What I Meant to Do – Cell Phones

  If you were to ask anyone who knows me what my super power is, they would all say the same thing:  Losing My Cellphone.  If this was a sport I'd be captain, and handily lead my team to victory.  I lose my phone at least once a day.  When people ask me what I … Continue reading What I Meant to Do – Cell Phones

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Escaping Narcissistic Abuse – the Mt. Everest of Recovery

If you are stuck in a toxic relationship, there are concrete steps you can take to escape. Comparing this endeavor to climbing Mt. Everest, here is a list of steps to take to begin recovery. Using these steps to establish a new base camp for your life.

Acting, Lies & the Narcissist

My youngest son drove me to a Dr's appointment tonight.    It's often illuminating spending time with captive children, and tonight did not disappoint. My son has recently started working as a cashier in the market down the street from our home.  While waiting for my prescription, he launched into a tirade about how much … Continue reading Acting, Lies & the Narcissist

How Narcissists’ Damage Children

My boss, the one who recently lost her son, was upset yesterday.  She told me she didn't know how she was going to handle the upcoming weekend.  Her son is a senior in college, and this weekend is Senior Night at the football game.  She wasn't too concerned initially, because in high school parents escorted … Continue reading How Narcissists’ Damage Children

Actions Speak Louder than Words

My oldest son is 25.  I mention this because he is now the age that represents the amount of time I was with his father.  He spent copious amounts of time as a child with his dad, traveling around playing baseball.  For him this meant time with his dad, which has influenced his thought process.  … Continue reading Actions Speak Louder than Words