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Cheating in a Relationship - The Effect on the Brain  E-mail

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The goal of this website is to give support to people who are feeling depressed and unhappy with their lives. I am living in Europe and English is not my native language, I wish you will excuse me if I make some grammatical errors. I decided to write in English because I wish to reach as many people as I can around the world.

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How cheating affects the brain and the mind

Finding out that your romantic partner has been cheating on you can be devastating emotionally. Infidelity forces you to rebuild your image of yourself, your life and your relationship. You can no longer say to yourself "I am in a relationship where there is no dishonesty" and "I have never been cheated on". From now on you must think of yourself as a person who has experienced those things. This is what is meant by "rebuilding your image of yourself". It is painful to admit that the love of your spouse towards you is not as unconditional and pure as you have thought. If it was, your spouse could not have cheated on you.

In order for you to get over cheating and move on (with or without your spouse) you need to go through the "reorganization" period. During this period you are integrating this new view of yourself and your spouse into your thinking.

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Signs of Narcissistic Personality Disorder  E-mail

 

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The goal of this website is to give support to people who are feeling depressed and unhappy with their lives. I am living in Europe and English is not my native language, I wish you will excuse me if I make some grammatical errors. I decided to write in English because I wish to reach as many people as I can around the world.

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Recognizing a Narcissist

Many people who visit my support website say that they had never heard the term "narcissism" before they read about it from internet as they were searching for some explanation to the strange behavior of their spouse. It is important to spread the information of this behavioral disorder so that people who are in a relationship with a narcissistic person would not blame themselves of the problems in their relationship. The aim of this website is to help the victims of narcissists by providing information and support in form of articles and personal feedback.

A narcissist is a person who is suffering of narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). A narcissist is often lacking the ability to experience empathy and often feels he or she is superior in terms of intelligence and appearance or both. A narcissistic person is dependent of narcissistic supply (admiration and praise, unconditional love etc). Narcissism is currently believed to be partially genetic and partially caused by external factors such as the environment in which a child grows, the relationship between the child and parents, social environment and whether the child feels accepted by his or her community of friends.

It is very difficult for a narcissist to accept criticism and to see any flaws in his or her behavior. Instead a narcissist often sees others around him or her as less talented and less competent and is eager to criticize and blame other people if things go wrong. This kind of a tendency makes it quite hard to be in a romantic relationship with a narcissistic person.

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The Difficulty of Getting Over the Emotional Addiction to a Narcissist or an Abuser  E-mail

 

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The goal of this website is to give support to people who are feeling depressed and unhappy with their lives. I am living in Europe and English is not my native language, I wish you will excuse me if I make some grammatical errors. I decided to write in English because I wish to reach as many people as I can around the world.

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How to get over the emotional addiction to an abusive spouse

It is often very difficult to end a relationship with an abuser or a narcissistic person. Many people go through very similar emotions when they are trying to break free from a toxic relationship. It is amazing how similar the descriptions of these emotions are regardless of the differences in people's background, home country etc.

The hardest thing is to get over the emotional addiction to one's spouse. It helps to know we are not alone with out painful feelings. It is often easier to deal with the painful emotions when one knows those emotions are perfectly normal and knows what to expect from the following weeks and months. If you are trying to end a negative relationship I believe reading the story of this lady will be helpful for you. Knowledge is power. The more you know about the "enemy", in this case your emotional pain, the easier it is to defeat it.

 

Recovery after ending an abusive relationship with a narcissistic person

Understanding the true nature of the problem is the first step in solving the problem. If you learn to understand why you feel the way you do, you can teach yourself to control your emotions instead of letting your emotions control you. Do not go with the flow. You can speed up your recovery process with your own actions. The aim of this website is to help you to heal your heart and mind after experiencing negative things in your relationship. To familiarize yourself with the website, please visit the following sections:

Personal Stories

Recovery Process

Warm hug,

Maria

 

 
Are You in a Relationship with a Narcissist or an Abuser? This Article is for You  E-mail

 

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Dear Friends,

I was shocked to see a photo of a young Afghan woman who's husband had mutilated her face in a horrific way. The reason was that this 18 years old girl had left her husband who was a member of Taleban. The Taleban community gave the husband a permission to "punish" his wife by cutting off her nose and ears.

The photo of young Bibi Aisha (you can find the photo easily from Google by searching "Bibi Aisha") was chosen as "Photo of the Year" by World Press Photo Organization. It is said that a picture speaks more than 1000 words. Bibi Aisha's photo proves this statement to be correct. The young woman is astonishingly beautiful, her beauty creates a sharp contrast to the horror she went through in the hands of her husband. While we look at the photo, her visible injury does not allow us to forget what she has experienced.

This girl was saved by American troops and lives now in US. She is hoping to receive a prosthetic nose that allows her to live normal life again. While she is waiting for this she hides behind the veil to avoid shocked stare of people around her.

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