The relationship we have with ourselves and our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ are the two most important relationships that we will ever have. Yes, the relationships we have with our loved ones are also important, however, our ability to be a positive influence to those around us directly depends on our relationship with ourself and the Lord.
One of the most upsetting things about dating a narcissist for me has been how I was lead to believe he was a mighty man of God…a Believer. I found myself caught up in trying to make the relationship work, so I gave it all that I had. It wasn’t until years later that I came to terms with the fact that the relationship was not of God but was sent to destroy various areas of my life.
A Domestic Violence Advocate that helps Christian Women who are so over Narcissistically Abusive men identify them before getting involved…OR…how to identify if you are already in relationship with one.
The Narcissist will intentionally discard you at the worst possible time in your life. This discard will take place during unfortunate life situations such as losing a job, a loved one, or after receiving a negative diagnosis.
The idea of becoming free from a Narcissistically Abusive relationship but agreeing to be friends is a quite complex decision to make.
YIELD: 2 TO 4 Thai Coconut Curry Shrimp Noodle Bowls total time: 35 MINS
This honey garlic shrimp recipe is quick and easy to prepare. Ready in 20 minutes, this healthy dinner will join your regular dinner rotation. Serve with brown rice and vegetables, grill on skewers, or serve over salad. Ingredients 1/3 cup honey 1/4 cup soy sauce (I use reduced sodium) 1 Tablespoon minced garlic optional: 1 teaspoon minced fresh ginger 1 lb medium uncooked shrimp, peeled & deveined 2 teaspoons olive oil optional: chopped green onion for garnish
If you have dated a narcissist for any length of time, you are definitely aware of their fascination with sabotaging holidays, birthdays, graduations, you name it. Whatever the event, I’m sure their footprint of misery supersedes the memory. Whether it’s the disappearing act, the sudden argument or the silent treatment, the narcissist is determined to steal the joy out of any celebratory event. And they will continue to do so, year after year…after year. The bigger the event or holiday, the better. So with that being said, it’s no wonder why Christmas is the opportune time for the narcissist’s dark side to be on display. The narcissist has absolutely no problem bringing the joy of Christmas to a halt and redirecting all attention onto themselves. That’s what the Grinch-like behavior is all about, stealing your joy and gaining your attention. The narcissist hates to see anyone truly happy because it reminds them of their misery which is unbearable. So in order to get relief from their own miserable selves, the narcissist will project their misery …
Last night I listened to one of my favorite gospel music groups, Worshipmob. I sang along (off-key of course), worshipped God and gave Him my praise, with tears streaming
The realization that the man you were convinced was your soulmate is, in fact, a Narcissist can be quite overwhelming. The inner flood of emotions stirring up within can leave you wondering if you will ever recover from such a betrayal. How could someone be so cruel? Did he ever truly love me or was it all a lie? How did I not know that he was a fraud? These are just a few of the many questions within you demanding to be answered.