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Hero (noun): “the chief character in a story, play, or life who is greatly admired for how she overcomes obstacles.” #AHeroThrives. This story is Alyx’s story. Her essay follows our Q&A. ——————————— Who is Alexandrea Holder? Alyx is a South Florida native working toward a double Master’s degrees in Psychology and English. She finds the [...]

Blogger One Angry Daughter Gives Us the 411 on the “New” Narcissism

This post was written for GWNI by former blogger One Angry Daughter, who explains narcissism, and her personal experiences with navigating it, on her blog. Labels May Come and Labels May Go, but the Toxic Behavior Remains the Same At the end of 2010, the Adult Children of Narcissists (ACON) support circles were abuzz with the [...]

Books on Narcissism – 5 Books for Breaking Free from a Narcissist (Four-Part Series)

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But, wait, there’s more to learn!  Following is former blogger One Angry Daughter’s recommended reading list to learn more about narcissistic personality disorder. These link to pages, where about a gagillion other books on the topic of narcissism await you.  (While narcissists may have a lot to say, experts have way more to say about them!) [...]

How to Break Free from a Parent’s Narcissistic Personality Disorder (Part Four in a Four-Part Series)

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This is the final post in a four-part series by One Angry Daughter, who shares her experience and resources for Adult Children of Narcissists on her blog, One Angry Daughter Still Striving for Acceptance My journey has come full circle when it comes to acceptance.  In the beginning I was still a child seeking the [...]

How to Break Free from a Parent’s Narcissistic Personality Disorder (Part Three in a Four-Part Series)

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This is the third post in a four-part series by former blogger ‘One Angry Daughter,’ who shares her wisdom for Adult Children of Narcissists. What’s Next? Due to all the strong emotions attached to the NPD-inflicted loved one, the first instinct is to try to save the relationship. A person involved with a narcissist must [...]