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Pobody’s Nerfect–Why Perfectionism Isn’t a Good Place To Be | My Autistic Dance

Hi! My name’s Alexandra and I’m a perfectionist. That’s good, eh? Well, let me tell you about it… Source: Pobody’s Nerfect–Why Perfectionism Isn’t a Good Place To Be | My Autistic Dance

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Houston, We Have a Problem | Lavender and Levity

That problem is, apparently, that I sound like an astronaut communicating through a crinkly 1960s com unit from the Moon – while my space suit springs a slow leak and I rapidly lose oxygen. Did I ever mention that social anxiety makes absolutely no sense? I may be a bit underconfident when I perform on […]

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4 Brutally Honest Things Survivors Of Narcissistic Abuse Want To Say To Their Abusers

Words may not come close to what a survivor of narcissistic abuse really wants to convey, but if they could, they’d say this to their abusers. Source: 4 Brutally Honest Things Survivors Of Narcissistic Abuse Want To Say To Their Abusers

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What Does Narcissistic Abuse Look Like? – Mindcology

Vanity is not becoming. The more in love with ourselves we are, the more difficult it is for others to feel the same. I’m all for self-love, but there is a definite line between self-love Source: What Does Narcissistic Abuse Look Like? – Mindcology

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Warning Signs and Red Flags of Narcissistic Abuse – World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day

  WARNING SIGNS They have a sense of superiority, for example being highly critical, often judgmental about others. They have a sense of entitlement, sometimes this comes off as confidence, but can manifest in subtle ways, like cutting through a service station rather than wait at the traffic lights, or deliberately leaving rubbish for someone else […]

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Narcissistic abuse – Wikipedia

Source: Narcissistic abuse – Wikipedia   Parental narcissistic abuse is where parents require the child to give up their own wants and feelings in order to serve the parent’s needs for esteem.[1] The term emerged in the late twentieth century due to the works of Alice Miller and other Neo-Freudians, rejecting psychoanalysis as being similar to the poisonous pedagogies.[2] Self-help culture assumes […]

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11 Signs You’re The Victim of Narcissistic Abuse | Thought Catalog

You have been mercilessly violated, manipulated, lied to, ridiculed, demeaned and gaslighted into believing that you are imagining things. The person you thought you knew and the life you built tog… Source: 11 Signs You’re The Victim of Narcissistic Abuse | Thought Catalog