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All Narcissists Are Emotionally Abusive
All Narcissists Are Emotionally Abusive

If you are dealing with a high-conflict, narcissistic, borderline, anti-social, or otherwise disordered spouse, you have probably been dealing with verbal and emotional abuse for so long that you don’t even recognize it as verbal and emotional abuse anymore. I have seen so ...

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