7 Signs That “Radical Acceptance” May Be the Next Step in Your Recovery from Narcissistic Abuse
According to many therapists and psychologists, a healthy,
functional long-term relationship just isn’t possible when one partner suffers from a “Cluster-B” personality disorder.
In other words, you cannot have a healthy, functional relationship with someone who is incapable of having a healthy, functional relationship.
If you’re the partner of a disordered person, it’s not even up to you!
It’s not within your power to change another adult’s personality.
Narcissistic abuse is a freqent outcome of trying to have a healthy,
functional relationship with a personality-disordered person over a long time.
It’s a disordered person’s reaction to having a close relationship.
One of the first steps in recovery is “radical acceptance” of the reality of the situation.
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