Fellow Survivor of Narcissistic Abuse

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Jenney Moore

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.

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How Psychopathic Gambling Addicts WILL Ruin Your Life

How Psychopathic Gambling Addicts WILL Ruin Your Life

The study found that people who lie, cheat and act without empathy are more likely to get into gambling problems. And because they also tend not to use strategies that would keep them safe from such problems, making those issues worse – and making them more likely to ruin their own lives and the lives of anyone unfortunate enough to be close to them, including their closest sources of narcissistic supply. 

Why Are Narcissists So Abusive and Why Do They Get Away With It?

Why Are Narcissists So Abusive and Why Do They Get Away With It?

Narcissists get away with shocking emotional and psychological abuse in their relationships, but why? In addition to the sense of entitlement that makes them feel they deserve special treatment, attention, and admiration….here’s why. Intermittent reinforcement can lead to trauma bonding….the narcissist’s need for control may only be exceeded by their desire to be recognized as superior—a trait that can manifest in controlling other people’s lives.

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