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Tactics of a Narcissistic Mother by Gail Meyers

Tactics of a Narcissistic Personality Disordered Mother

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The Narcissist's Mask Slipped. Photo used with written permission from Artist Sherit Ra via Deviant Art


© by Gail Meyers


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*This article was originally published by Gail Meyers on October 15, 2011 under the title of When Your Mother Has Narcissistic Personality Disorder.  It was moved to this blog due to being copied from top to bottom, then the original being targeted in order to remove it from the search results and gain priority over the original.  It has now been moved againto reflect an expansion of topic, consolidate and hopefully having been control of the digital property. This many years later, the cyberstalking thieves are still at it.


Take this with you for easy reference during the move, Summer 2017.



Healing from a Narcissistic Mother

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Hello. Healing from a Narcissistic Mother has moved to Echo Scapegoat Recovery Tactics©on Blogger. It is being proofread and updated during the move, but will back up shortly. In the meantime join us on Echo Scapegoat Recovery Tactics© on Blogger and around the web @recoverytactics.
Gail 


Movies about Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder

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Movies about Narcissism and Narcissistic Personality Disorder by Gail Meyers has moved to Echo Scapegoat Recovery Tactics, so I'm leaving this here in order to give everyone time to update their links. It will be proofread and posted again soon.

Summer 2017 move to Echo Scapegoat Recovery Tactics on Blogger and around the web @recoverytactics

The Dangers of Expecting a Deathbed Apology from Your Narcissistic Mother

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The Dangers of Expecting a Deathbed Apology from Your Narcissistic Mother has moved to Echo Scapegoat Recovery Tactics© on Blogger as part of the Summer 2017 move - around the web @recoverytactics It will be posted again soon. In  the meantime, be sure to join us there!



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sparkster 22 months ago from Here To Eternity Level 6 Commenter Very interesting and informative. People often fail to realize the extent of this disorder. It took me a long time (over a decade) to realize that my (ex)partner would never admit the truth to me or apologize for her actions even when I was on my deathbed because of the abuse (and abuse by proxy).
Naima Manal 18 months ago from NY It must be very difficult for a child to emerge from this experience without scars. But I hope that many people with this experience are able to find wholeness and closure while maintaining what is important …

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