Are We All a Little Narcissistic?

Or is someone just making this crap up?

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When a friend invited me to join a group for survivors of narcissistic abuse, I turned her down. The truth was I felt so much shame that I didn’t feel good enough to talk about what happened to me.

Contributing to my shame was a false belief that I had somehow been complicit in the abuse because I hadn’t stopped…

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Author of Chasing Eden Memoir, Surviving the Patriarchy, Religious Abuse, and Narcissistic Abuse—one story at a time.

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Author of Chasing Eden Memoir, Surviving the Patriarchy, Religious Abuse, and Narcissistic Abuse—one story at a time.

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