When I first began looking for help for our marriage, most were quick to judge our problems as either my or Steve's fault. Although I had been advised that Steve had the symptoms of
Ending the put downs and verbal abuse in my marriage was one of the toughest challenges I have ever faced. If this is a problem you are facing in your marriage, check out the article . . .
Frankly I am tired of people saying ‘a little bit of narcissism is healthy’ when the truth is healthy and unhealthy narcissism are two completely different outlooks on life.
This may shock you (coming from me) but today I am going to help you find your dream lover. They are just waiting to have the perfect life long affair with you - beginning today in real life! But first I want to ask you a question, and share a little story ...
You and your partner have had a big fight. Nasty things have been said, plans have been spoiled and emotionally both of you are in pain and turmoil.You feel desperate to see your partner again and hear them apologize for all the nasty things they have said and done.
The methods good people use to stand up for themselves in this world, is something I believe we should always be ready to improve in ourselves." I have unfortunately had to work on this in our home again recently with Steve,
How do I not let a narcissist affect me? This Quora article has recently been discussed at length in our private members area. Following are a few thoughts along with a bit of an update of what has been happening in our lives.
For both women and men, whether possessing narcissistic or codependent traits, resentment and emotional manipulation are common signs of immaturity.
The Man Who Won't Commit Emotionally (or whose eyes keep straying) Revised and republished from The Narcissism Daily Mirror women's tendencies are to want to pull this guy's emotional profile apart and try and figure out what makes him tick,…
Criminology & Child Abuse - For over 30 years society's interest in criminology has focused almost solely on psychopaths . . .