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  1. Healing Complex PTSD after Emotional Wounding

    There is hope & relief for those who have survived a toxic relationship, betrayal, infidelity, silent treatment, manipulation, and gas-lightning.
  2. How Narcissists Use Money to Manipulate

    You may begin to worry that you can't survive without this person, or that your finances have been irreparably damaged.
  3. Self Care After Trauma and Emotional Abuse

    Intuition can be difficult for abuse survivors, because we have learned to doubt our inner voice. How can we regain this invaluable tool?
  4. Do You Know a Psychopath?

    Psychopaths are cunning charmers and master manipulators, to the point where you start to accept the most extreme behaviors as normal... Even if it hurts you.
  5. 5 Signs of Borderline Personality Disorder

    While narcissists primarily want praise and adoration, people with BPD tend to be more drawn to sympathetic and romantic attention
  6. Warning Signs of Subtle Abuse and Manipulation

    Subtle Abusers are experts at twisting things around so everything is your fault. They do not take responsibility for themselves, they are always the victim.
  7. When Narcissists Apologize, When You Forgive

    Partners of Cluster-B individuals often wonder if they'll ever receive an apology. The answer is: you might, but it won't be genuine.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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