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Thriving Past Narcissistic Abuse: Making Peace with the Narcissist

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Narcissists and those who have a cluster B personality often engage in unhealthy relationships whereas they usually blame others for their mistakes, poor choices and feelings.  Narcissists seem to wish for others around them to change while they view themselves as perfect not needing any growth in the relationship. This can often influence painful and unpleasant emotions such as; anger, hurt, disappointment and anxiety.  These feelings can brew for years until one day they just errupt due to not being able to take it anymore.  It is usually at this time that the narcissist can seem to be shocked and puzzled as to why others feel as they do in the relationship with them.  Playing the blaming game is a favorite tactic of those who have a cluster B personality when they are challenged by loved ones to own and acknowledge their behavior.  Making peace during or after unhealthy relationships with narcissists is often avoided due to unresolved anger, pain and fear of rejection and or retailiation.  There are many factors which point to those who have a cluster B personality, which could clarify as what influences them to avoid resolving issues and conflict in their relationships.  Gaining closure and coming to peace with the past abusive relationship(s) is possible without involving the narcissist or anyone who has influenced painful memories due to trauamtic events in our lives.  May this episode inspire and motivate you to continue to thrive forward past narcissistic abuse and unhealthy relationships.

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