Processing Pain Is Necessary In Order To Heal From Narcissistic Abuse

Quora Answers: May I Ask Your Advice? I’m Having A Really Bad Time After Being Discarded By My Narcissist Ex, And I Just Now Realized He’s A Narcissist. First and foremost, have mercy on yourself. Understand that you are not to blame for being conned by a narcissist. So many people who have never been entwined in a narcissist’s web of lies falsely believe that it wouldn’t happen to them. They are dead wrong. It can happen to anybody. Prepare yourself mentally for pain. Think about what you’re going to go through on your path to recovery in the same … Continue reading Processing Pain Is Necessary In Order To Heal From Narcissistic Abuse

How Good Are INFJ’s At Spotting When Someone Is Lying?

As a younger INFJ, I would get a feeling in the pit of my stomach sometimes when I was with other people. A feeling that’s hard to describe. I knew that it made me feel uneasy all of a sudden. But I didn’t know why. As I matured and became self-aware, I learned to recognize that feeling as my INFJ Radar, telling me that someone is lying. And it is extremely accurate. I may not immediately know why someone is lying, although that will readily become apparent. But I know they’re being deceptive in some way. Whether I acknowledge that … Continue reading How Good Are INFJ’s At Spotting When Someone Is Lying?

Quora Answers: The Malignant Narcissist And Cluster-B Disorders

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

A Global Partnership To Help Victims Of Narcissistic Abuse

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

Quora Answers: Coping After Narcissistic Abuse

How Do You Deal With Your Anger And Rage At Your Narcissist Ex For All The Destruction And Heartache He Caused? With as many creative, and ever-evolving, coping mechanisms as my frustrated brain can come up with. What works splendidly one day may not do shit the next time I need it. There’s really no way to know in advance what will bring me comfort. And what will just piss me off even more. Recovering from Narcissistic Abuse is a fickle process. Half the time, when I’m in a pit of despair, I don’t even know why. I’ll have no … Continue reading Quora Answers: Coping After Narcissistic Abuse

Quora Answers: Baffling Facts About Healing From Narcissistic Abuse

Why Am I Suddenly Depressed Even Though It’s Been 3 Months Since I Went No Contact From My Narcissist Ex? Most survivors agree that it takes an average of twelve to eighteen months after the end of a psychopathic, or narcissistic, relationship to begin to feel normal again. Even then, there will be days when a survivor feels depressed, angry, or sad, without fully understanding why. There are many reasons why this happens. A lot depends on the length of the relationship and the degree of abuse the victim suffered. Another factor is the individual survivor’s commitment to self-healing. And … Continue reading Quora Answers: Baffling Facts About Healing From Narcissistic Abuse

Serena’s Site Rules For Visitors

I’m not really a big fan of rules, but I feel like I better at least have some basic guidelines for this site. That way anybody who stops by will have an idea of what they’re getting into.” 🌹Serena Prince🌹 Posh Ambassador, Quora Author, 💋Cool-Ass Chick 💋 **Please Note We’ve Updated Our Site Rules, Effective 1/28/2020. Review Changes In Order To Remain Compliant. Due to my twisted sense of humor and love of laughing my ass off, I often post content that may be offensive to people who have a stick up their ass. If you happen to be one … Continue reading Serena’s Site Rules For Visitors

Narcissists And Serial Infidelity Go Hand In Hand

Quora Answers: Is It Possible For A Very Sexually Active Narcissist To Go Into A Monogamous Relationship If He Has E.D.? As crazy as it sounds, probably not. My former business partner was a covert narcissist, and at 80 years old, complained regularly about having E.D. He still chased women shamelessly, even though his long-suffering wife was an amazing woman. Shortly before he died, he made me his power of attorney, and I handled all of his business and personal finances. No less than five young women contacted me to ask for money. He had been taking care of all … Continue reading Narcissists And Serial Infidelity Go Hand In Hand

Quora Answers: Is Some Narcissistic Supply Better Than Others?

Is The Fuel Derived From Married Or Committed Targets More Satisfying To A Narcissist? Sometimes it is, depending on the situation. For the most part, a narcissist doesn’t care one way or another about a target’s relationship status. A target is a target, married or not. However, narcissists love a challenge and love to cause misery for other people. If a target is in a relationship with a person the narcissist perceives as having wronged them, their satisfaction will be increased considerably. The thrill of revenge, along with the excitement of the chase, will make the fuel especially rewarding to … Continue reading Quora Answers: Is Some Narcissistic Supply Better Than Others?

Quora Answers: Does A Narcissist Become Cold After Sleeping With A Woman?

In actuality, a narcissist is cold before, during, and after sleeping with a woman. They just act like they’re not while they’re trying to reel you in. Once they achieve that goal, they fluctuate between hot and cold to confuse you and keep you guessing. Narcissists are very skilled actors who can convince you that they’re sincere, loving, and that they feel a strong connection to you. During sex, they’ll look deeply into your eyes and whisper all the words you want to hear. You’ll believe those words and think the incredible sex is strengthening an amazing bond. Afterwards, you’re … Continue reading Quora Answers: Does A Narcissist Become Cold After Sleeping With A Woman?

Quora Answers: The Subtypes Of Narcissists

What Are The Different Types Of NPD? When I Read About This, It Seems My Ex, Who Was Clinically Diagnosed, Has A Dash Over All Types In The Mix. People with Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) are distinguished by which type of narcissism they have, based on their actions. Although those with the disorder don’t necessarily fit into just one category, there are three subtypes: Exhibitionist – also referred to as Somatic; Closet – also referred to as Covert; and Toxic – also referred to as Malignant. Narcissism exists on a spectrum; therefore, each individual’s symptoms will have different levels of … Continue reading Quora Answers: The Subtypes Of Narcissists

Narcissists And Parental Alienation

Quora Answers: Why Do Narcissists Introduce Your Children To Their New Pursuits So Quickly? What Is The Motivation For Them Behind This? Narcissists are always motivated to create drama and chaos with the intention of causing you as much misery as possible. How better to do it than through your children? Ultimately, they want to subject you to the misery of parental alienation. They may tell the kids you don’t love them anymore or that you wish they had never been born. They’ll tell despicable lies as examples of your bad behavior. They’ll encourage resentment, doubts, and negative thinking in … Continue reading Narcissists And Parental Alienation

What’s It Like For An INFJ In A Long-Term Narcissistic Relationship?

It’s an emotional torture chamber that gradually destroys your spirit, erodes your confidence, and undermines all hope of escaping. In order to survive, you begin playing a mental chess game against the Narcissist who’s holding you captive. The odds seem stacked against you. After all, you’re a Novice and he’s the Chess Master. For a long time, he amuses himself by playing a cat-and-mouse game with you. His confidence soars every time he watches you cower in defeat. But you’re an INFJ. So you watch him, and you learn to play his evil game. It’s not what you want to … Continue reading What’s It Like For An INFJ In A Long-Term Narcissistic Relationship?

What’s It Like To Be The Child Of An INFJ?

Today my son told me that I’m weird. I was already aware of his opinion so it came as no surprise. I can’t say I disagree with him, either. I’ve always known I’m not like other people. The biggest reason for that is probably because of my MBTI Personality Type. I’m an INFJ, which is an acronym for Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging. It’s pretty rare and accounts for only about 1-2% of the population. My son is different too, but not for the same reason. Colton is fifteen. He’s also autistic with a genius I.Q. Ask him a question about … Continue reading What’s It Like To Be The Child Of An INFJ?

Money: A Narcissist’s True Love

Quora Answers: Did you find that your narcissistic ex was a hoarder of money? Did you feel like it could never be enough money for them? Oh yeah, my Malignant Narcissist ex-husband definitely was a hoarder of money. He stashed his own money, along with as much of mine as he could pilfer. And no, it was never enough. He so loved money that he was willing to kill me over it. In an eerily calm voice, he told me as much one morning. For two of the previous weeks, he’d been demanding almost $20,000 from me. That particular day … Continue reading Money: A Narcissist’s True Love