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Are All Mental Illnesses Related? David Kessler’s explanation of “Capture” could explain the basis of Narcissism

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Are All Mental Illnesses Related?

David Kessler’s explanation of “Capture” could explain the formation and basis of Narcissism.

Who isDavid Kessler? He is the former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.

His argument is that the process he refers to as “Capture”, is the “common mechanism” for all forms of Mental Illness and that it is based on the hard Wiring of the Brain and not on Chemical Imbalances.

David Kessler‘s view about “Capture,correlates well with MRI Brain Scans of Narcissists and Psychopaths. Those Brain Scans show that their Brains react and process information differently than the general population.

Empathy lights up specific ares of a “more normal” Brain. Such does not happen with individuals with Cluster-B disorders. I have read that Brain Scans of Psychopaths indicate that areas of their Brains related to enjoyment light up when…

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Adult Children with Cluster B personalities socially abuse and scapegoat parents

There is absolutely nothing noble or “loving” about allowing a toxic adult child to scapegoat and blame you perpetually for their own socially toxic behavior.

Source: Adult Children with Cluster B personalities socially abuse and scapegoat parents

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narcissistic sociopathic parent

The narcissistic sociopathic parent is internalized in many of his/her children. The child feels at the mercy of these cruel and unpredictable individuals. Due to this fusion, some children feel like slaves even after they have physically left their homes. Working with the aftermath of growing up with a narcissistic sociopath parent often involves participating in skilled psychotherapy. Others use various healing modalities like gentle hatha yoga, varying forms of meditation, creative pursuits, support groups and friendships.

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Psychopaths see children as an inconvenience.

In his book, Without Conscience, Dr. Robert Hare writes, “Indifference to the welfare of children—their own as well as those of the man or woman they happen to be living with at the time—is a common theme in our files of psychopaths. (He prefers the term ‘psychopaths.’) Psychopaths see children as an inconvenience.”*

This indifference to children’s welfare may take many forms. Sociopaths may leave children—even infants—alone or in the care of unreliable babysitters. They may fail to provide children with food and proper clothing.

Sociopaths who appear to be taking care of their children may still be manipulating the kids for their own purposes. They may:

  • Demand certain behavior or accomplishments—for their own image, not for the benefit of the child.
  • Inflict emotional abuse, so that children have no concept of normalcy.
  • Deliberately try to corrupt a child through inappropriate or dangerous activities, such as pornography.

When sociopaths are involved with children, always be on guard.

Co-parenting with a sociopath

Many sociopaths appear to be outwardly respectable, and are therefore able to convince family courts that they should continue to have parental rights. Courts seem especially reluctant to accept that a mother may be a sociopath and is damaging to the child. If you are co-parenting with a sociopath, expect to be hassled.

For your own mental health, maintain No Contact as best you can. Exchange the bare minimum of information about the child with your ex—preferably by e-mail or Our Family Wizard. If you must deliver or pick up a child for visitation, have someone with you or ring the doorbell and then wait in the car.

Never let the sociopath into your home for any reason. Do not give your ex any information about your life. Resist any baiting. The sociopath will try to undermine and hurt you through the children. Document everything that happens.

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The Six Hallmarks of a Sociopath

Do you know any sociopaths? Chances are, your answer is, “Only on TV.” And chances are, you’re wrong. The media’s portrayal of the sociopath is actually more a caricature of a psychopath. Tony Soprano, Hannibal Lecter, Dexter Morgan. All appear…

Source: The Six Hallmarks of a Sociopath

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Sociopathic Parents and Their Effects on Children – HealthyPlace

Sociopathic parents exist and can cause great harm, both emotionally and physically, to their children. Read and see how.

Source: Sociopathic Parents and Their Effects on Children – HealthyPlace

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Change of Blog Title

Breaking Sarah - Bruised, Not Broken

My dear friends and followers, I think it is time for a change in the title of this blog as I no longer feel like I am broken.

The changes I have encountered, the loved ones I have had to let go of and leave behind, the challenges I have risen to, finding myself and accepting myself through all the pain,  I am bruised but no longer broken.

I wish the same for all of you out there, feeling lost, feeling broken – be proud of your bruises, take comfort in knowing they did not break you after all. Scars are a reminder of where we have been and what we have overcome. They are not a weakness – they show our strength!


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A Deeper Look At Triangulation

Learn how to shift your consciousness so that triangulation and other narcissistic tactics can no longer affect you.

Source: A Deeper Look At Triangulation

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Successes in Overcoming Severe Alienation

I have had some success in reversing my ex’s obsessive parental alienation.

Let me first start with where I began.

My ex refuses to co-parent, even after 12 years of divorce. He went above and beyond denigration, sabotage, and the abuse of my relationships with my three daughters.

He’d show up on school at nights after 9pm with presents. Most notably he has and continues to disrupt holidays and vacations with texts, emails and phone calls.

It really got out of hand when our daughters started puberty. He manipulated our girls, intimidated mutual friends and neighbors in his campaign to participate in persecuting me professionally and socially. Many felt they had to choose sides. I forgive them.

This resulted in two major personal breakdowns that resulted in losing my job, my good credit rating, and almost my life. There is no greater sorrow then a woman who loses her child. In my case, it was three beautiful young women. The courts were no help. My ex manipulated our girls in so many inappropriate ways…and the court system did nothing to recognize or stop the abusive and inappropriate behavior.

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Parental Alienation and the Christian: My Story

Alienated Mom's Blog

I’d sure like to start this blog entry by saying that everything worked out for me in the end, but it didn’t. My story of parental alienation continues, sadly.

I was married back in the early eighties. My husband was a drug pusher and cheater, and that’s why I finally divorced  him.  Well, he also abused me physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally. He cheated on me on our honeymoon, if you can believe it. So, after my patience and tolerance ran out after about three years of misery and infidelity, I left him, taking our two small kids with me.

And the hell began. He and his mother began lying about me, taking me to court time after time and filling the judges ears with lie after lie. My ex even had some of his drug pusher buddies ready to testify against me (liars!). When my kids went to visit him and his…

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