Focus on Your Own Recovery…

Great post Kim as always as you know I have a report done in 2 hours at an airport to say I am a Narcissist thus ensuring family court will not allow me contact with my boys , thus I asked for these details to be able to do self improvement if this diagnosis was indeed correct , the Court and the psychologist refused to give me my records , the independent psychologist whom I went to see on my own accord does not agree that I am a Narcissist , Maybe a little OCD because I like things in its place and neat and tidy , so I guess that makes me crazy and a bad person and a threat to our little boys even on a Skype call ! 🙂 O and as I am sure you seen the Court feels my boys blog is causing them and their mother emotional abuse because I post all the documents and speak the truth !…

Let Me Reach with Kim Saeed

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In a past post, I described the heartbreakingly naïve suggestions listed in some of the mainstream books available on the topic of Narcissism.  One such book, Disarming the Narcissist: Surviving and Thriving with the Self-Absorbed, claims to help the reader “find a way of communicating effectively with narcissists, getting your point across and meeting your needs while side-stepping unproductive power struggles and senseless arguments”.

A moment for that to sink in…

Now, if you’re just learning about Narcissism, you may have felt a little pang of hope.  If you’ve been involved with one, you either felt insulted or had a good laugh.  Victims of narcissistic abuse know from experience that there is no way of communicating effectively with a Narcissist, no way of getting your point across to them, nor having one’s needs met.  From a victim’s standpoint, using the advice from this book is equivalent to going into battle…

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2 thoughts on “Focus on Your Own Recovery…

  1. I wish the court system would get some experts in on this issue. Sadly, they also hand over children to parents who will only further abuse them…the childrens’ best interests are certainly not a top priority.

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