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Written by Shahida Arabi, I related to this article, was able to take some useful tips from it. It's long but worth the time to read if you deal with a narcissist, sociopath or psychopath in your life.View Recommended Item: thoughtcatalog.com
An excellent book.Chapter titles such as "Grieving is a full time job", "living alone and liking it", "reinventing yourself" . Some tips and suggestions, some case studies.Mon, 8/8/2016 - 9:24pm
I figured out that my ex husband is a narcissist and this book opened by eyes to all his behaviors. I finally felt like someone understood! This book clearly illustrates the true nature of disturbed characters, exposes the tactics the most manipulative characters use to pull the wool over…Thu, 8/4/2016 - 4:55pm
Skip to 15:15 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flM_2rD1vFwView Recommended Item: www.youtube.com
Find lots of resources — articles, poetry, quotes for dealing with trauma, grief, abandonment, betrayal on my website. "Finding Heart in the Dark" http://www.sandraleedennis.com/healing/poetry/#KINDNESS Find award-winning book, written from the heart, on Amazon:…View Recommended Item: www.sandraleedennis.com
I was so overwhelmed with grief after ending my first relationship post divorce, that I felt I was re-living my grief from my divorce all over again. Actually, it seemed even worse than the divorce grief. This book described what I was feeling to the letter, and helped me understand why and deal.Tue, 3/29/2016 - 11:23pm
Though he can be crude and he uses some foul language, I have found his articles direct, to the point, and very helpful. Most recently I read his article entitled "Maybe You Don't Know What Love Is" found at: http://markmanson.net/what-love-isView Recommended Item: markmanson.net
I recommend listening to the videos posted by thedove.us found on YouTube. Do a 'Google' search for "Patrick Doyle Emotional Abuse" and you will get a link for his YouTube video on the subject. From there you can find multiple videos on a number of subjects.Sun, 3/20/2016 - 1:44pm