Architects of Annihilation or Impetus for Improvement?

The Narcopath Burns Everything to the Ground

Ryan Cryar@itellyahwhut

In the beginning of my journey following a fifteen-year marriage to a narcissistic psychopath, I often thought to myself, “If one more person comes up to me and tells me to embrace my loss and celebrate the freedom to learn and grow and create an improved version of myself, I swear I might just…

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After the discard phase in a relationship with a personality disordered partner, there is severe trauma that can result in PTSD and other life altering turmoil. Recovery can be painfully slow with dysregulated brain chemicals, a physiological response, addiction, and more.

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Prajinta Pesqueda

Prajinta Pesqueda

Educator, aspiring humanist, composer of words. Survivor, warrior, healer, believer. Contact me at Narc2Thrive@gmail.com

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