How to Overcome the Discard Stage of the Narcissistic Abuse Cycle

Some suggestions for a way out of your Narcissists’ Web…they work if you actually implement them. I ask only that you inform yourself.

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By Dr. Perry, PhD


“Here is a new car, a new iPhone. We buy. We discard. We buy again. In recent years, we’ve been doing it faster.” ~Arlie Russell Hochschild

So here you are, in the middle of the aftermath and wreckage. You have been left behind by a cold-hearted narcissist who once intoxicated you with love and admiration. You most likely are feeling confused, hurt, overwhelmed and angry. You bought into the love bombing. You sacrificed life and limb for this relationship. You fell for the elaborately executed scheme of your narcissistic wounder. And still, you may be unsure if you are making the right decision to leave this person behind. The discard stage is the period where the narcissist has idealized, devalued and is now in the process of discarding or throwing you away. This stage of the narcissistic cycle can be a painful reality check for anyone on the…

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A Look Inside the Mind of a Narcissist

If you even SUSPECT you’ve met or seen one of these people in your circle, better read this!

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By Dr. Perry, PhD


” But that’s the thing about narcissists. They can try to fool you, with all their heart, but in the end, they’re just fooling themselves.” ~Ellie Fox

An individual with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) has spent most of their life creating the illusion of a confident and self-assured individual. Tightly wound up in this facade is the desperate struggle to maintain this self-created image. Much like a toddler swimming in a grown-up’s suit, a narcissist has a difficult time filling out their personality with the essential characteristics of what they believe to be human. The narcissist’s eggshell ego is dependent on this armor for its very survival.

At the core of this personality disorder, there is a grandiose sense of self-worth, vanity, and entitlement. In order to feed their fragile egos, they seek out constant praise and admiration from others. They are unable to maintain healthy relationships and…

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My long awaited Guest Poet, RonaldO.

Will you be with me…

…every morning of the first sunlight and the darkness of the evening twilight….

Will you be there for me…

…when miles separate us and you miss the gentle touch and my voice telling you ‘good night’?

Will you stay with me…

…when we don’t see eye to eye and there are no answers to questions of your heart?

Will you stand beside me…

…if I stumble and can’t seem to find my way back?

Will you be strong for me…

…when you hear my last sigh of breath and see the light fade from my eyes…

And …will you look for me…

…when nothing holds you to the Earth except the feeling of Love that you had for me?

RonaldO.

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