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Protect Yourself from Narcissistic In-Law During the Holidays and Always by Linda Martinez-Lewi, Ph.D...
Holidays with relatives can be challenging to say the least, especially if they are narcissists. Narcissists don’t change because there is a special occasion. They may put on their elaborate mask for a while but don’t be surprised if they attempt to jab your psychological ribs before the event is over. One of the most important tactics is to never be alone with a narcissistic in-law for a moment. Make sure that a friend or relative whom you trust is with you. Narcissists release their most onerous psychological projections when you are alone with them face to face.

At many events it is possible to greet the narcissist politely and then move on to visit the other guests. Do not let them engage you in conversation. Keeping an ample physical distance from the narcissist is one of the keys to avoiding any interchanges with your narcissistic in-laws. Read more at http://thenarcissistinyourlife.com/protect-yourself-from-narcissistic-in-laws-during-the-holidays-and-always-2/
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Thanksgiving -- The Holiday Narcissists Will Never "Get" by Anna Valerious on Narcissists Suck at https://narcissists-suck.blogspot.com/2007/11/thanksgiving-holiday-narcissists-will . html
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Some families are so toxic that your physical and emotional health is in danger - and in these cases you must. Some families are so toxic that your physical and emotional health is in danger – and in these cases you must carefully weigh how much damage seeing and interacting with your family will bring and whether it is worth going. Eileen Bailey, Health Central

Toxic Families: Going Home for Thanksgiving by Eileen Bailey on Health Central at http://www.healthcentral.com/anxiety/c/1443/157307/toxic-thanksgiving/
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Holiday Survival Tips
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It's no secret that abusive personalities groom their targets to - you guessed it - take their abuse. They do this through a variety of methods, however, in order for any of their unconscious and conscious manipulations to work, they first need to envelop you in FOG (fear, obligation, guilt). More Thoughts on FOG, Hoovers and No Contact When Ending a Relationships with a Narcissist, Borderline, Histrionic and/or Sociopath - Dr. Tara of Shrink4Men

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What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder by Dr. David McDermott on Decision Making Confidence...
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