Narcissistic Abuse

Getting Angry Is Not A Sin, Living In Anger Is

by Yvonne Chase

Once upon a time, I was walking down the hallway on the way to my bedroom when I saw the home attendant and my father’s daughter struggling to get him into his wheelchair. Daddy, do you want me to help you, I asked. He said yes. I stood in front of him and told him […]

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Shaq Says It Does Not Take Two People

by Yvonne Chase

In a recent interview, former NBA player Shaquille O’Neal aka Shaq opened up about the end of his marriage. When asked why his marriage ended, he said, “It was all me. I was bad. She was awesome. She really was. It was all me. Look, we don’t need to talk about what I was doing […]

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Carefully Choose Your Life Mate

by Yvonne Chase

Living with narcissists and experiencing narcissistic abuse is the vilest experience of my whole life. In my last post, I talked about how narcissists ruin their lives, ruin holidays and even ruin relationships all in the name of attention-seeking. Well, here is something else a narcissist ruins, the most important moment of your life at […]

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Attention Is The Name Of The Game For Narcissists

by Yvonne Chase

When I first heard the news that Jussie Smollet was beaten up because he is a black, gay, male, I did not think anything of it. I mean, I was not a fan following his career or his role on the TV show Empire. Once word got out that the entire hoax was directed, and […]

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Bombing You With Love Is How They Trap You

by Yvonne Chase

Today is Valentine’s Day, the most romantic day of the year. It is a day when lovers pour out their hearts in love notes, love letters, and love songs. It is also a day when new lovers hope to cement a relationship by rolling out the red carpet to let you know they are all […]

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My Roasted Chicken Is Better

by Yvonne Chase

Once upon a time, there was a woman in my life whose behavior I did not understand. Her constant need for attention was alarming. For example, on one occasion, I invited her to my home for dinner with my friends. Once she saw the spread of food, she loudly proclaimed, “My roasted chicken is better.” […]

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People Who Are Easy To Lose Aren’t Worth Keeping

by Yvonne Chase

In my last post, I wrote about walking away from a narcissistic abusive relationship. In this post, I will share what happens when you leave a narcissistic abusive relationship and specifically what happens to the people in your life. I want you to remember the title of this post: people who are easy to lose aren’t worth […]

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Walking Away From The Old And Into The New

by Yvonne Chase

If I had to pick a theme for 2021, it would be walking away. My greatest accomplishment and what I am most proud of is being a cycle breaker. I went full no-contact and walked away from a narcissistic abusive family of origin. There is no going back. That chapter of my life is closed. […]

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Agape Love Does Not Stay In Abuse

by Yvonne Chase

Yesterday my pastor spoke a message from 1st Corinthians 13 which covers the subject of Love. The overall message was good, but it went left when he talked about the verses that say, “Love protects, love trusts” and connected it to the domestic violence his mother endured. Here’s what he said about agape love: “When […]

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It’s A New Day, A New Year And A New Me!

by Yvonne Chase

Today I woke up with the song It’s A New Day by Patti LaBelle on my mind. You can read the lyrics below. Of course, I’m doing things God’s way. That’s the only lyric I would change. Doing things God’s way is what got me through 2020. Seems my lifeIs finally coming togetherFeels so goodDon’t […]

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