Articles on Recovery from Narcissistic Abuse: These Traits Sound Familiar!

This is another site I follow that provides me with some very helpful information.

Everything I read on Narcissism and its traits, I see from these Adult Bullies. They do everything in their power to try and shame me with their words, as they refuse to accept any responsibility for their actions. The evidence they caused their own eviction is in writing but do everything they could to deny that.

Try every way possible to make me feel fear, guilt, and shame for creating my own site that highlights and exposes their acts against me by claiming I am “going crazy”. I find these statements very telling!

Below are some terms that Toxic Tenants have written and said about me since 2016 that have been abusive. While these people are welcome to their opinions, they don’t have the right to spread them to the public through the internet like they did. They are Cyberbullies. They use their many domains to attack someone they are mad at, where they spread gossip and false allegations.

“that crazy racist“

“as a bully”

 “under cover white supremacist”

“A White Pride, really bad liar”

“Stella Reddy is that piece of shit” 

“Stella Reddy has no shame, no pride, no self-worth and is so moral corrupt that it is beyond comprehension.”

“White Pride racist bigot”

“Stella Reddy the White Pride narcissist” 

“Stella Reddy has once again and not unsurprisingly been proven as the really, really bad racist liar that she is.”

“And once again Stella Reddy will try and discredit indisputable facts with nonsense, because that is all Stella Reddy can do! But you see Stella Reddy is an under cover White Supremacist because she says things that are racist, but then is not woman enough to own it.”

“Instead Stella Reddy will

  • cry about her PTSD, or
  • her alleged metal breakdown and does not remember what she did or said, or
  • she will blame it on the owners, or
  • she will blame the interracial married couple/tenants for her own choice of words.”

“Stella Reddy is a coward who uses so many different excuses as a crutch because she is not woman enough to take responsibility for what SHE has obviously said and done.”

“Remember racist and bigots like Stella Reddy are always the victim! Because that is what racist Narcissist do.”

“White Pride Karen”

“boo-hoo blog.”

They use their words to try and affect my psyche. It won’t work anymore, thankfully. I came to see they had nothing, no power to influence anyone anymore. They just think they do! Toxic people are just not believable I have learned. By making their allegations public, they show they are not trustworthy.

I have a right to expose the actions others do against me, especially in a domain in my name. I have a right to defend myself against anyone who attacks me personally online, especially when they don’t know me. 

I have forgiven myself for my naivete, and I love myself despite what has happened. I have found my own place in the World, here in NL surrounded by beautiful scenery and fellow Newfies. I have found my voice and my truth and I live confidently with a deep knowing that I am enough as I am.

I have released the toxic shame and self-blame for getting caught up in their gaslighting and I now understand how their abuse works. I know what they are trying to do to other people, including me.

I researched all the traits on display in their written words and learned about toxicity and narcissism. They have a “god complex” and wanted to use and abuse me for their own ends. Once I saw these things clearly for myself, I began to heal.

I am safe, loved, and appreciated. I have rebuilt my life and I am very content. It has been a long hard road, but I am right where I need to be.

I sit here today, patiently waiting for an investigation once again and even if nothing comes from it, it has been made. One day, my hope is that someone will get frustrated enough over all the complaints made, to do something about it. I live in HOPE!

In the meantime, are you ready to release the past and own your future? Maybe these articles might help you as they did for me.

Are you ready to release your past and own your future?

If you are ready to release your past, to forgive yourself, and to love yourself despite what has happened, you will also be able to find your own place in the world. You will find your voice and your truth, and you can live confidently with a deep knowing that you are enough.

To do this, you have to let go of the shame and self-blame. You need to understand how their abuse works so that you can recognize it for what it is – the actions of someone who wasn’t capable of seeing you as their equal, who may have had a sort of “god complex” – and who wanted to use and abuse you as an object. If we see these things clearly, we can begin to heal ourselves.

https://queenbeeing.com/how-narcissists-destroy-you-and-how-you-can-put-yourself-back-together/

If you know what it’s like to experience narcissistic abuse, then you might understand the level of damage that narcissists can do. It is profound and life-altering – and not in a good way. Narcissists destroy you, but if you want to put yourself together again, you can absolutely do it – starting with focusing on understanding what happened to you. Your next (and most important step) is then moving forward into intentionally healing and embracing your true self. Let’s talk about it.

How do narcissists destroy you?

Narcissists are masters of manipulation and control, but the effects of being in a toxic relationship with someone affected by narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) are life-changing. The narcissist’s form of psychological and emotional abuse is so harmful that most survivors find it impossible to go back to the way things used to be after recovering from narcissistic abuse.  Their trademark lack of empathy and compassion spills into every interaction with you.

Here are just a few of the ways they destroy you through narcissistic abuse in toxic relationships.

  • They make you believe you’re unworthy of love or respect.
  • They require and take absolute control over your life.
  • They drain your life of energy, confidence, and happiness
  • They see and treat you less like a person and more like an object.
  • They destroy your self-esteem.
  • They isolate you.
  • They shame you.
  • They use your kindness and devotion against you.
  • They make you dependent on them.
  • They manipulate you into staying with them, first through future faking and later through fear, obligation, and guilt.

https://queenbeeing.com/releasing-your-past-to-choose-your-future-after-narcissistic-abuse/

Narcissistic abuse takes a lot from its victims: Our sense of self, our security, our trust and happiness, and sometimes even our memories. Often, when we finally break away from a toxic relationship with a narcissist (or any other abuser), we are left feeling like there is no true “us” anymore. We are merely empty shells of the people we used to be.  Can you relate to that feeling?

Narcissists are expert manipulators who use their false selves to get close to their victims and then use their true selves to manipulate them into staying put by causing fear, guilt, and shame.

Are you ready to release your past and own your future?

If you are ready to release your past, to forgive yourself, and to love yourself despite what has happened, you will also be able to find your own place in the world. You will find your voice and your truth, and you can live confidently with a deep knowing that you are enough.

To do this, you have to let go of the shame and self-blame. You need to understand how their abuse works so that you can recognize it for what it is – the actions of someone who wasn’t capable of seeing you as their equal, who may have had a sort of “god complex” – and who wanted to use and abuse you as an object. If we see these things clearly, we can begin to heal ourselves.

 

https://queenbeeing.com/mind-games-the-narcissist-plays-with-you-and-exactly-how-to-play-back/

Why do narcissists play mind games with you?

To be able to play mind games, the narcissist has to ignore the feelings of others completely.   They have no empathy and can’t see their pain or feel it.  They have no ability to connect with others on any other level than a superficial one.   They have no interest in others as people other than how they can use them, and they lie for no reason other than to avoid being honest.


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