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12 Narcissistic Traits That Lead To Narcissistic Abuse

BY CHRISTINE LOUIS DE CANONVILLE, MIACP The original article can be found on the author’s website here A NARCISSISTIC RELATIONSHIP IS A MOST DIFFICULT THING TO HANDLE: Without doubt, being in a narcissistic toxic relationship is a most difficult thing to handle, that is because it can be very frustrating and confusing to work out … Read more

CO-PARENTING WITH A NARCISSIST

Co-Parenting With a Narcissist ​BY CHRISTINE LOUIS DE CANONVILLE, MIACP Christine is a Psychotherapist, Educator, Author and Supervisor of mental health professionals for over 28 years. She was part of a team in the Trauma Unit of St. Brendan’s Psychiatric Hospital, Dublin, and has worked specifically with victims of pathological narcissistic abuse in her private … Read more

Only half of Generation Z found to be straight – Study

Only half of Generation Z found to be straight – Study People aged 16 to 75 in England, Wales, and Scotland were asked questions about their attraction, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Kimberly Rodrigues07 October, 2022 The original article can be found HERE According to a new study and polling that was undertaken by LGBTQ+ … Read more

Emotional infidelity: The flirtation that undermines couples

Emotional infidelity: The flirtation that undermines couples By Katie Bishop 7th October 2022 The original article can be found HERE Most people have strong ideas about what constitutes ‘cheating’ in a relationship. Couples who follow conventional monogamy generally think any sexual contact with a third party is a betrayal, while many couples with more open … Read more

Why Ghosting May Be Even More Harmful Than We Thought

KEY POINTS Ghosting is a common rejection strategy in professional and personal situations, because most people fear saying no. Ghosting doesn’t hurt feelings more than outright rejection, but it causes different and meaningful kinds of suffering. We owe each other clarity when we say no, but we don’t have to explain why. Why Ghosting May … Read more

The 4 Stages of a Narcissist’s Invasion Shifting from mutual attraction to emotional abuse.

  KEY POINTS Emotionally intelligent people are often magnets for narcissists. Understanding this dynamic can help emotionally intelligent people spot narcissistic tendencies before investing in a relationship. There are four phases of narcissistic manipulation: attraction, feeling small, sabotage, and countering manipulation with kindness. Many emotionally intelligent people often feel as if they are a magnet for narcissists. … Read more

How to Leave a Toxic Relationship When You Still Love Your Partner

Learning how to leave a toxic relationship is never as easy as saying, “Hit the road, Jack!” – especially not when you are in love with your partner. If you’ve been in a toxic relationship, you know exactly how emotionally, physically, and mentally exhausting they can be. But if a toxic relationship is so taxing, … Read more

Most Male Suicides in Us Show No Link to Mental Health Issues

Most Male Suicides in Us Show No Link to Mental Health Issues FeaturedNeurosciencePsychology  ·June 14, 2022  https://neurosciencenews.com/male-suicide-mental-health-20834/ Summary: 60% of male suicide victims have no prior history of documented mental health problems, a new study reports. Source: UCLA A majority of American men who die by suicide don’t have any known history of mental health … Read more

Why criticism lasts longer than praise

By Sarah Griffiths 27th June 2022 [This article first appeared on at https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20220624-why-criticism-lasts-longer-than-praise] Most of us are subjected to insults, sarcastic comments or bad feedback in our everyday lives. But we weren’t built to deal with torrents of criticism. As children we are often told that sticks and stones can break bones, but words can … Read more