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The Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI) measures two pervasive, independent dimensions of personality, Extraversion-Introversion and Neuroticism-Stability, which account for most of the variance in the personality domain. Each form contains 57 “Yes-No” items with no repetition of items. The inclusion of a falsification scale provides for the detection of response distortion. The traits measured are Extraversion-Introversion […]

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Free From Toxic by Bree Bonchay, Lcsw - 8M ago

I read so many quotes, like the ones pictured in the memes below, that talk about how love is in the little things. Or, how the little things are proof of love and evidence of why you should stay with your partner. Although the little things are important and make love sweeter, people often place more […]

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If you have ever fallen for a narcissist or psychopath and have spun your wheels combing through every memory, conversation, email and text message searching for clues of where things went wrong, what was real and what was fake, and any signs you may have missed along the way, what you’ll come to discover are […]

The post The 7 Most Deceptive Narc-Sadistic Manipulation Tactics Exposed appeared first on Free From Toxic.

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  If you’ve entered into a new relationship, and you suddenly begin to feel less good about yourself and start to develop any of the following symptoms: depression, anxiety, feelings of guilt, frustration, or your self-confidence diminishes, you might be in a relationship with a master manipulator. Emotional manipulation isn’t something we consider is happening […]

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  For many of us, the New Year signals a fresh start, renewal and the start of a new chapter. It’s a special time because it brings the hope of new beginnings and possibilities. On New Year’s Day, after the celebrations end and the champagne toasts are over, many of us take time to reevaluate our lives. […]

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If you’ve been the target of a narcissist’s smear campaign, you know it’s one of the most devastatingly effective, and vicious attacks you can find yourself on the receiving end of. The narcissist uses the smear campaign for three main reasons:  To distract people’s attention away from the truth  For damage control and reputation management […]

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World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day is June 1, and everyone, unless you’re living under a rock, has heard the word narcissist. In fact, the word is tossed around so liberally these days, its meaning becoming so diluted, that posting an occasional selfie can make people suspect you of being a narcissist. Ironically, despite the popularity […]

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I’m a believer in the popular “we attract what we are” philosophy, but so often it is used in a way that often becomes unintentionally shaming, and in my opinion- false. For instance, think of how people have told you that if you’ve attracted a negative event or person, like a narcissist into your life, […]

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Unfortunately, for most survivors of narcissistic abuse, ending an emotionally abusive relationship and going no contact doesn’t immediately put an end to or erase the damage left behind from the trauma of being in a toxic relationship. We anticipate having to deal with the normal emotions and grief that accompanies any major loss, especially the […]

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Bree Bonchay, LCSW and Athena Moberg, CPC, are hosting a virtual World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day Telesummit. We have hand-picked speakers who have unparalleled expertise in their fields… who are devoted to helping people and raising awareness… who we have the utmost respect for… and who we knew could shed light on all aspects of narcissistic abuse

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