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6 Ways Silent Treatment is Abusive

by on April 16, 2020

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6 comment on 6 Ways Silent Treatment is Abusive

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    I have been married for 22 years, we are separated now,. I need help understanding If I am a victim or abuser or both and likewise, relating to spouse. I become very confused sometimes.

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    Hello, I feel the same way DeAnna. I’ve been married for 21 years and am just opening my eyes and realizing that this is not how I want to live. I’ve been miserable for years feeling it was all my fault. I’ve been watching and listening to videos and am finally going to see a counselor. But what if the counselor is not familiar with narcissistic personality disorder?

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    for 26 years in my marriage, finally divorced. it is like living in prison. he is a projector, a manipulator, gaslighting, covert narcissists person in my life. it is very exhausting and frustrated daily. i have been going to therapist on and off for 3 years. now he used my kids and my families to turn on me like i am crazy and etc. i finally cut off all comm with my kids. they all sounds so scripted and same words that i heard over the many years. i am at peace now without comm.

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