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Narcissistic abuse red flags

If you have noticed the following red flags in a person close to you, then you need to take precautions. Below is a check list which you need to pay close attention to. The more of these you can relate to, the quicker you need to remove yourself from a relationship with such a disordered… Continue reading Narcissistic abuse red flags

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Happy Monday!

Dear readers, This post today is only a quick one. I thought I would share this week’s Youtube video which will also be shared on my Child Within blog, so it reaches more people. It is a Q & A  video on narcissism and in this case, one of my viewers wanted to know whether… Continue reading Happy Monday!

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How to protect yourself from narcissistic parents

A quick 2 minute video on ‘How to protect yourself from narcissistic parents’: Love Athina ♥ © All blog posts and images are owned by me and Courage Coaching. Please don’t use without consent and only re-blog if you would like to use the information on here.

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DSM traits of someone with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD)

  In this video I state the criteria that someone needs to have, to be diagnosed as having NPD (at least 5 or more to qualify ). If you or someone you know has suffered greatly due to someone with this disorder, please leave a comment or share your experience. More and more people are… Continue reading DSM traits of someone with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD)