Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Denial does not look within

The first thing to note is that what you’re doing right now are not the actions of a pathological narcissist.

Consider this.

Victims of abuse when awakening from the fog, pursue information and seek to raise their understanding of what has happened to them in order to heal.

It is a proactive step taken to address the very real harm they have experienced, to heal and to rebuild their lives.

And it is no lackadaisical, half-hearted thing, is it gorgeous one?

It can in fact become all-consuming for a time.

Why do you think that might be?

It is such a deep-seated need because of the magnitude of the suffering you have borne. Because of the trauma. It is sense-making in action.

You will not find a NPD’d individual on this same journey.

Am I in denial? Am I the narcissist?

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