Personality Disorders

The Narcissistic Cycle of Abuse Among Siblings

by on May 29, 2018

As sisters, Nicole and Sofi grew up in a two-parent, middle class family. From the outside looking in, things appeared normal and healthy. But for Sofi, life was very difficult. Her sister bullied her, stole prized possessions, would lie and blame Sofi for things that went wrong, physically hit her, and destroyed some of Sofi’s… (more…)

10 Signs of a Passive-Aggressive Person

by on May 29, 2018

  Tess was immediately annoyed in the presence of her manager and she couldn’t understand why. She normally got along with a wide-range of personalities, had no issue with authority, and was generally well-liked by most. But for some reason, every time she saw her manager, she wanted to run in the opposite direction. Their… (more…)

30 Reasons Why People Lie

by on May 29, 2018

Rebecca is a middle school English teacher. Previously she worked in a local public school but was frustrated by number of daily lies from her students. Thinking the private school environment would be better, she switched. But what she found was even more creative lies that her students would tell her. One day she decided… (more…)

The Silent Treatment: The Subtle Art of Abuse

by on May 29, 2018

Margo knew she messed up but she wasn’t sure how. Her husband’s complete silence towards her over the last few days was a signal that she made some sort of mistake. The problem was, according to him, she made daily errors in judgement, so she was completely in the dark. Did she drink too much… (more…)

How the Narcissistic Trauma Bond Ensnares

by on May 29, 2018

Katrina couldn’t believe how her friend was treating her husband at dinner. She was demanding, controlling, domineering, belittling, unrelenting, sarcastic, and unnecessarily rude. For some time now, Katrina suspected that her friend was narcissistic and after the evening they spent together, she was even more convinced. Feeling bad for her friend’s husband, she gently confronted… (more…)

How a Narcissist Treats a Chronically Ill Spouse

by on May 29, 2018

Kathy woke-up startled to hear her phone ring so at 5am. She was in her second semester of college and was busy with school and work. It was her narcissistic dad calling her, which he hadn’t done since she left home, so she was immediately on high alert. He skipped any niceties and immediately started… (more…)

13 Tips When Dealing with Difficult People

by on May 29, 2018

  Kim wished she could live on an island away from the constant badgering of difficult people in her life. Her grandmother would call her daily to disseminate the latest gossip on her family. Her brother was constantly comparing her success to his even though they did not share the same profession. Her boss was… (more…)

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