As I’ve stated elsewhere, I am not a licensed mental health professional; therefore, I do not feel comfortable giving personalized advice. However, I will share a few thoughts I had upon reading this question.
In a previous post, I talked about giving some insight into what it was like living with my narcissistic mother-in-law during the time my husband and I had to do so out of necessity. The following is an example taken from one of my personal journal entries from about five years ago.
Anyone who's come out of a long-term toxic romantic relationship knows that a manipulative, vindictive ex can all but ruin your life.
Unfortunately, my husband and I have both lived with, and worked with, some extremely volatile and manipulative people, even after we thought we'd be free of those types for good.
Is there any way we could co-exist with psychopaths peacefully? Could they be integrated into society in such a way that they could only be helpful? Here are a few ideas for how to neutralize them, in order to protect the innocent.
As we start the new year, I was reflecting on my goals for 2019, and that got me thinking about how much can happen in a year.
Here are five unhealthy behaviors that are cause for alarm in the early stages of a relationship.