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Toxic Relationships: Scientists Say THIS is Why Going No Contact is So Hard | QueenBeeing

No Contact doesn’t mean No Contact except for x, y and z. By No Contact, I mean NO — zero, nada, zilch — Contact. To use Freshmen Orientation parlance: No means no.” ~Shrink4Men.com

So, you’re considering going “no contact” with your narcissist. Congrats, you’re on your way to finally taking back your life. Are you ready to leave? Have you already left, or are you still trying to decide what to do?

Read more – Walking on Eggshells: Why You Haven’t Left Your Narcissist Yet

In any case, you need to know something important: it’s not your fault that you feel so drawn to your abuser.

Why do you still want your narcissist when he is or was so terrible to you?

http://queenbeeing.com/no-contact-conundrum-scientists-say-cant-quit-narcissist/

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