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For Hanna... A recovery from narcissistic sociopath relationship abuse.

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Men and Relationships - Enjoy being Single and Happy with it. The minute you crave the control of wanting a relationship is the minute you end up in a dysfunctional one. The pattern then translates to attracting more dysfunction as you search out "the one". Take a time out and regroup with your foundations. The last thing you want is to start thinking that everybody is an idiot or psychopath. lol

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co-dependency. It was horrible until I learned how harmful this co-dependency crap really is. It took many hours of therapy, many years of practice, and most important of all......my desire to be happy in the life I created for myself, with my husband and daughters. Once I got it, no one could pull me in. It was not easy, but being co-dependent wasn't easy either.

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Recovery from Emotionally Abusive Relationships Education about Narcissists, Sociopaths, and other Toxic People. Don't be a victim, don't just survive, Thrive LET THIS BOARD BE YOUR AHA MOMENT, PLEASE SHARE!!!

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RELATIONSHIP BY YOUR BEHAVIOR. WHY WOULD YOU DO THIS IF YOU LOVE THE PERSON? MANY PEOPLE GROW UP IN DYSFUNCTIONAL FAMILIES & WE GET A BIT MORE TAINTED THEN WE MIGHT THINK. SOME PEOPLE HOLD ON TOO TIGHTLY TO THE PAST & IT PREVENTS YOU FROM GOING TO YOUR PRESENT RELATIONSHIP. YOU CAN’T BE IN TWO PLACES MENTALLY OR PHYSICALLY AT THE SAME TIME. 1.IT CONFUSES YOU. 2. IT BRINGS CONFUSION INTO YOUR NEW RELATIONSHIP 3. WHAT YOU GET IS A DYSFUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIP. WHATEVER ISSUES YOU HAVE YOU WILL…

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assume responsibility - A dysfunctional relationship or family is no ones fault but the do'ers and the allow'ers. Dysfunctional people turn a cheek to realty, affairs, abuse. None are acceptable or fashionable, but instead shameful, embarrassing and humiliating to all those involved.

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too bad you are only in love with the feeling of *falling in love* after that dies, so does your relationships.

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you can choose to hide behind the hurt and trauma you've been stockpiling your whole life using it as an excuse to justify your behavior or avoiding dealing with the issues risking dysfunctional relationships...

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