Part 1~

Growing up I saw ‘She Wore a Yellow Ribbon’ more often than I saw my relatives.

via Part One: The Strong Silent Type (Of Horse) — Relaxed & Forward: AnnaBlakeBlog


Are you?

Legend says about handsome guy Narcissus who was so focused on himself that he fall in love in his reflection in the lake. At the end he drown in attempt to show admiration to himself. In cartoon Johnny Bravo is funny guy who talks only about himself. “Let’s talk about something different. About me.” That is […]

via Are you in romance with narcissist? — kristina gallo – Broken rules

They need each other in some sick way!

Credit: Let Me Reach with Kim Saeed The concept of narcissism and HSP (highly sensitive person) or empathic traits coexisting in the same person is a matter that has very little research behind it, but I definitely think there is a strong case to be made for it. Hear me out before you hit the […]

via Why empaths and narcissists seem to need each other. — Down the Rabbit Hole

Who am I ?

I’m the woman who believes in thorns, the beauty of fallen fruit, and lavishing love on the lovable and unlovable. I’m generous, difficult, and incomplete. I have spells of sullen iciness, and moments of hot tea and clarity. I’m the woman who can only be of this world for moments at a time. My […]

via Who Am I? — Everything I Never Told You


Silent testaments bear witness Missives from on high, holy and divine Condemnation rains in the form of Searing pains hitting at the flank Stoning innocents and sinful alike Bloody piss is indiscriminate And burns like the angry hand Of a narcissistic lover A hoarse whisper moans This too shall pass…

via Through — Behind the White Coat

Be strong

“if someone has ever wronged you in life, be loud about it. don’t sit in silence, don’t allow the people who have hurt you to feel like they’ve gotten off easily. write about it if you need to, yell about it if you damn well please but do not let them fucking silence you. forgive […]

via If someone has ever wronged you in life, be loud about it — Divorcing a Narcissist Blog

Good read

Narcissism for Beginners by Martine McDonagh is a book that really appeals to me but I just haven’t had time to read yet. However, I am lucky enough to have interviewed Martine all about it. Published by Unbound on 9th March 2017, Narcissism for Beginners is available for purchase in e-book and paperback here. Narcissism […]

via An Interview with Martine McDonagh, Author of Narcissism for Beginners — Linda’s Book Bag


Welcome to Mindful Monday. Each week I look at new or sometimes old things about myself on my journey to becoming more conscious about my life journey. I have found that being mindful encompasses the act of being watchful, aware, wary, heedful, alert, careful, or attentive, in whatever area in my life I feel it applies to, […]

via Mindful Monday – P. S. I Forgive You, by D. G. Kaye — A Mindful Journey


I sit here, worried and wondering: when will the sullen moments of a disturbed leader turn into more than toddler tantrums and become psychopathic rage that will bury us all? It is hard to believe this perpetual farce occurring in America is real and not a particularly implausible and depressing episode of The Twilight Zone.

via When? — arwenaragornstar

Grace for my heart.

It’s Narcissist Friday! A while ago I wrote a response to an email and suggested that a relationship with a narcissist is like a tattoo. I have always chuckled at the definition of a tattoo as “a permanent record of temporary insanity.” Some would describe their relationship with the narcissist in the […]

via The Tattoo — Grace for my Heart