You can’t give up on someone because the situation is not ideal. Great relationships, aren’t great because they have no problems. They are great because both people care enough about the other person to find a way to make it work

The Truth About Satanism— Educate

Originally posted on Black Liberation Love N Unity:

Talk of Satanism and Satanic groups abounds these days. From shadowy secret societies to the world’s most popular celebrities, accusations of people being Satanists seem to pop up every day.

Really it is nothing new. The practice of accusing people of Satanism is as old as Christianity itself. But the internet has made it so that these accusations are much more visible and reach a much wider audience.

Most people assume that Satanism is synonymous with “devil worship.” They picture minions of the Dark Prince dressed in black robes standing over an altar atop which an infant cries as it awaits a grisly fate. They picture dark satanic churches where wickedness and evil are invoked, where Satan’s loyal followers prepare to usher in an age of unimaginable terror.
Truthfully, some people are what you’d call devil worshipers. They intend to do others harm and they really do have evil in…

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Five Powerful Ways Abusive Narcissists Get Inside Your Head

Originally posted on Self-Care Haven:

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In popular culture, the term “narcissistic” is thrown about quite loosely, usually referring to vanity and self-absorption. This reduces narcissism to a common quality that everyone possesses and downplays the symptoms demonstrated by people with the actual disorder. While narcissism does exist on a spectrum, narcissism as a full-fledged personality disorder is quite different.

People who meet the criteria for Narcissistic Personality Disorder or those who have traits of Antisocial Personality Disorder  can operate in extremely manipulative ways within the context of intimate relationships due to their deceitfulness, lack of empathy and their tendency to be interpersonally exploitative. Although I will be focusing on narcissistic abusers in this post, due to the overlap of symptoms in these two disorders, this post can potentially apply to interactions with those who have ASPD to an extent.

It’s important in any kind of relationship that we learn to identify the red flags when interacting with people who display malignant narcissism and/or…

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