Tag Archives: Narcissism

is there a difference between No Contact and a Narcissistic Silent Treatment?

No Contact is very good advice given to victims of a malignant narcissist or a sociopath. It simply means no contact, of any kind, with the person that has been abusing you. It is a way to eliminate the abuser’s … Continue reading

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Stop Trying

When you become the target of a Narcissistic Smear Campaign, it can be confusing on many levels. There are so many questions you have and the narcissist is counting on you not being able to get any answers. They enjoy … Continue reading

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“how to win against a narcissistic smear campaign”

One of the Search Terms for my blog was this: “how to win against a narcissistic smear campaign” Sometimes I wish I could privately respond to these people searching for answers, but alas, I cannot. So I will write this … Continue reading

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Deflection behavior of the narcissist and How You Can Protect Yourself

  Deflection behavior is when the narcissist blames the victim for their own bad behavior and feels justified in bullying them. A malignant narcissist will even go as far as using the victim’s own self defense against them. Sounds insane, … Continue reading

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when you see the Narcissist’s Mask slip *gasp!*

The first time I saw the narcissist’s mask slip I second guessed myself that it was probably an optical illusion. I ended up cheating myself out of that AHA-Moment of knowing that I have finally mastered the art of seeing … Continue reading

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Tell your side and then forget them

Narcissism is a subject I have written literally thousands of words about. I have written about what it is, how it feels to be abused by them and how to recover and live your best life. I have even published … Continue reading

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Life After the Narcissist

I have been riding the wave of euphoria for about two weeks now after publishing my first book and I am finally settling down and getting back to normal. I have never fancied myself anyone of importance and have no … Continue reading

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do you know a Megalomaniac too?

What is Megalomania? ~from Wikipedia “Megalomania is a psycho-pathological condition characterized by delusional fantasies of wealth, power, or omnipotence. Megalomania is characterized by an inflated sense of self-esteem and overestimation by persons of their powers and beliefs.” Whichever way this … Continue reading

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I am not that girl

There are days I wonder how that girl gets away with it. I watch as she sashays through life sharing tiny morsels of untruths and lies about this friend or that friend. She pretends she’s so unaffected. Feigns surprise with her … Continue reading

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Never been a Cliquer

I just re-read the title of this post and had to grin. When I first had this idea it was back in March of 2015. I visited my blog and made a new post, then saved it as a draft … Continue reading

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