There Is A Demonic Element To Narcissism

Originally posted on CynthiaBaileyRug:
Anyone familiar with someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder knows there is definitely something wrong with that person.  NPD fits very well, although not perfectly.  The term “disorder” can be rather unsettling.  Disorder implies something is beyond someone’s control, & we all have seen narcissists change from devil incarnate to sweetheart in…

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The Narcissist Favorite Victims: 4 Most Codependent Zodiac Signs

Originally posted on Author Janell Hihi:
In a recent article, I pointed out the top narcissistic signs in the Zodiac. This article will do the opposite by listing the 3 most codependent Zodiac signs. The narcissist purposely seeks codependent people because they are the perfect victim to prey upon. The codependent has low self-esteem, a…

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About Forgiveness

Originally posted on CynthiaBaileyRug:
True forgiveness has been very warped by people.  So many thing it means “forgive & forget” & if you can’t do that, you’re no Christian & a terrible person.  I really don’t believe that however. ? Yes, the Bible states that we are to forgive those who have trespassed against us…

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Signs of Collective Narcissism 

Originally posted on MakeItUltra™:
Written by Eric C., MA., PhD Candidate Audio version available | Click here “In the final analysis I believe in man in spite of men.” ~Elie Wiesel I recall as a young boy thinking of girls as alien beings inhabiting the same planet but playing by a whole different set of…

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Three Ways To Disable Flying Monkeys

Who doesn’t like a monkey–unless it’s a flying monkey. I don’t know about you, but I love to go to the zoo and I could watch the monkeys for hours. Monkeys see and monkeys do. They love to imitate and respond to facial expressions. A few years ago, one of my nephews went to a […] […]

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Truth

Originally posted on Pearls Before Swine:
Truth is not debatable for integrity defends itself it is not held captive to the dogma of religion or held bondage within the framework of theology it is not trapped inside the walls of College classrooms, or oppressed by the lips of Baptist ministers, It wears no stars of…

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The Need for Acceptance

Originally posted on whatcherylsaid…:
The need for acceptance starts at an early age. In elementary school, we sit around the lunch table hoping one of the “cool” kids notices our new funky light up sneakers and want to sit down next to us. In high school, we work hard to join a sports team so we…

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