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Dear Reader,

My name is Aaron Carlisle – at least that’s the name given to me as soon as I emerged into this state we call the human dream. I’ve been through stuff and so has everyone else, so I won’t blab since I’d prefer to start breathing as I allow everything to flow naturally throughout every aspect of my being moving effortlessly among variations of infinity human beings call reality.

I.e. I’m a lot of different things, but ultimately exploring consciousness and One’s existence is something that often grabs this chimps focus. Stay and play or go about your day, either way is okay because I’m simply sharing how I exist among the rest of my fellow chimps.

ACM

P.S. I don’t have a Facebook, and I’m not looking to start one anytime soon. But I have a Twitter! So feel free to follow, tweet, or direct message me if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.

Email: layvandpraise@gmail.com

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5 comments

  1. Sounds like you’ve come a long way. I have a NPD father. I think all of us adult children of narcissists have things in common, regardless of our upbringing. I didn’t understand my father’s disorder until my mother died. I was 48. That’s a lot of years of emotional and psychological abuse that I didn’t even understand was happening! I have since gone No Contact and life is so much better. You understand. ❤ I look forward to reading your posts.

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    1. Thank you, Tami! We do share a lot in common, and that’s the beauty of it (i.e. there’s a sense of inclusiveness as opposed to how excluded and isolated our abusers made us feel).

      I’m sorry to hear that your remaining parent wasn’t able to offer you support or comfort throughout your life and even after your mother’s passing, but I’m glad to hear you chose to sever ties because a narcissist doesn’t have the capacity to love or even respect boundaries.

      Love and blessings to you, and best wishes for your healing journey!

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