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welcome to the forum, introduce yourself :)

Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:15 am by Richard Grannon

hey guys, welcome

Has anyone here heard of TheLastPsychiatrists definition of narcissism?

Wed Jan 25, 2017 12:09 am by alakba

The general take on narcissism is that it is a personality disorder characterized by a lack of empathy and a need for narcissist validation. Narcissists are grandiose, vain, and have a strong sense of entitlement.

Most people we meet do not fit the criteria for narcissism.

There was a psychiatrist/blogger who went by the pseudonym "alone" who wrote of a different more pervasive form …

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babies and children as a simple example of human behaviour to better understand adult behaviour

Mon Jan 23, 2017 5:00 pm by jenny4


(this used to be called no context=babies) ..and may not be for everybody. (in case it is of interest to someone..)

What if ...

babies are wired up to belong to a clan.
babies environments have changed more than their brains have evolved.

older babies and young children run through childlike versions of 'cluster b' traits as they find their coping strategies for stress and traumas to manage …

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Totem pole

Sat Jan 28, 2017 1:00 pm by KatC

I was in a 22 year relationship with a narcissist (not understanding his behavior until I learned about narcissism).  One of his tactics was to use the child version of a persons name whenever possible.  For example:  His boss's first name is Tim, but every single time he used his name, including to the mans face, he would call him Timmy.  The effect this has is a subtle way of knocking the …

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When Abuser dies.

Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:15 pm by Bee

I escaped a psychopath 10 years ago. I went into hiding with no contact. He quickly replaced me but I stayed away as he tried to contact me when she left him. She went back and stayed with him but I couldn't risk coming back to my hometown because I couldn't guarantee my safety. Eighteen months ago he died. I felt nothing for him but sheer joy that I could come home. Since coming home I've been …

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I had to quit my job because I was experiencing way too much emotional instability

Mon Jan 16, 2017 7:12 pm by trueself1

I had quit the haircutting job before and I'm pretty sure it was because of complex PTSD or borderline personality disorder.
I tried it again after learning more about all this stuff thinking I would be better at coping on the job, but I just wasn't able.
It sucked, because I watched the other stylists be able to eazily get through the day and not appear to struggle at all like
I was and …

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Hello from Australia

Wed Jan 11, 2017 3:51 pm by jmh

I really just wanted to send a quick email thanking Richard and Leyla for the Discipline course.  [Sending a quick email doesn't seem possible and I am not on Facebook so here I am]. Anyway, thanks!!

I have been doing the course everyday for a few weeks (with daily mediation, yoga, at least a half hour walk daily and various motivational videos thrown in) and I was sitting tonight realising that I have accomplished a couple of important things in the last couple of weeks that …

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I am abusing my narcissist and don't know my boundaries

Wed Sep 07, 2016 9:30 am by ddickson

I have been in a 30 year relationship with a narcissist and we are going through a divorce. I served divorce papers in February and in June left for the third and final time, getting my own apartment and I love it. My husband has been living in the house my parents built and I've lived in nearly my whole life. He is living there alone and paying bills. He wants me to sell the house and split the …

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Lately been getting strange nightmares where I will be completely paralyzed for like a minute

Tue Jan 10, 2017 2:31 pm by trueself1

This is an occurance that happens a few times a week. The first one I made a point to remember was especially terrifying. It felt like something or somebody was trying to kiss me or suck the life out of me and I could not move. I was trying to fight it off but I was
completely paralyzed but trying like crazy to get myself to come out of it. Then suddenly I wake up and realize that it
was just a …

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