Wait…It’s Mother’s Day Again?!

You can stop the legacy of distorted love if you have a narcissistic parent.

I know this sounds harsh and the term narcissism is thrown around loosely these days. We need to remember that narcissism is a spectrum disorder and people can have a few or many traits along the continuum. The more traits one has, the more likely it is they are causing harm in their parenting and other relationships. Maternal narcissism is difficult to process, so let’s unpack it a little here and understand the impact. Sadly, I hear far too many people expressing that they dislike Mother’s Day. We all want a great mother in our lives, right?

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