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The Dangers of Emotional Bonding In Narcissistic Abusive Relationships

How Stockholm Syndrome Arises in Abusive Relationships

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As someone that has survived and escaped several narcissistic relationships, I would like to share a little insight into the powerful emotions and manipulations within the mind that happen. Understanding why people suffer, continue to suffer, or gravitate…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Doreen Barker

Doreen Barker

Creator of Stories of Food Production, Farm Girl, Writer of Life and Mental Health, Abuse Warrior and Mentor

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