Category Archives: Narcissistic Mothers

Update on my father

He was moved to hospice yesterday. I told my mother and she is, as expected, cold and critical and she started in on being mean and nasty to me.  Her hatred of my father doesn’t even end when she knows … Continue reading

Posted in Death, Father Loss, Fathers, Grief and Loss, Grounding, Healthy detachment, Narcissistic Mothers, Narcissistic Parents, Shame, Soul wounds | Tagged , | 15 Comments

The journey so far

I wrote this originally in June of 2010.  I am re-posting it now for a particular reason.  In the next blog post or few I want to talk about the idea that the worst part about growing up in abusive … Continue reading

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On maintaining meaning

The character of Sherlock Holmes has been on my mind of late.  I’ve really liked Robert Downey, Jr’s depiction of him, as well as Johnny Lee Miller’s version of him on Elementary. I was talking to an acquaintance on a … Continue reading

Posted in depression, Eric Maisel, Intensity, Making meaning, Moods, Motherhood, Narcissistic Mothers, Paulo Coelho, Sherlock Holmes, Virginia Woolf | 11 Comments

Will you remember me?

The song fragment “Will you remember me?” came to my mind this morning.  I wanted to know why.  I looked up the song and then the song lyrics. I will remember you Will you remember me? Don’t let your life … Continue reading

Posted in Authentic Personality, Compassion, Complex-PTSD, consciousness, depression, Emotional Self-Regulation, Emotionally Absent Mother, Grief and Loss, Inner Child, Mindfulness, Narcissistic Mothers, Narcissistic Parents, Psychosynthesis, Self-affirming, Soul, Soul wounds, Spiritual Teacher, survival personality, Trauma, trauma recovery, True Self, Trust | 2 Comments

You make it hard, mom.

The same day I wrote my post that I missed my mother, and mentioned how I wanted to come visit her, but she said she was too busy, she posted this photo on facebook. along with this message: Love them … Continue reading

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