As far as armchair psychologists go, who better to identify an NPD than someone who lives or works closely with one of these toxic individuals? We see their true faces, the ones most of them would never show a clinician.
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.
Smoke and Mirrors It's quite common for men and women who've been romantically involved with narcissists, psychopaths, and other personality disordered individuals to recall the sex as being phenomenal or even the best they've ever had. Once that's set in your mind, it can be difficult to heal from the emotional abuse inflicted by these … Continue reading 5 Reasons Narcissists Use Sex