When someone you love is repeatedly hurtful, facing reality can be hard. For this reason, whether it’s your own bubble of denial or someone else’s, popping such bubbles isn’t usually fun and (more often than not) requires repetition. Resistance is often due to Stockholm Syndrome (also known as trauma bonding or toxic loyalty). But the … More Popping bubbles of denial – how many need to burst before you can face reality? (cptsd, healing from emotional abuse)
Telling the truth, especially in a narcissistic culture, doesn’t make someone popular. In fact, there are often repercussions for saying “what is”, especially if it goes against convention. That’s why I appreciate Simon Sinek’s leadership. He’s using his popularity to speak truth to power. I happen to like capitalism. He’s naming what’s wrong with how … More Healthy Capitalism Requires Conscious Leadership (Simon Sinek)
I wanted this collection of blog posts about co-narcissism and healing from narcissistic abuse to be easily available in one place. I will always honor the co-narcissist’s superpowers of resilience and self-reliance, compassion and kindness. My prayer is that you keep them in balance so you can enjoy your life on your terms!