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Adult Children of Narcissists Face Trauma-Induced Health Risks  

Published on The Huffington Post 3/7/17 at 11:12 p.m. ET. Narcissism has become a buzzword these days often “full of sound and fury, signifying nothing,” to quote Macbeth. But for adult children of narcissists (ACoNs)—those who have lived with the narcissist disordered…

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More Horrid and Shocking Things Narcissists Say and Do

Please note that the following content contains some disturbingly graphic details. Read the first article in this series: Horrid and Shocking Things Narcissists Say and Do. Weight Loss Campaign When Peggy was 15 her narcissist father, a professor, told her…

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Horrid and Shocking Things Narcissists Say and Do

Make a keystroke blindfolded and you’re likely to land on a mention of narcissism on the Internet. But nothing explains it better than real-life examples. Here are some shocking doozies. It’s All About Me Maria had just watched her father die…

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Caretaking My Narcissistic Mother Through Cancer

Published on The Huffington Post 12/28/2016, 7:03 p.m. “Oh god, I’ve become my mother!” How many times have we heard friends, family, or movie characters exclaim that tired yet often at least partly true cliché? Clichés fill our cultural lexicon, but…

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A Daughter’s Story of One Hell of a Narcissist Mother

Spiteful Baby Helen’s troubles with her narcissist mother started long before she could talk. As an infant she suffered an undetected neonatal stroke. Helen’s mother, Maurine, said she was a colicky baby who was acting out to spite her. It…

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