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No Path to the Heart; the Futility of Life with a Narcissist or Sociopath

Posted on December 13, 2015 at 7:55 PM

In a healthy, heart centered, relationship, we experience connection. The love between two people is given and received openly. There is a natural flow that exists. Of course it isn't perfect and as human beings we fall into fear, experience disconnection and we work to re-connect. These are the natural struggles of relationship, the rough patches. These struggles are not meant to be the norm.

In a relationship with a personality disordered person, we give love that is never authentical...

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Healing from Abuse: 6 Ways to Heal the Feminine Spirit after Abuse

Posted on December 4, 2015 at 7:10 PM

You may have identified you have been in a relationship with a narcissist, or a sociopath or a sociopathic-narcissist. You may have read and re-read the signs and symptoms. Maybe you have compared your stories with those of others who have walked the same road. Perhaps you have felt shock, anger and grief, at the realizations of who you were really with. Maybe you're wondering why. Why did I choose this person, or why did I let this person choose me? Maybe you're ready to start moving past it...

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It's Not You it's Them; One Sure Sign of a Narcissist

Posted on June 27, 2015 at 4:30 PM


By: Jacqueline Hart



Do you suspect you are, or have been, in a relationship with a narcissist? Have you felt like the behavior of a loved one, co-worker or close friend drains you on a regular basis or leaves you feeling like you're the crazy one? Have you felt like:


 two people live in your partner's body; Prince Charming and a guy with an explosive even abusive, temper

 your parent/s sabotage instead ...

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Five Tips for Shining in your Power

Posted on June 9, 2015 at 7:55 PM

We've all been there, right? Someone steps right over our boundaries or treats us abusively, and we're left feeling victimized and angry. Maybe we even told the person in the past what our boundary is, and still they wiped their feet on it! How dare they? How could she be so disrespectful? How could he do this to me?


The question is: How could we do this to ourselves?


Many of us are unaware of what it really looks and feels like to give away our pow...

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