Narcissistic Personality Disorder

My blogging friend Ali wrote this post, which resonated with me and what I experienced growing up. What a damaging disorder for all parties involved. I feel deeply for anyone struggling to live in this type of  relationship. This was my childhood in so many ways. I also want to add how harmful it can be when there is an enabler of the narcissist. For me it was, and still is, my mother enabling my stepfather, to the severe determent of all her other relationships. It is an extreme form of abuse, where everyone else but the party causing the pain is blamed. I’ve been there so many times, and the irony of my mother placing this label on me because I had the courage to heal and write about my experiences has been the final straw. I can no longer allow myself to suffer from misdirected blame and abuses, nor allow my children to. Please read Ali’s post, it’s so incredibly thorough and helpful.

Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

2 thoughts on “Narcissistic Personality Disorder

  1. alienorajt

    Thank you so much for reblogging this, Alethea; my heart goes out to you in your struggle with this. I can absolutely empathise. Hugs, Ali xxx


    1. Thank you, Ali for writing your blog and for your support. I have to admit, it’s hard letting go. Last night in one of my dreams I was in a basement dorm room (in a dorm I lived in at college), it was cold outside and there were large cracks in the foundation where the elements could enter my room. Ah, yes, the need to repair and heal my foundation, I am feeling that! And to grow new life! I recall looking around and seeing there was no sunlight for me to have plants. xoxo


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