Growing up, I was taught (more passively than actively) that self-deprecation was the opposite of narcissism; to avoid being a narcissist, I had to put myself down and think of myself as insignificant. I had to see my abilities and place in the world as small and unimportant. And I had to play down or… Continue Reading →
How Organized Religion Primes Women for Relationships with Narcissistic, Abusive, and Predatorial Partners
I’ve discovered over time that I’m a magnet for narcissistic personalities. This is not to say that all people who with whom I connect are toxic. But I’ve learned the hard way that I have to be vigilant. Although I could get into stories about the types of personalities I’ve “bonded” with in the past,… Continue Reading →
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