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Being in a relationship or dealing with a narcissist is exhausting and frustrating. You lose your sense of self-worth and feel helpless and hopeless. Many don’t realize the long-term damaging effects of narcissistic abuse. If you are in a relationship with a narcissist or just ended one and need support, these resources might help.

How to Make a Narcissist Miserable – 11 Things They Hate

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If you feel you’ve lost control of your life due to narcissistic abuse, it might help to know what triggers them and stops them in their tracks. If you can set boundaries, learn to stand your ground and regain your self-confidence, try these 11 things today to take back control of your life.

12 Things That Happen When a Narcissist Loses Control

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One thing that narcissists thrive on is control, and once they lose this, they feel powerless and afraid. There are many ways to strip a narcissist of their control. Once you’ve accomplished this, these 12 things could happen. 

8 Signs You’re in Love With a Man Who Has Narcissistic Personality Disorder

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Sadly, many women have no idea that the man they have fallen in love with has narcissistic personality disorder until it’s too late. If you recognize any of these eight signs in the man you are dating or have grown love for, walk away immediately.

17 Common Phrases a Narcissist Will Use to Hurt and Control You

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Many times, we can mistake damaging phrases for expressions of love. We believe our partner says certain things because they love us and care for us, but nothing could be further from the truth. These phrases are meant to cut you down, hurt, and control you. If you recognize any of these 17 phrases, you are being emotionally abused.

13 Powerful Ways to Handle the Narcissist in Your Life

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When we deal with a narcissist, we most likely feel it’s a losing battle, as winning is the name of the game for every narcissist. They believe they are the best of the best and everyone is beneath them. This thought process keeps them in control and keeps people in fear. But you can handle them with these 13 tips. 

15 Signs You’re Suffering From Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome

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Narcissistic abuse syndrome is real, and it can be extremely hard to recognize and heal from. If you were raised by narcissists or just left a relationship with one (or perhaps you’re still in a relationship with one), here are 15 signs you may be suffering from their abuse. If you recognize these signs, seek help.

12 Hidden Signs of Emotional Abuse in a Relationship

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They say love is blind, and there’s so much truth to that statement. Too often, we overlook a lot of our partner’s toxic traits and chalk them up to ‘oh, they’re just having a bad day,’ or ‘he doesn’t really mean that; he does love me a lot’, but the fact of the matter is, he’s abusing you. This emotional abuse is damaging to your mental health and self-worth. Here are 12 hidden signs of emotional abuse in a relationship.

Are You Dealing With an Emotional Psychopath? 13 Signs You Are

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Do you know if the person you are involved with is an emotional psychopath? Emotional psychopaths can be difficult to recognize since they often hide their true selves behind a carefully crafted mask of charm and charisma. However, there are certain behaviors that may indicate that someone is an emotional psychopath. Here are 13 signs you need to watch out for.

 

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  1. Oops. I AM a type A. I ended up being a technical illustrator in aerospace. In fact, over the years, I functioned as an electronics drafter, graphic artist, oil, gas and nuclear power drafter, copy editor and proofreader. I began in the early 60s, when women were not always welcome. Nonetheless, I did excel, I was competitive, and I could get so involved solving a difficult problem on paper, that I had to be told it was time to go home!
    Today, I have had to learn how to temper enthusiasm, since I am now 85, 100% disabled, and homebound. If I did not have a combination of computer, TV and books, I’d be climbing the walls. I had to ‘start over’ more times than I can count.
    But there is one thing I want to share with any man or woman who is out of work, out of a job, and feels bereft. And I’ve never seen anyone recommend what worked for me: When I was early in my illness, I was temporarily out of work. I worried about losing my small mobile home. I went to Vocational Rehab, and they helped me. They would even have trained me for other work, but just as they were about to, I was called to work in another aerospace job. Over a short period of time, I was given tests, what I needed medically, new glasses, new shoes and clothing,
    and while I passed all their requirements, one counselor said “We pray for clients like you.”
    I showed up with my portfolio, tools, and resume. I didn’t need to be RE-habilitated, I was already habilitated. I only needed help getting back to work. Then I was hired back into aerospace again and spent six more years there. They were thrilled to get me; I had the required skills, needed no special accommodations except a close-in parking space. And they got a tax rebate for hiring someone who had been through the Voc Rehab process.
    I was fortunate. Some people might say “But I don’t have job skills.” That’s the beauty of it. They will help you LEARN new skills. for instance, if you have been a housewife, airlines pay very good money for people who clean airliners between flights.
    If you are in a bad relationship, right now, the Army is paying $50,000 for people who enlist.
    Even for SENIORS. Because it takes 5 people in the base to put one soldier in the field, they will pay you to work and train. Air Force is paying $150,000! (Probably for pilots, but pretty sure enlisted folks would do well.) If you vanish into a military job, your dangerous Other won’t find you. Of course, when I did all that, I had kids who were already grown. But Voc Rehab might still be a choice. There are places for domestic violence people with kids. So, I hope I have given you some ideas that would work for you. I really hate it when people are left without hope.
    Bless you, and I hope you can survive, and do it to the point that you become a winner!

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