Cognitive Dissonance and How It Helps The Victim Of Abuse Stay

Wikipedia describes cognitive dissonance like this: Cognitive dissonance In the field of psychology, cognitive dissonance is the mental discomfort(psychological stress) experienced by a person who simultaneously holds two or more contradictory beliefs, ideas, or values. The occurrence of cognitive dissonance is a consequence of a person's performing an action that contradicts personal beliefs, ideals, and values; and also occurs when confronted …

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17 Tips For Fighting The Narcissist In Court

In Quora today someone asked for helpful tips for going to court against an abuser. I was able to come up with 17. 1. I always tell victims of abuse to keep a journal, if they don't think they have time or are not “writers”, then simply get a day planner and make notes each …

Another Woman Dies – True Story

My mom was telling me about an accident that happened on Hwy #3 near Hope, BC. Apparently a car had been driving eratically and speeding then crashed into a highways maintenance truck. The car literally broke into hundreds of pieces upon impact. The first people on the scene was a truck load of fire fighters …

What Surprised Me The Most After Leaving The Narcissist

One of the most surprising things about being involved with a narcissist was the total lack of sympathy shown by family, friends, and society in general, even the medical profession has literally laughed when I suggested the stress of prolonged abuse could be responsible for my heart condition. (I know doctors dont like people Googling …

Forgiveness and Healing After Narcissistic Abuse

I commented on a friend's Facebook post that argued people are wrong to tell the victim of a narcissist that they must forgive the narcissist in order to heal. I agreed and called bullshit!! on forgiveness. This was my comment. I think sometimes some good old hatred is needed in order to heal and move …