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Catherine Stuckey, M.A.
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Having taught English for years I never thought I’d be translating what the narcissist says to other people.

I’ve spent four years researching the world of narcissism, through work, dating and personal interviews. My mission is to help others recognize narcissism and through this recognition stop the narcissistic cycle from continuing.

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Mindfulness

The official definition is to be intensely aware of what you’re sensing and feeling in the moment, without interpretation or judgement.  With regards to the ending of a pathological relationship I think you can add something more helpful to that. 

 

For example:  When you are obsessing about the narcissist or his new target, you stop, become aware of your feelings and re-route them.  Think of the feelings like clouds in the sky.  They aren’t permanent, they are simply drifting across your vision. And then you re-route your thinking as well. Instead of obsessing you say to yourself, ‘I am enough.’  That piece of wisdom, the ‘I am enough,’ comes from Marisa Peer.

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I’ve spent four years researching the world of narcissism, through work, dating and personal interviews. My mission is to help others recognize narcissism and through this recognition stop the narcissistic cycle from continuing.

5 common types of narcissists

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