The relationship duo between borderlines and narcissists tends to be more common than we think. There is no true way to get a good picture of how many relationships span this dynamic, as many borderlines and narcissists go undiagnosed or undetected. Most narcissists don't have the intuition, knowledge of their condition, or interest in their inner world to pursue why they are the way they are. It is unlikely that they would seek treatment because of their overinflated egos...
"Fair, true, utilitarian"
Many of my readers and listeners come to me wanting to learn more and more about narcissists, abusers, batterers, and trauma bonding that occurs (and the woman's inability to leave the toxic relationship even when she has knowledge that it is toxic). The purpose of this audiobook is to uncover the overt and covert tools that are used by narcissists, abuser, and batterers to control, cause dependency, and form trauma bonds with people whom they want to keep in their lives to feed their own egos.
"Do not recommend...."
If you have downloaded this audiobook, it is likely that you are struggling to cope with a parent who is difficult. I have dealt with my share of difficult people, as well as the difficult people who my readers and listeners often seek my advice on. I hope that the knowledge that we have collected over the past four decades will help you with the difficult person in your life, and will hopefully encourage the difficult relationship toward some sort of sanity and peace.
The Winchester witches are all about love and family - and, well, snark and sarcasm - and no one knows that better than the family members themselves, plus the people who love them. Follow Clove, Thistle, Landon, Winnie, and Aunt Tillie as they share their lives - and innermost thoughts - through a series of short novellas that take you from the present, to the past, and then back again.
Narcissistic and toxic mothers are often injured in their childhoods by their own stunted emotional development. In order to fully develop into a healthy adult, we need a very nurturing and emotionally validating environment. Toxic and narcissistic mothers often grow up without that nurturing. They have jumped through hoops and tailored themselves to others around them. They have been invited to be a part of mind games, lies, and manipulation. They may have been told repeatedly that they weren't wanted.
"Just what it says"
Do you know the seven main chakras and how they can heal your life? I hope that this book will help you to live longer and discover the biggest mysteries of the universe. You will be amazed to see that there is a unique and intriguing connection between the human body, nature, and the universe, and I hope that this book will reveal some truths that can help you to live a healthier life.
"Too much affirmation that her book will change my life."
It's the summer of 2002, and Winnie Winchester is a normal mother. She has the same highs, lows, and fears as any other mother of a 14-year-old girl. Of course, since she's a witch - and her daughter can talk to ghosts - those fears are amplified to an unnatural degree. When camp counselor Donna Wilder goes missing, Winnie volunteers her services (and those of her sisters and persnickety aunt) so the Winchester witches can take over the extended weekend camp.
"Love Love Love"
Bounty enforcer, Narah Adrienne, has been served her sentence in the form of three lashes to be meted by a corrupt Magistrate. She's unable to acquire her target as instructed, while strange health issues force Narah to seek help in the dangerous medical underground. They might have answers–for a price. Vampire Turner Aeslin knows what ails her and is the only one who can save Narah by turning her into the vampire she is destined to be. Violent circumstances introduced them, and Narah knows that there are threats even worse than the criminals she pursues.
"Good Book, Too bad it is so short"
The narcissist is a character in his own story. He employs the tactic of foreshadowing throughout his storytelling. He is omnipresent and omnipotent. He detests and resents anyone who paints the story for him, and thus he seeks to tell the story even in advance of itself. He wants to be the director, the storyteller, the adversary, and the hero. He narrates his life and his intentions so that he doesn't feel as though anyone else has a say over what will happen to him.
"One more munipulation tool you must learn about."
Your man is just as confused as you as to why he is cheating. I am here to tell you that there is another reason your man cheated. It has a lot less to do with how you were treating him and a lot more to do with others things that were in his life a long time before you came along. It has to do with his upbringing and his caregivers, but not in the way that you think it does. In this audiobook I am going to cover the real reason that your man cheated.
In this audiobook, I hope to help you discover more information about schizoid personality disorder, its causes, and where you (or your friend) fall on the broad schizoid spectrum. We'll discuss different reasons that a person might have become schizoid and/or OCPD, including differences in the brain, head injury causes, and the different types of parenting in infancy that might have caused the disorder.
OCPD is the abbreviation for a group of mental symptoms that are collectively called obsessive compulsive personality disorder. Many people confuse OCPD with OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder). People can have both; however, OCPD is a pervasive condition that affects the person's entire life and all interactions. A person with OCPD may justify their rigidity and inflexibility using the morals and values their family instilled in them.
In this guide, we will look at and learn about how we can remove items, thoughts, and general junk from our lives in order to lead a more fulfilling life and realize our true potential without unnecessary distractions. It's no coincidence that many of the world's most successful people have adopted a minimalist mindset and lifestyle in order to shut out the noise that holds many people back in the 21st century.
There are many women who are attracted to narcissistic, perfectionistic, self-absorbed men. Many of us continue to wonder why we fall for these guys time and time again. We will cover the various reasons below, and then give you tips to help you grow out of your need to continue relationships that are unfulfilling.
Brimming with insider knowledge, helpful tips, and recommendations to off-the-beaten-path attractions, this travel guide helps you discern the good from the bad and the worthy from the overrated. From sightseeing to shopping, clubbing, and, of course, feasting like a true local, let the author guide you through the overwhelming maze of options this magical city has to offer.
Many people wonder why women who are verbally, emotionally, physically, and sexually abused by their partners are still hanging onto the relationship. These women can end up in a hospital fighting for their lives. They can get their children taken away due to exposing them to an abusive male. They can lose all of their relationships, money, and dignity in this relationship, but still they come back to their abuser.
"It helped me not feel so crazy"
Narah Adrienne is a bounty enforcer in the near future. She runs the seedy side of her game, capturing criminals too dangerous for the local law enforcement. Using unorthodox methods, she finds herself in the crosshairs of the Magistrate for too many allowable kills for the quarter. And her head hurts like hell. Aeslin is part of an elite vampire squad of Turners. A rare sect of vampire scouts who possess the ability to find women with enough undead blood to be turned into full vampire.
Stop your BPD for good! Stop wasting money on drugs or therapy. Stop experiencing failed relationships and crippling depression. Once you understand the source of your BPD, you can fight this disorder and be normal again!
This audiobook hopes to fill the gap for those readers and listeners who are seeking to fine tune their relationships or to improve an abusive or emotionally volatile relationship. We discuss NPD and BPD as they pertain to a heterosexual relationship, but the same rules apply if the roles are reversed and in a homosexual relationship. We hope to give new light to those who are choosing to stay in the relationship but want better ways to interact with their partner to make the relationship work.
You want to feel needed and loved, but you don't know why he is treating you this way. He used to be romantic, maybe even sending flowers and staying up talking to you on the phone all night long. Now you can't seem to drag his attention away from other things. Is it something you did?