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  1. "How Can I Stop Thinking About the Sociopath / Narcissist?"

    Analysis and education about the abuser are essential to understanding what happened, but once that is done, your attention is most needed inwardly.
  2. The Psychopath's Game: Gaslighting Through Silent Treatment

    Psychopaths abhor making other people happy, but it's something they have to do to continue the game and keep you confused and playing along.
  3. Narcissists & Jealousy: Working With Difficult Emotions

    It's okay and normal to feel jealous after someone triangulates, compares, and replaces you with other partners
  4. Trusting & Opening Your Heart After Emotional Abuse

    After emotional abuse, we may build a protective layer around our heart, to prevent the same hurt from ever happening again. This is only a temporary solution.
  5. Admitting Your Pain Doesn't Mean The Sociopath "Wins"

    When we focus on the suffering underneath our distractions, "winning" isn't even a valid concept anymore.
  6. Long-Term Effects of Psychological Abuse on the Body & Subconscious Mind

    We are ripped away from the ability to love freely, openly, and fully. Instead, we are programmed with ideas of betrayal and unworthiness.
  7. 4 Things No Contact Does For You

    No Contact is vital to a successful healing journey for one main reason, it works. It’s been proven time and time again.
  8. Forgiveness After Psychological Abuse: The Challenges & Benefits

    When you forgive, you open those hands, let your heart out to love again, freely and confidently. Why? Because evil cannot defeat you.
  9. 3 Emotions That Narcissists and Psychopaths Manipulate in Others

    They want to use this unstable emotional state of jealousy that they've manufactured within you to discredit your reputation and place themselves as the victim.
  10. The Narcissist's Mind Control Tactic of Assumption

    Psychopaths use your kindness, sympathy, love and compassion to fill the emptiness that drives them in the aggression to control their target.