Can a pathological narcissist ashamed of or feel remorse?

Notwithstanding that, my advice is not to even try to understand the narcissist but to run away and disconnect any contact This is the question many victims of these individuals ask themselves. But the mistake they make and we all make it – is that you think narcissists are fundamentally like you, only that they… Read More Can a pathological narcissist ashamed of or feel remorse?

The refrigerator mother theory

Refrigerator mother theory is a theory that autism is caused by a lack of maternal warmth. Current research indicates that genetic factors are suspected in the cause of autism By F. Guzzardi Origins of theory In his 1943 paper that first identified autism, Leo Kanner called attention to what appeared to him as a lack of warmth among the mothers of autistic children. In… Read More The refrigerator mother theory

Stuff your kids with love

Autistic children are like all children, hungry for attention and love. An attention that sometimes we parents do not know how to give, because, perhaps too busy with our troubles, working with relationships, we do not notice what we are losing. We lose the smile, their joy when they reach a desired goal that is… Read More Stuff your kids with love

Codependent: A magnet for the Narcissist

 “This post, is about to help you, arm you-selves against the narcissist that it bump up against in yur lifetime and if you’re codependent or you’re an empatic you are a magnet for this people! ” The feel that other people feel, and that ability although beautiful, help us be really human and allows us to… Read More Codependent: A magnet for the Narcissist

Autism severity can change substantially during early childhood

UC Davis study found gender differences in autism severity changes During early childhood, girls with autism tend to show greater reduction and less rise in their autism symptom severity than boys with autism, a UC Davis MIND Institute study has found. Early childhood is a period of substantial brain growth with critical ability for learning and development.… Read More Autism severity can change substantially during early childhood

Five things about a Narcissistic Mother

Although we can consciously recognize the lack of love and our unhappiness within our family of origin, it is unlikely that we will be able to see the ways and behaviors that we have adopted to face and manage them. It is much more likely that you will see your adult behaviors as deriving from… Read More Five things about a Narcissistic Mother

Your Narcissistic Mother Hates Your Body, and Here’s Why

Whether she fat-shames you or micromanages your appearance, it’s all about her Julie L. Hall is the author of The Narcissist in Your Life: Recognizing the Patterns and Learning to Break Free from Hachette Books. She is the founder of The Narcissist Family Files, an international resource for narcissistic abuse trauma understanding and recovery, and she assists clients around the… Read More Your Narcissistic Mother Hates Your Body, and Here’s Why

Pandemic Effects on Relationships

Expert commentary from Paula Pietromonaco, professor emerita at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, whose primary research focus is to understand the processes through which interactions in marital relationships shape each partner’s emotional and physical health. A key component of close, well-functioning romantic relationships is that individuals see their partners as accepting, concerned with their welfare, understanding,… Read More Pandemic Effects on Relationships

7 Tips of healthy eating

Stay-at-home orders from government officials due to the COVID-19 pandemic have forced us to quickly adapt to a new normal, especially when it comes to eating. Restaurant dining rooms are closed, grocery shopping can be challenging, many parents are tasked with serving meals while working from home, and families who relied on school meals are… Read More 7 Tips of healthy eating

COVID-19 and the power of music

Music can help regulate emotion, make us feel connected COLUMBUS, Ohio – In Italy, people isolated by the COVID-19 pandemic stood on apartment balconies, singing “Bella Ciao” – “goodnight, beautiful” – together into the night. Musicians in a Dutch symphony filmed themselves playing Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” individually – then assembled a compilation video titled “From Us, For… Read More COVID-19 and the power of music