Crisis Reveals True Character

Our entire world is in survival mode right now. If the COVID-19 crisis we are currently experiencing does us only one favor, then it is revealing the true character of those we deem to be our loving and caring partners, family members, or friends. It would not be much of Continue Reading

What Happened to Time?

It is without a doubt that we live in a fast-paced world today. However, as we all know, instant gratification is usually a short-lived experience and nothing to base our happiness on, so what is the matter with taking a step back and consider if the choices we make are Continue Reading

“What are your strengths?” a Useless Question

Have you ever left a job interview feeling stripped down and misjudged? Have you ever followed up later and seen who actually got the job with your head shaking, “How is this possible?“ In a time where sociopathy is on the rise, “What are your strengths?” seems like a useless Continue Reading

Reproductive Abuse and Coercion

Today, I want to address a subject that is still not known to many people, but has received rising attention in the past few years: Reproductive Abuse and Coercion. Reproductive abuse or coercion is the manipulation of someone’s reproductive health or decision-making as a means of controlling another person. Some Continue Reading

Stay for the children?

“We stay together for our children.” Parents First off, this article may surprise you, if you know that I do not have children. So how can I possibly be the judge of this situation? I can, because I was one of the children in a household of domestic violence where Continue Reading

The Book Aisle Sociopath

We are amidst the Christmas season, the malls are crowded, the music and decoration awake the spirit in us, and everyone is out buying presents for their loved ones. Everywhere we go, we feel love around us. Some of us spend those days with their families or partners, others are Continue Reading

Vancouver: BWSS 40 Years Later

Last Monday, I attended BWSS’s 40 Years Later celebration at the Orpheum in Vancouver with special guest Tarana Burke, the founder of the #MeToo movement. BWSS stands for Battered Women’s Support Services and was founded 40 years ago by two brave women who would not give up to fight and Continue Reading

About the book Please click here. What this page IS about is a source of information on narcissistic abuse in addition to the same-called book Narcotic Love: In and Out of the Coma of Narcissistic Abuse. It provides blog posts and a form of community for victims and survivors Continue Reading