Fellow Survivor of Narcissistic Abuse
Jenney Moore is a lifelong resident of the Pacific NW, and a survivor of a 25-year abusive marriage. She stayed as long as she did simply due to being unaware of personality disorders.
“I’d never even heard the term, and was incredibly naïve…at every promise he made to change, I tearfully bought in again and again”, she remembers.
Finally leaving in 2012, she now works giving support in multiple Facebook abuse victims’ support groups including one she and several fellow admins started at New Year of 2019, and works as a senior administrative assistant for a major utility company.
She is a singer/musician, visual artist, fitness enthusiast, and shares her home with her daughter and son-in-law.
From Jenney Moore
Recovery from narcissistic abuse is a long and complicated process, and there are so many factors at play. It's also easy to focus too much on one thing—and ignore another important element of healing. And that often happens because we overthink things. Feeling...
Have you ever found yourself Googling stuff someone has done to you and running into something that led you to suspect someone in your life is a narcissist? Is someone close to you generally cruel, unfair, manipulative, and painfully clear to you or others in ways...
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I didn’t believe that narcissists were insecure either until I met this woman. When the woman copied my idea and claimed it as her own, I knew that she wasn’t as amazing as she’d seemed..in fact, all I could see was that she’d been lying the whole time and had used me for her own devices. She was in fact very insecure.
"Shadow work is, at heart, about developing self-awareness and ultimately, self-acceptance and compassion. Shadow work is often both therapy and more spiritual, helping you see the different parts of yourself." ~Maggie Wooll Advanced Self-Help Healing: Shadow...
Brain fog, common in those suffering from psychological abuse, is the feeling that your mind is fuzzy, like you are walking through a dream. The mental confusion leads to difficulty concentrating and thinking straight. In this article, I will outline some of the possible
Have you ever wondered why you can't resist a narcissist? Or why they make you feel so good? Or why you keep ending up with them? Did you ever think about the fact that, when you first realized you were in a toxic relationship with an abusive narcissist, you...
A narcissist hitting rock bottom is far from easy to watch. When the narcissist finally hits rock bottom, there is a predictable pattern that emerges. This pattern is so predictable that it can be used as a roadmap for how to deal with the situation. It can be difficult to understand what happens when a narcissist hits rock bottom. You may feel anxious and confused about their next move. What do you expect from them?
While the symptoms of dependent personality disorder can be debilitating, there are self-help strategies and alternative treatment methods used to help sufferers live productive, fulfilling lives.
What's the best way to deal with a narcissist in a toxic relationship? To go no contact, of course. But what if you can't go no contact? It's hard to imagine, for some people, but the truth is that not everyone has the ability to leave or go no contact with the...