Silence Has A Sound

Silence Has A Sound

Narcissistic Abuse
It’s been almost a full 24 hours since I last saw, or heard from, my husband. Where is he? I couldn’t tell you. He doesn’t call, and all the friends that he could be with, don’t respond to my texts inquiring as to his whereabouts. Super awesome. I guess we’re in full blown Silent Treatment, now. (more…)
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Narcissists will FIND a Way to Discard

Narcissistic Abuse
Once I realized my husband had #Narcissistic Personality Disorder, deciding how & when (or sometimes even IF) I should leave the marriage, became one big, long mind-f*ck. Little did I know that, even if I made the decision to leave him, that I would still be subjected to the final stage of the #narcissistic abuse cycle. Narcissists will ALWAYS find a way to discard you. Their ego can't handle not being the one to "end it". Truthfully, I guess I'm pretty glad I didn't know this, at the time. It would have just made things even more confused...and that was not a good thing. I mean, I had vowed to that man, before God, that I would love, honor & cherish him- in sickness & in health, through good times & bad-…
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They Call It ‘Soul Rape’

Narcissistic Abuse
“#Narcissistic Abuse is truly a form of soul defilement” , writes Christine Louis de Canonville, in her book, The Three Faces of Evil: Unmasking the Full Spectrum of Narcissistic Abuse. If you've ever been the victim of narcissistic abuse, then that statement will resonate deeply with you. Why? Because it is absolutely, positively, and 100% without the slightest exaggeration, TRUE. "When a victim is enmeshed with a narcissist, especially if this began in childhood, the individual learns to give their attention, affection or emotional support to their abuser above all else; in time  they begin to lose [their] sense of self.  It appears that the victim puts the needs of the narcissist (and then others) before their own needs.  This is true to a point, but actually, and more importantly, the victim’s…
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