Tag Archives: Narcissistic parents

I am Confident I Lack Confidence

According to Wikipedia: Confidence is generally described as a state of being certain either that a hypothesis or prediction is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective. Self-confidence is having confidence in oneself. … Continue reading

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Seeking the Approval of Others (as a way to escape approving of myself)

I can remember in 5th grade when Mrs. White hit me over the head with a magazine for asking for my missing homework assignments, again. Now I can freely admit that I was a hyperactive child and thus a nightmare … Continue reading

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Public Service Announcement: Narcissists

******Advisory******   This is a Public Service Announcement!!!! When confronted on any issue regarding their own inappropriate behavior, narcissists will use your insecurities to manipulate you into believing you behaved badly.   ******Advisory****** Related articles How to Spot a Narcissist … Continue reading

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My Unidentity

I was just reading Trapped in the Mirror  by Elan Golomb and was reminded of a major issue adult children of narcissistic parents have. I have. I first became aware of this affliction when I was beginning my teaching career. … Continue reading

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This is the Good Stuff!!!!!

Ready for a ride???  I just read Characteristics of Narcissists by Anonymous and pow! was I ever right back in it again. This is as close as I have ever seen to a complete picture of my childhood. A few … Continue reading

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