Five Powerful Ways Abusive Narcissists Get Inside Your Head by Shahida Arabi In popular culture, the term “narcissistic” is thrown about quite loosely, usually referring to
We’ve all heard the phrase, “A real man (or woman) can never be stolen.” While that may be true, that doesn’t mean partner poachers won’t
These powerful comebacks can be used as affirmations or as responses to shut down gaslighting conversations before you exit.
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“Intermittent reinforcement. One of the most powerful ways narcissistic individuals create trauma bonds is through intermittent reinforcement. This is when they subject you to hot-and-cold
“For a long time, it has been implied that being in a romantic relationship with a narcissist could potentially cause post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms. However,
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Are you experiencing countering by a narcissist? Here are five signs of this abusive tactic.
This article was originally published on Psych Central on June 19, 2020. One of the most common misconceptions people have about narcissism is the idea
By Shahida Arabi, MA We all want to know how to become “immune” to toxic or narcissistic people – the types who lack empathy, have
Written by Shahida Arabi, M.A. If you work or have worked in a traditional corporate environment, chances are you’ve run into a narcissistic or psychopathic
Written by Shahida Arabi, M.A. As an author and researcher who has corresponded with thousands of survivors of narcissistic partners, I have heard horror stories
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Written by Shahida Arabi, M.A. Adult children of narcissistic parents grow up without support or empathy from their primary caregivers. This leads to a variety