Exposing a Narcissist: Dealing with Blowback and Guilt


Joyful Alive Woman

Revised and Updated on December 16, 2010 and June 24, 2011

In my long post – which was my reason for starting this blog – I wrote about my former friend “H”, a woman who was very controlling throughout our friendship and downright abusive during the final few years our friendship.

Several times since I ended the friendship I’ve considered exposing her to the leaders of my former — her ongoing — spiritual community. I’m sure they actually know already, but it’s good to have hard evidence of “assessments” (one of H’s favorite words).

For many women (and men), especially victims of Narcissism, exposing their abuser is a complex and tricky issue. This extends all the way to pressing charges in the instance of an actual crime taking place.

We’re taught to be forgiving, keep our mouth shut, endure our burden. We are literally taught to be martyrs because “that…

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