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20 Symptoms of Narcissistic Victim Syndrome You May Have Experienced

Do you constantly feel guilty, insecure, and bad about yourself? Are you experiencing overwhelming feelings of anxiety, helplessness, and hopelessness? Does a relationship with your partner seem like walking on eggshells most of the time? You might be suffering from Narcissistic victim syndrome. Being involved with a narcissist is hard. Individuals with narcissistic personality disorder […]

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How Dating a Narcissist Changes You

A relationship with a narcissist may be a roller-coaster of emotions, painful and depleting. Most of the time, being in a relationship with a narcissist severely impacts the health and well-being of their victims. When you date a narcissist, your perceptions about yourself and the world may change. This can be devastating for your sense […]

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6 Signs of Narcissistic Collapse and How to Spot Them

Narcissistic Collapse couple fighting

Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is a mental health condition characterized by an exaggerated self-image, a lack of empathy, self-centered behavior, and an excessive need for praise and admiration. Some experts argue that narcissists use their attitudes of superiority and domination to compensate for insecurity and frail self-esteem. So, when a narcissist does not receive the […]

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How Long Does It Take to Break a Habit? 5 Tips and Tricks

Break a Habit good eating

Habits involve behaviors that are repeated so frequently that they become automatic. Our daily life is made up of habits we developed at some point. Many of our routines, such as going for a run each morning, brushing our teeth before bed, or spending time in nature every weekend, are helpful and healthy. However, many […]

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8 Tips to Deal with a Narcissistic Family Member

Narcissistic Family Member couple fighting

When a narcissist is your partner, a friend, or a coworker, you can remove yourself from that relationship. But what happens when that person is your parent or sibling? How to deal with a narcissistic family member? What Is Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) is one of the personality disorders characterized by an […]

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Primary vs. Secondary Emotions: Why Knowing the Difference Matters

Secondary Emotions woman sitting on the beach

Emotions play an essential role in our health, behavior, social interactions, and life in general. They help us understand our experiences and how those experiences make us feel. Also, emotions help us communicate ourselves to others and grasp how our actions affect other people. Working out the difference between primary and secondary emotions allows us […]

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How to Lead with Your Heart Instead of Your Hurt

Lead with Your Heart being kind to one another

Most of us grew up learning how to bottle up our issues and behave as if everything was OK, even when things were far from perfect. We learn to conceal our sadness and shame with wrath because being angry feels better than being sad or humiliated. However, a lack of self-awareness and emotional control can […]

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13 Things Mentally Strong People Do Every Day

Mentally Strong confident woman looking back at the camera

When life knocks you to the ground, do you quickly bounce back and adapt to the situation?  Some people seem to quickly recover from setbacks and adversity, while others find it much more challenging to carry on. Resilience is an important aspect of mental strength that can help us face and overcome challenges in life, […]

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