What is often not thought about in the arena of human life is that for all of the ability we have to think, feel, and perceive that may set us apart from other animals, we are after all still animals. We, like other animals do, have instincts. We all-too-often think our way out of what we know so well and so quickly and refer to as gut instincts that we can, if we are not careful, leave ourselves wide open to falling prey to the predatory toxic and personality-disordered.
Posted on June 20th, 2009 in Toxic Relationships
Tags: aj mahari, Borderline Personality Disorder, lying, manipulation, Narcissism, npd, personality disorders, toxic people, Toxic Relationships, trauma bonds, verbal abuse, victim, victimization