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  1. Even When Narcissists Lose, They Win

    Sociopaths are unable to admit fault, so they blame you for their wrongdoings. Even when they clearly were the ones at fault, they shift it back on you.
  2. Why Narcissists Want to Know If They Hurt You

    To people with Cluster-B disorders, it's very important that you still like them, even if they don't like you. It's all about "winning" the rejection game.
  3. 5 Types of Narcissistic Blame Shifting

    #2 - Minimizing Your Feelings: They call you crazy or sensitive. The blame is no longer on their misbehavior, but instead on your reactions to their misbehavior
  4. The Narcissist & The People Pleaser

    The Narcissist gets their needs met, receiving constant adoration and praise. The People Pleaser feels fulfilled, finally appreciated for their care-taking.
  5. Donations & the PF Non-Profit

    We have decided to formally retire the non-profit, and simply fund the website and awareness campaigns through our ad revenue.
  6. 4 Warning Signs You're Being Gas-Lighted

    Gas-lighters rewrite history, deny reality, and blame you for reacting to their abuse (rather than taking responsibility for their abuse)
  7. Whole Again: A New Book by Jackson MacKenzie

    My goal is to explore how our minds and bodies work to protect us — so we can release old wounds and safely let the love back inside where it belongs.
  8. 3 Steps to Overcome Narcissistic Abuse

    Narcissistic wounds occur when we absorb a shame-based belief about ourselves, often after rejection from a trusted loved one.
  9. How to Heal Rejection, Betrayal, and Abandonment

    Rejection from a trusted loved one often plants a seed of shame that separate us from who we truly are.
  10. Core Shame After Psychological Abuse

    No matter how much we try to reorganize our lives and our surroundings, it's never enough to bring us back to the sense of wholeness that was taken from us.