A question that people like to ask is “What’s your biggest fear?” and I never really had an answer to that until today.
My advice? Give the Universe and it’s capital U the finger, quit self-pity and fall in love with your life on your own terms.
The common misconceptions about homeless people and their situation in life reveal the extreme narcissism present in our society: when we blame these people for their own suffering, we are no longer able to solve the problem at hand.
Speaking up about the things that hurt us is bravery personified; apologizing and accepting an apology are two of the most courageous acts we do as humans.
There are three major ways we get trapped in the vicious cycle longer than we have to with narcissists.
Newsflash: there’s a difference between being “empathetic” and being an “empath.”
There will come a time when you can look back at your relationship devoid of the attachment. You will recognize it as a time shared between two people that grew you by virtue of its existence and ended when it could no longer serve you.
Statistically, the chances of your ex being a sociopath or narcissist are just incredibly, incredibly low.
“There is a depressing irony in the fact that any person, no matter how unfit to be a parent, can have a kid if they want, but you practically get punished for wanting to adopt.”
All narcissists are emotionally unavailable to some extent, but not all emotionally unavailable people are narcissists. Here are the five key areas of difference between someone who is just emotionally unavailable and someone who is both emotionally unavailable and a malignant narcissist.