Survival Stories

Survival Stories

Survival stories from other WARRIORS!

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Survival Stories

The Choice: Imprisonment Or Freedom

Have you ever been in a relationship with someone so wrapped up in themselves that they never consider your needs? If you have, you know how difficult it can be to break free from that toxic dynamic. But it is possible to leave the narcissist, and doing so may be the best thing for your mental and emotional well-being.


You know the feeling. You dread going to work. You’re anxious, stressed out, and maybe even a little sick to your stomach. You’re not alone. What do you do when your job is the source of your stress? When the place you’re supposed to go to earn a living is making you sick?

A Story Of How I Overcame My Narcissistic Abusive Job

I never thought I would be in an abusive relationship. I was strong, independent, and confident. I had a great job that I loved…until it all changed. My boss became increasingly demanding and narcissistic, making my job a living hell. I was afraid to speak up, but I knew I had to do something. With the help of my friends and family, I was able to stand up for myself and leave the job.


When I was younger, I was constantly bullied by a selfish child. They would make fun of me and call me names. I always felt inferior to them. However, I never gave up, and I eventually overcame the bullying. Looking back, I am proud of myself for how far I’ve come.

Breaking The Cycle: Walking Away Is The Only Option Sometimes

Narcissistic abuse is a form of emotional abuse that can have lasting effects on victims. It is characterized by a pattern of behavior in which the abuser exhibits narcissistic traits, including a lack of empathy, a sense of entitlement, and a need for admiration. Victims of narcissistic abuse often feel trapped and helpless. Walking away from the abuser is often the only option.

The Greatest Love Story On Paper

Toxic love is a term used to describe a harmful relationship to both parties involved. It is often characterized by possessiveness, jealousy, and manipulation. Toxic love can be found in both heterosexual and homosexual relationships. In some cases, toxic love can lead to physical or emotional abuse. If you are in a toxic relationship, it is important to seek help from a trusted friend or professional.

How I Learned To Spot Covert Narcissists

I used to think that narcissists were easy to spot. They’re egotistical, self-absorbed people who love nothing more than talking about themselves, right?

Well, it turns out that there’s a type of narcissist that’s much more subtle and harder to spot: the covert narcissist.

Covert narcissists seem shy and introverted but are actually secretly manipulative and controlling.

Sometimes Love Is Not Enough

When it comes to love, sometimes it isn’t enough. You can love someone with all of your heart, but that doesn’t mean it will work out. There are a lot of factors that go into a successful relationship, and sometimes love isn’t enough.

Doubt & Betrayal – False Hope Weaponized

Doubt and betrayal are two powerful emotions that can negatively impact a person’s life. False hope is often used as a weapon by those who want to control others. It can be used to manipulate and deceive people and destroy relationships.

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