Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

When The Narcissist is Your Mother

And how it affects the children in the family

Photo by Paola Aguilar on Unsplash

My friend’s mom behaved like a narcissist. She ruled her family from the couch. This woman believed that she was the only one that was important. She had her grown children do most of the chores and cooking. She ordered everyone around all day long from her couch.

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L.A. Strucke

L.A. Strucke

Writer, Songwriter. Published in Chicken Soup for the Soul, Highlights for Children and Guideposts. Editor of The Creative Project.

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