Especially if the narcissist is the mother. I refer to this as conditioning. As a child, the narcissist conditions the child(ren) to not dare question her in public 1) Since she is clever at maintaining a front that she is a wonderful mother, with a smile on her face, she'll manage in a few short words to make her child look stupid and 2) Once in private, that child will pay dearly for having the audacity to speak up in the first place. The pain from some abuses can't be seen by the eye!!

Especially if the narcissist is the mother. I refer to this as conditioning. As a child, the narcissist conditions the child(ren) to not dare question her in public 1) Since she is clever at maintaining a front that she is a wonderful mother, with a smile on her face, she'll manage in a few short words to make her child look stupid and 2) Once in private, that child will pay dearly for having the audacity to speak up in the first place. The pain from some abuses can't be seen by the eye!!

No contact should remain in affect until you feel the bond has been completely severed. This can take several years so be prepared to continue “no contact” for a long time.

No contact should remain in affect until you feel the bond has been completely severed. This can take several years so be prepared to continue “no contact” for a long time.

"We've seen enough public behavior by Donald Trump now that we can make this diagnosis indisputably," says Gartner. His comments run afoul of the so-called Goldwater Rule, the informal term for part of the ethics code of the American Psychiatric Association saying it is wrong to provide a professional opinion of a public figure without examining that person and gaining consent to discuss the evaluation. But Gartner says the Trump case warrants breaking that ethical code…

"We've seen enough public behavior by Donald Trump now that we can make this diagnosis indisputably," says Gartner. His comments run afoul of the so-called Goldwater Rule, the informal term for part of the ethics code of the American Psychiatric Association saying it is wrong to provide a professional opinion of a public figure without examining that person and gaining consent to discuss the evaluation. But Gartner says the Trump case warrants breaking that ethical code…

..when being treated like shit becomes part of the daily routine, very sad..

..when being treated like shit becomes part of the daily routine, very sad..

The Abusive Mentality 1. He is controlling. 2. He feels entitled. 3. He twists things into their opposites. 4. He disrespects his partner & considers himself superior to her. 5. He confuses love and abuse. 6. He is manipulative. 7. He strives to have a good public image. 8. He feels justified. 9. Abusers deny and minimize their abuse. 10. Abusers are possessive.

The Abusive Mentality 1. He is controlling. 2. He feels entitled. 3. He twists things into their opposites. 4. He disrespects his partner & considers himself superior to her. 5. He confuses love and abuse. 6. He is manipulative. 7. He strives to have a good public image. 8. He feels justified. 9. Abusers deny and minimize their abuse. 10. Abusers are possessive.

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