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It is not my job to throw her a bone. It is not my job to parent her. It is not my job to take care of her. It is not my job to support her. It's not my fucking job. I could fall down the stairs and break my neck, I could be screaming in absolute agony and she would whine about herself. When I lost my job she started crying because SHE can't find a job. She's on disability!!! She has been for 15 years!!!

Tears streaming down her face! Hi Biggest Bone, You know what they say about guys who brag about being "big. Sounds like mommy was a whiny bitch and you're projecting onto No Name because you're too afraid that mommy will kick you out of the house if you dare stand up to her. Go clean up your room, mama's boy! Thank you for these many points. Now that you are an adult. Be mean to them. What else can i say rather than to thank Doctor Zakuza who God used to reunite my marriage.

Each day of my life, i ask God to bless Doctor Zakuza for he has made my life complete by bringing back my husband and also cured me from Herpes Simplex Virus that I've been suffering for the past 4 years and for this reason, i made a vow to my self that i will testify on the internet to let the world know that Doctor Zakuza is a God on Earth. My husband and i had a fight for three days which led to our divorce. On this faithful day, i came across a testimony of how Doctor Zakuza helped a lady in getting back her lover.

So, i contacted him and explained everything about my relationship and my health issues too and he told me that my days of sorrows are over that my husband will come back to me and i will be cured from the Herpes Simplex Virus within 12 to 16 hours.. Could you believe it, my husband came home begging that he needs me back and i was cured too from the illness. I will recommend anyone in need of any help whatsoever to reach him on his Email: doctorzakuzaspelltemple yahoo. Where you said "You don't live with them" it sounded just like every other blog.

What if you do still live with a narcissistic parent? Sure, you can remove yourself when you do have the means to, but it's become so uncomfortable I get this sickening feeling in my stomach every time I'm in the same room as her. I want you to see this, this won't work for everyone. For some, if you stick up for yourself verbally, it could turn physical or in my case, nearly thrown out multiple times. Each of my relationships have been destroyed, my current bf is regularly insulted and almost physically attacked once and now he won't come back to my place, I have to go see him, which isn't easy cause he's long distance and I've no transportation.

It's impossible to sympathize with someone when they're ruining your life and trust in people. Dad and siblings feel the wrath, too, but dad gets manipulated and siblings have long since moved out. She constantly talks about making changes to our home and doesn't help when we do pick up and make the place look nice. She says we're giving away our pets, kicking at them when she doesn't like their behavior and chasing them around the house yelling at them. It's been like this for years and I get dizzy and drowsy when she talks to me.

We get along when we speak very little to each other, but she always finds a fight in the calm and is always write, never flawed. Some people still living under the same roof are being overlooked because you assume we all have the means to get out. I'll have to get away at some point, but it's not always realistic to write "you don't live with them. It did get physical once, but going to the police would've ruined more lives than just hers.

This is very hard to talk about, she knows she's a narcissist and reading these pages tickles her, then she goes around asking everyone what it means as if she doesn't know, and then she says, "narcissism is a good thing, because it means you love yourself," and i've had to say, "well, it's really when you dislike yourself that you project it on others and belittle them.

Sooooo glad I'm not a parent. People worship so many male figures in the world today, and parenting is supposed to be a two-person job. Two people made the baby, two people messed the kid up, two people get the lashing. The fact that mothers are likely to blame for all your issues reminds us that they're probably still pissed they're the majority of the work in the home, and without compensation; while the man, the breadwinner, gets to feel like the hero for working full-time.

Comes home, puts his tired feet up, or maybe stirs the pasta briefly. Sternly reprimands the middle child. It's crazy how much crap women get today and not one ounce of worship that so many male figures get. Wake up people. Surely you've heard the phrase, "If Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy": it's true. My mother complained about everything and everyone most of the time, then complained about how much better other people had it than she did.

She was and is an oppositional, abusive tyrant even in her old age, like the mother "Throw Mama from the Train" but without a morsel of redeeming quality.

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And she excused herself by saying the same things you've expressed. Problem is the root of her misery rested in her own actions. Growing up, I prayed to marry a woman who was the opposite of my mother, and I've been blessed with a happy, wonderful life partner. All things considered, everything's great: our home is a warm, loving place where we and our children find rest. It's as if God proclaimed, "David, you suffered enough through childhood: it's time for your life to be full of blessings.

I have had the "privilege" of having two scary mommies in my life. Being adopted by birth and growing up without any knowledge of my biological background. A closed adoption, but it never felt strange back then and I always lived in a kind of accepting grateful attitude. What I now can see was a perfect set up to become a people pleaser codependent most of my life.

To make the story short, I did find and reunited with my biological mother and father in my early twenties. The big wake up call happened decades later when exhaustion of being the kind, loyal, giving and caring girl hit the wall. Falling apart and realizing how I was giving away my lifeforce, my power, my freedom and ulimately my happiness to hurtful and dysfunctional mothers especially. All the crazy dramas and emotional blackmail I continuously played a part in. Me being the heroic fixer and caretaker in every way.

Becoming more and more a shadow of myself, confused and depressed. Feeling unreal, a big pretender, a big fake,a big mistake, feeling unsupported, fearful, unsafe and feeling of being strangled. I finally woke up and claimed my "declaration of independence". As mindful as possible setting boundaries without blame and shame.

The truth of Hurt people Hurt people is just so true. We are forced to look outwards to determine our place, rather than assuming the position of our own personal wholeness and self asserted value. Finally free to be, my life is on a path of healing, growing and building wholeness. Becoming more conscious of all the energies we surround ourselves and make more healthy choices with more healthy boundaries. Peace, Love and Joy have become my guiding stars. Mark Banschick, M. Back Psychology Today. Back Find a Therapist.

Back Get Help. Back Magazine. Subscribe Issue Archive. Back Today. When Should You Share a Secret? Mark Banschick M. Friend me on Faceook. Connect with me on LinkedIn. Submitted by Anonymous on December 4, - pm. Thank you, Dr. What the hell are you talking Submitted by susan on March 6, - pm.

Submitted by jp on December 1, - pm. Thank You, MB. Undeserving of pity Submitted by Anon on December 1, - am. Leaving out the word ''Bipolar'' I see. Very sneaky Mark,very sneaky. And ''narcissism'' really? Thanks, MB.

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Narcissistic mother Submitted by Candace on June 29, - am. Narcissists Submitted by Anonymous on December 24, - am. Your mother sounds truly awful. Then the scary drive to my place. No hugs nothing just "don't use this as an excuse for bad behaviour" Okay so the neuro plays up to mum trying not to worry everyone i know its bull shit but i am just the patient so who cares what i think and more tests are ordered. I find out years later all my other siblings were disowned too and she had been feeding them complete BS about me Good old scapegoat I was Hell knows that's the only way she ever knew how to interact with me.

Candace, I think that Submitted by James on July 1, - pm. Candace, I think that sometimes friends outside of family can be more of a family. Hope this helps! What I try to do is I use Facebook dating sites and community things to make friends People don't usually visit me but i have an active social life..

Maybe there is or maybe YOU are the expert having dealt with such cruelty And there is social engagement in this? I would join that group and i know a bunch of other autoimmune that will You deserve validation strong Candace. Don't Submitted by Me again on February 6, - am. Seriously just stick her in a nursing home. Stuff the crotchety old bitch when do you get to live? She's had her whole life having fun messing with people She can go somewhere safe and shut the hell up Oh and don't forget to leave a carefully worded notice with the matron because your dear mother will no doubt lie and claim u abused her The Lies Submitted by M on March 7, - am.

If you don't draw the line, she will suck the very marrow from your bones. It Submitted by say so on May 17, - am.

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NP mother Submitted by Anonymous on October 8, - pm. The best thing is to have Submitted by Anonymous on January 6, - pm. Yup Submitted by been there on March 18, - pm. Dig it! Submitted by Abused Child of a Cunt on September 15, - am. Helping teen daughter with her narcissistic mother Submitted by Dad dealing with teen daughter's NPD mom on June 16, - pm. Very difficult story. I am so very sorry. And if any reader is feeling acutely unsafe a emergency room consultation is wise. Thanks Dr. Banschick Submitted by End of Rope on September 14, - pm. No Contact Submitted by Andrew on October 7, - pm.

Forgiveness Submitted by Pamela on May 29, - pm. I don't know how he does it Forgiveness Submitted by Elizabeth on October 10, - am. Where's my bone? Submitted by No Name on July 3, - pm. She's got piles of bones to chew on. Hell she's got a bone throwing machine in the back yard. My mother is a covert narcissist I could fall down the stairs and break my neck, I could be screaming in absolute agony and she would whine about herself.

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She doesn't love me. She just says she does. So the challenge for us is, are we ready for change? And I come here as a wife who loves my husband and believes he will be an extraordinary president. For nothing in my life ever would have predicted that I would be standing here as the first African-American First Lady.

And so I did. It is something to own. Michelle Obama is a strong and intelligent woman. She made several high-profile speeches in favor of Clinton and appeared multiple times on the campaign trail. Even after leaving the White House, Michelle remains highly sought after for her words of wisdom. Hopefully, these Michelle Obama quotes have inspired and motivated you to reach your full potential.

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Which of the quotes was your favorite? Tell us all about it in the comment section below. The prayers i daily say as a woman is to one day get to reach even a half of such a great mind. Thankyou and May our Good Lord abudantly bless and grace you and Family…. KENYA here got your heart. Michelle Obama is an exceptionally talented wisdom nucleus, whose fantastic attitude to life is dynamited by humility and powerfully portrayed as globally motivating.

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But again and again he saw her dark, beaming eyes fixed upon him; and once, when he asked her a question, she could answer him even better than the other children. She had not only heard, but understood his words, and pondered them in her heart. Her father, a poor but honest man, had placed his daughter at the school on the conditions that she should not be instructed in the Christian faith.

But it might have caused confusion, or raised discontent in the minds of the other children if she had been sent out of the room, so she remained; and now it was evident this could not go on. The teacher went to her father, and advised him to remove his daughter from the school, or to allow her to become a Christian. Then the father burst into tears. I must keep my vow: it is to me even as a covenant with God Himself. Years rolled by. In one of the smallest provincial towns, in a humble household, lived a poor maiden of the Jewish faith, as a servant.

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Her hair was black as ebony, her eye dark as night, yet full of light and brilliancy so peculiar to the daughters of the east. It was Sarah. The expression in the face of the grown-up maiden was still the same as when, a child, she sat on the schoolroom form listening with thoughtful eyes to the words of the Christian teacher. Every Sunday there sounded forth from a church close by the tones of an organ and the singing of the congregation. The Jewish girl heard them in the house where, industrious and faithful in all things, she performed her household duties.

The music and singing of the congregation sounded in her ears while at work in her kitchen, till the place itself became sacred to her. Then she would read in the Old Testament, that treasure and comfort to her people, and it was indeed the only Scriptures she could read. Faithfully in her inmost thoughts had she kept the words of her father to her teacher when she left the school, and the vow he had made to her dying mother that she should never receive Christian baptism.

The New Testament must remain to her a sealed book, and yet she knew a great deal of its teaching, and the sound of the gospel truths still lingered among the recollections of her childhood. One evening she was sitting in a corner of the dining-room, while her master read aloud. It was not the gospel he read, but an old story-book; therefore she might stay and listen to him.

The story related that a Hungarian knight, who had been taken prisoner by a Turkish pasha, was most cruelly treated by him.