‘Am I the narcissist??’ is the feverish question that haunts many when working through the wounds of narcissistic abuse. In ‘How you know you’re not the narcissist: Your proof’, this question was addressed.
Recently a great question was asked ‘I get all that stuff in the article, but what if it all resonates because I’m completely in denial about who I really am and I’m the narcissist?’
Whether you have Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes, diabetic peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage) is a potential complication that you may experience. It’s important to understand the signs and symptoms of this type of nerve damage in order to take steps to slow its progression and treat the disease effectively.
In fact, upwards of 70% of people with diabetes will develop some form of nerve damage, although many know nothing about the disease. So, it’s important to know the potential warning signs and symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.
17 Steps to Improve Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson’s disease is the second most common degenerative disorder of the central nervous system after Alzheimer’s disease. It is estimated that 1% of individuals over the age of 65 are diagnosed with this disorder (1, 2). In this article, you will discover 17 action steps to improve Parkinson’s disease naturally.
This once rare disease has seen enormous growth over the last 30 years. In 2005, there were an estimated 4.1 million people worldwide with Parkinson’s disease. In 25 years, that number is predicted to climb to 8.7 million. As a country we spend over 23 billion dollars each year on Parkinson’s treatments
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When you live with a health condition, oftentimes there are some unwanted — or “embarrassing” — symptoms you have to learn to live with. This is something many people who live with borderline personality disorder are familiar with.
Maybe your intense fear of abandonment affects your ability to have stable and secure relationships. Maybe you struggle with “borderline rage,” and it makes people think you are an angry person, when you’re really not. Or maybe your emotions feel out of your control, and you can’t stop them from coming out in the “wrong” way at the “wrong” time.
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Narcissistic silent treatment is something that virtually every narcissist delivers skilfully. Ironically it’s the horrible blow that they themselves are terrified of – being rendered invalid, invisible and totally redundant. We all know what it is to ignore or be ignored – we may have snubbed someone at sometime in our life, or we may have been given the “cold shoulder” ourselves. We all clearly know silent treatment means this: “I disapprove of you or something you’ve done”.
However, this cruel action – narcissistic silent treatment – is a lot more impactful than merely being brushed off by someone. In my recent article regarding the passive-aggressive narcissist we looked into the ultimate weapon used – narcissistic silent treatment – yet in this article I want to go into this in more detail, to really help you understand this tactic that virtually every narcissist, at some stage, will use.
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As a “girl” with autism, the subject of girls and autism is dear to my heart.
In spite of the questions I get about girls and autism, until now, I hadn’t prepared an adequate response. I simply told people what it was like for me and gave a really general answer.
So, I decided to put pen to paper (fingers to keyboard!) and give you all a starting point to help you to navigate the issues around girls and autism.
I wanted to get you information quickly. I realize you don’t need answers today, next week, next month – you need it yesterday, last week and last month.
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD) are neurological and behavior-related conditions that cause difficulty in concentrating, impulsiveness and excessive energy.
Individuals with ADHD symptoms not only have a challenge in concentrating, but have a challenge sitting still. Those with ADHD are typically more disruptive than individuals with ADD.
ADHD often has an onset age of 7, but this disorder can continue through teen years and well into adulthood. It’s estimated that ADHD affects 9 percent of American children between the ages of 13 and 18 and over 4 percent of adults. (1)
According to the NIH’s National Institute of Mental Health, “the number of children being diagnosed with ADHD is increasing, but it is unclear why.” Most physicians and research indicate the increase in ADHD is directly linked to the food we eat.
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Although many women find bald men to be sexy, aplocia areata can be emotionally devastating to a man or woman. Mind-body medicine may be “help-on-the-way” for this type of baldness and hair loss. In 1962, my father lost all of his hair in few weeks. The diagnosis was alopecia areata, which now considered an auto-immune response, is significantly influenced by stress. However, in 1962 it was a mystery and a curse to my father. At 42 years of age, he was psychologically devasted.
Everybody has a headache occasionally. However, some research suggests that people with multiple sclerosis (MS) may be more prone to migraines and maybe other headache disorders, like tension headaches or even rarely, cluster headaches.
Narcissists are all around us. In their various forms, ranging from somewhat benign to extremely toxic, they dominate reality TV shows, political campaigns, and the world of movies and music. While they can be attractive, entertaining, sharp, and funny to watch from a distance, you don’t want to date or marry one. And if you are already entangled with one, you may be reeling with confusion, self-doubt, and damaged self-esteem. Unfortunately, the chances of hooking up with a narcissist at some time in your dating or relationship life are pretty strong. Their physical attractiveness, charm, intelligence, and laser-like focus on going after what they want mean that they can reel you in, frantically romance you, devour you, and spit you out in a heartbeat. If you are beautiful and insecure or a “giver” in relationships, you are a prime target.
So how do you avoid the bait? The key is to identify them early and make a quick exit.