Being discarded can be crushing to one’s self-esteem. Feeling as if we aren’t good enough can make trying to find love again seem impossible. And this is exactly what narcissist wants. However, I say keep looking for love. In this article, I will explain how to find love again after a discard.
The negative effects of having narcissistic parents can sometimes be difficult to spot to the untrained eye. Children who may come to school and stay to themselves may either be seen as anti-social (which is a very poor judgment) or shy. Because most people are not trained psychologist, determining whether a child is just a shy or timid kid versus a kid who may be abused (psychologically, mentally, emotionally and/or physically) can be a dilemma.
If you are trying to leave your narcissist but find yourself constantly going back to them. You may be wondering, “Why no contact is so difficult to do”?
Being discarded, as if you were nothing more than trash, can be devastating, to say the least. In this article, I explain how to boost your confidence and self-esteem after a discard. Boosting your confidence and self-esteem are essential factors you will need to cultivate, or get back, to properly heal after your discard.
We live in a world where people are constantly walking on eggshells. Too scared to say the wrong thing. Too scared to look at someones. And too scared to offend someone. People today are easily offended by the simplest things. And I am saying that be comfortable with offending people.
“Why do they stay if the person treats them so badly?” This is a question that many people in society ask? Nobody likes abuse. Nobody likes being treated badly. And nobody likes having their valued constantly lowered at every possibility. Battered Person Syndrome is one of the main reasons why so many people…stay!
You have to fight for your sanity. You have to wake up with the intentions that you will live life on YOUR TERMS. Life is not easy. You have to fight to be happy. To be successful. To be…sane. Sanity is a rarity that very few people are blessed to have in life.
For many of us who have been around narcissists, we oftentimes question ourselves. Did we say something wrong? Did we do something wrong? Why are they so angry? How did this happy picnic all of a sudden turn into a nightmare in hell? Who is to blame?
Behind the puffed up chest, the eye protruding out of their sockets and the red and squinted faces of a narcissist lies the heart of a beating PAPER TIGER. See, narcissists are very insecure. And they are insecure because of you. It is your fault that they are insecure.
Blah! Blah! Rabble! Rabble! Blah! For those of us who have been in a relationship with a narcissistic person the “Blah! Blah! Rabble! Rabble!” jargon is something you may be familiar with. The narcissists that are in so many of our lives need reassuring love.