The Controversial Idea of Parental Alienation.

Are Some Divorcing Parents Brainwashing Their Children? The Controversial Idea of Parental Alienation.

The stakes are enormous – a child can end up in the custody of an abuser, or an innocent parent can be labeled a monster. A family court judge must decide who is telling the truth and then seal the family’s fate.

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How Parents’ Bitter Divorce and Custody Battle Led to the Disappearance of Two Sisters.

I guess if you’re in that situation where you’ve been stripped of everything related to your children, you don’t know what to do,” she said. “When I called Missing and Exploited Children… They told me that I did not have any legal rights to the children … the courts had completely tied my hands.”

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Emphatic people are natural targets for sociopaths – protect yourself.

People targeted by a sociopath often respond with self-deprecating comments like “I was stupid”, “what was I thinking” of “I should’ve listened to my gut instinct”. But being involved with a sociopath is like being brainwashed. The sociopath’s superficial charm is usually the means by which s/he conditions people.

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This simple ‘scratch test’ can help identify narcissism.

People who are narcissists are almost proud of the fact.

You can ask them directly because they don’t see narcissism as a negative quality — they believe they are superior to other people and are fine with saying that publicly.”

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The 7 signs that you may be dealing with a ‘covert narcissist’.

In this article are seven signs of an introvert narcissist, with references to the book “How to Successfully Handle Narcissists“. While some people may exhibit a few of the following traits at one time or another, a pathologically introverted narcissist tends to dwell habitually in several of the following personas, while remaining largely unaware of (or unconcerned with) how these behaviors affect others.

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How to tell if you were raised by a narcissist.

Consider going low or no-contact with abusive or manipulative parents. Not all narcissistic parents are abusive, explains Malkin.

But parents with extreme forms of narcissism can leave their adult children feeling like shells of themselves, and sometimes the safest thing for adult children to do is to limit their exposure to these toxic relationships, especially if the parents don’t think they have anything to apologize for.

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Setting boundaries with your narcissistic parents.


After a period, these new boundaries will become habits for the adult and the impact of the narcissist will be greatly diminished. The best part is that even though the relationship seems shallow, it functions at a much safer and healthier level.

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Can one simple question identify narcissistic people?

The difference is that this new survey — which the researchers call the Single Item Narcissism Scale (SINS) — has one question, while the NPI has 40 questions to answer.

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