignant Narcissists Considered To Be Neurotypicals? Oh Lord, no. No. No. Definitely not!! There’s nothing neurotypical about a Malignant Narcissist. A neurotypical is someone who doesn’t have Narcissistic Personality Disorder. To be more precise, it’s someone who doesn’t display any atypical neurological patterns of thought or behavior. A Malignant Narcissist is the absolute worst type of creature you can imagine. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM, doesn’t recognize it as a formal disorder. But anybody who has met one will tell you to avoid them at all costs. In my non-clinical opinion, they’re the most … Continue reading Quora Answers: The Malignant Narcissist And Cluster-B Disorders
As an Advocate and Survivor of Narcissistic Abuse, I’m well aware that the justice system is failing victims miserably. After enduring extreme abuse at the hands of Narcissists, victims who seek help are further traumatized by law enforcement, medical professionals, and the court system. All too often, victims are forced to continue to live with their abusers; despite their pleas for assistance. When victims don’t have financial resources to get out of their situations, they seek assistance from those sworn to protect and serve. It’s a devastating blow to find out there’s no help available. Sure, there are shelters for … Continue reading A Global Partnership To Help Victims Of Narcissistic Abuse
Is It Better To Ignore The Narcissist Or Use The Gray Rock Method? Or Is That Essentially The Same Thing? If your intention is to heal from the emotional abuse you suffered at the hands of a narcissist, the absolute most effective method is No Contact. Going completely without any communication or interaction is the only way you’ll ever successfully recover. If you share a child with a narcissist, it may be more difficult to be 100% incommunicado due to custody issues. However, if the narcissist is abusive or apathetic to the child, grab your baby and make your escape. … Continue reading Quora Answers: Gray Rock Or No Contact?
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