I’ve noticed quite a bit of hits from keywords referring to abuse. This is, unfortunately, a common problem, and people need to find help.
There are also many hits from keywords referring to narcissistic or borderline personality disorders, disorders which often lead to abusive behaviors.
So I will make a series of posts from my webpage on abuse, which gathers together links I have found most helpful. I have them arranged by category.
The first part is on the general topic of abuse. The last section of the webpage, my own personal abuse stories, has already been posted here.
From my page Abuse in all its forms: My Thoughts, Quotes and Links to help:
Borderline Personality Disorder
[Note: I primarily focus on abusive, narcissistic borderlines when putting together this list (about a third of all borderlines, according to BPD Central). There are also borderlines who do not wish to hurt others and do work on their own issues.]
Stop Walking on Eggshells
My Trip To Oz And Back: A True “Retrospective” Story Of My Relationship With A Person With BPD
Heart 2 Heart: Support Network and Self-Help Data Base for Abused Women
Heart 2 Heart: Support Network and Self-Help Data Base for Abused Men
Presto, Change-o, DARVO: Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender
Relationships and Divorces with a Borderline
Talking with a Borderline
Reasons you can’t communicate with a Borderline or Narcissistic Woman
13 Signs Your Wife or Girlfriend is a Borderline or a Narcissist
Borderlines making you insane via gaslighting
There is no closure with a narcissistic or borderline woman
Cluster B Personality Disordered Woman’s Guide to Conflict Resolution Process Flow Diagram
—The Topic of Abuse (General)
—Abuse Specifically Against Husbands/Boyfriends
—Borderline Personality Disorder
—Domestic Abuse (anyone who lives together or is in a romantic relationship, including roommates or family members)
—Getting into the Psyche of the Abuser
—If You’ve Been Reported to CPS
—Stopping Abuse/ Helping Abused Friend, Family Member, Co-worker, Child
—Understanding the Abused