No Amount Of Money Is Worth It: Leaving A Toxic Workplace

No Amount Of Money Is Worth It: Leaving A Toxic Workplace Written By: Dennis D There is nothing worse than working in an environment that breeds negativity (Toxic Workplace). I used to work for a large bank, a permanent 8-to-5 job that gave me a relatively good annual salary. I had to wake up early …

Breaking The Cycle

Breaking The Cycle: Walking Away Is The Only Option Sometimes

Breaking The Cycle: Walking Away Is The Only Option Sometimes Written By: A Reader OF Our Community My story begins in a small neighborhood in Atlanta, GA. I was seeing someone having just completed college and found a job at a communications firm. What I did not know is that I was beginning a journey …

The Narcissist’s Greatest Victory: Their Last Laugh

In a hospital lies a person, beaten, broken, shattered, humiliated, and on the verge of death. They had been initially been driven mad into fighting back against a narcissist in their life. On their hospital bed, they find out that they are handcuffed to the bed and that there is a police officer outside their room.

How I Learned To Spot Covert Narcissists

When I started seeing a therapist, she asked me, “You don’t know what creepy is, do you?” I remember kind of looking at her in this quizzical way because I did not know what she was getting at. However, upon giving the query a little bit of consideration, it had dawned on me that I had spent my whole life marveling at others when they would say someone was creepy or weird or “off.”

Sometimes Love Is Not Enough

Sometimes Love Is Not Enough

I gave unconditional love, I boosted his ego, gave him ridiculous amounts of praise, respect, accolades. I made every tiny accomplishment a monumental congratulation. I took care of his parents, took care of his dying brother, I drove him to work and picked him up (23 miles, 45-70 minutes one way) in traffic, for almost 3 years, because he lost his driving privilege. Note: I worked seven minutes from our home.