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Sometimes I’m a stranger to myself

There are times when I hear or see him reading his Bible, that I feel disgusted or really angry.  There are times that I let myself get so hurt and so angry that I lash out or engage in futile … Continue reading

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Is he apologizing? (part six)

This part of the article talks about what looks like an apology, but really isn’t.  If someone seems to be apologizing, but you still feel in your gut that something is off, the explanation might be in this part. Here’s … Continue reading

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Back to the article (part four)

He’s acting contrite, with much sighing.  The contrariness must be like a bile that builds and has to be occasionally vomited on me.  I don’t know.  I don’t really want to even think about it right now. I’m going to … Continue reading

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Just in case

Just in case the links go wonky, here is the article in entirety: Narcissistic Pathology of Everyday Life: The Denial of Remorse and Gratitude Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D. Stanley Lependorf, Ph.D. This essay attempts a phenomenological study of ordinary, day-to-day manifestations … Continue reading

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