2018 was a difficult year filled with realizations, change, and emotion. I, like most of my readers, was experiencing/manifesting great change and standing up for myself like never before. However, one change I am surprised to announce is: 2018 was the best readership my blog has received since it began in 2010. This is confirmation that I am not alone and neither are you. Never in my wildest dreams did I think that people would prefer to read about my struggles with cluster b personality disordered people rather than the strip club and adult industry.
So with this information away we go! I have had so many realizations about my life, people, and cluster b personality disorders that I look forward to sharing. Also, I am proud to say I have gone No Contact with ALL the disordered/toxic people in my life. Which honestly was more people than I ever imagined. It has taken great lengths to get to this point of healing and health in my life.
Cluster b personality disordered people do not give up easily, so drastic measures are necessary. With their persistence comes health issues. These people will do whatever they can to stress you out and push you past your limits. Also, they have no shame. They hide in plain sight as narcissistic abuse coaches, friends from grade school, retired strippers, porn stars, empaths, friends from college jobs, stay at home moms, ex-boyfriends, ex-sugar daddies, etc. Basically anyone who seems like they are even somewhat “safe” should be reevaluated based on their actions and not their words.
When recovering from narcissistic abuse, other toxic people will try to prey because they are weak and see an easy way in. Once they hook you it is harder to get them out of your life. I noticed myself giving people the benefit of the doubt, because I saw the confusion I had lived in for a lifetime and did not want to leave another behind in this confusion. However, now I realize other survivors are survivors and can handle themselves. If they were unable to survive they would have given in, taken the easy way out, and become personality disordered themselves.
Be strong, be independent, hold onto your heart, and know this too shall pass.