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Recovering from narcissistic families and relationships.
Julie L. Hall on March 25, 2023
Peering into the narcissistic personality beyond the DSM.
Julie L. Hall on March 5, 2023
Why narcissists love to play the victim.
Julie L. Hall on February 20, 2023
Projective identification is the psychological mechanism of narcissistic family scapegoating.
Julie L. Hall on January 9, 2023
These A-to-Z truths about narcissistic parents will help you release denial and work on recovery.
Julie L. Hall on December 11, 2022
How could something so good feel so bad?
Julie L. Hall on November 21, 2022
Here's how narcissists undercut their kids, including the golden child.
Julie L. Hall on October 20, 2022
Children raised by narcissists often experience relational trauma and insecure attachment.
Julie L. Hall on May 15, 2022
3. They blame you for your parents' abusiveness toward you.
Julie L. Hall on April 4, 2022
In a rush to forgive your narcissistic parents? Here are 9 excuses we make for them that we shouldn't.
Julie L. Hall on March 6, 2022
Queer-identified people face unique vulnerabilities to narcissistic abuse.
Julie L. Hall on March 4, 2022
Why are narcissists so maddeningly resistant to change?
Julie L. Hall on February 6, 2022
The most common variations of the child scapegoat role, and how they can cope and eventually break free.
Julie L. Hall on November 4, 2021
Here's how narcissistic grandparents really affect their grandchildren.
Julie L. Hall on October 13, 2021
Blaming narcissism on narcissistic people won't solve the problem. Narcissism is people in survival mode, and we need to stop its cascading trauma.
Julie L. Hall on October 7, 2021
Here's what we're getting wrong about narcissism and why it matters.
Julie L. Hall on July 26, 2021
The narcissist's attachment style is antagonistic, and that's dangerous in relationships.
Julie L. Hall on June 29, 2021
Narcissists engage in ongoing forms of denial, from subtle distortions to outright lies.
Julie L. Hall on April 3, 2021
Professionals owe it to their clients to avoid these pitfalls.
Julie L. Hall on April 1, 2021
The most common form of abuse, neglect is a fixture in narcissistic families.
Julie L. Hall on February 21, 2021
Here's how this classic gaslighting routine works and how to handle it.