Loretta Pashley

Loretta Pashley

Loretta Pashley
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One by one people have figured you out. Funny how small your family is getting. You even treated your own mother horrible. Yet your still playing the victim.

You might fool hundreds, but I will always be the one who figured you out. That is so true isn't it Dina. You are very good at fooling people . Yup actually a lot of people have you figured out but I was the first to see your true ugliness.

Do you know the difference between a narcissist and an a**hole? Read all because their is a big difference between someone who has a big ego, or an addiction, and a true NPD individual.

A narcissist will use the phrase 'get over it' because, to them, your concerns are trivial and if it's not about them, then they're not interested. This is extremely accurate and fit two men who have been in my life. No dealing with either of them anymore

It's torture

Audio record all your sessions. Even better, video record so you can analyze therapist's body language. Psychoanalysis is a cult designed to make you doubt yourself! Narcissistic abuse hurts we can heal loves this Pin Thanks Abuse

Children of Narcissists #NarcissisticAbuse #narcissism

Children who have a narcissistic parent are taught / programmed to believe that they have no rights. They learn that their feelings are wrong, invalid & unimportant. Therefore, the child hides their feelings out of fear of the parent's wrath.

I truly believe that my neighbor is a Sociopath. He copies everything we do and everything we have. He's scares me sometimes.

Not all sociopaths are criminals, they are often someone you know. They can be quite charming in the presence of friends and coworkers but among close relationships will fly into a rage at the least little thing.

When in front of strangers the narcissist will often perform the role of SuperParent. Sadly, it's the strangers' admiration that the narcissist is after -- not the child's.

narcissistic parents - pretend love to their children to impress others - give children their attention and love only when others are around; otherwise ignore/abuse/neglect them.