Inside the Mind of a Narcissist

We often hear the term “narcissist,” but in reality, what does that mean? Does it merely describe someone who likes to be the center of attention, or likes the way he or she looks? Or is there more to it? The psychiatricliterature defines narcissists as possessing specific traits, such as having a sense of entitlement or…

Top 10 Most Painful Diseases in the World

Pain. You face it more or less every day. Physical pain or mental pain. And pain is bearable. But there are times when this pain is immense. It takes the form of agony. There are a whole lot of things which causes pain but when we talk of physical pain. Related to the body. Health…

Anti-Muscarinic Drugs May Reverse Peripheral Neuropathy

  For years, the conventional wisdom was to treat patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy but there was no possibility of a cure. New research findings suggest that nerve degeneration may be treatable and that the drugs used to improve this painful condition are already on the market, albeit for other conditions. Antimuscarinic drugs are known for their use…

The Real Reasons Autism Rates Are Up in the U.S.

The prevalence of autism in the United States has risen steadily since researchers first began tracking it in 2000. The rise in the rate has sparked fears of an autism ‘epidemic.’ But experts say the bulk of the increase stems from a growing awareness of autism and changes to the condition’s diagnostic criteria. Here’s how researchers track…

The Real Reason Why The Narcissist Punishes You

I really want to put forth this question. When we are hooked up in narcissistic abuse (in our “normal” life of gauging things from the “outside in”) our real life experiences tell us that this person, the narcissist, is brutalising us like our worst enemy – relentlessly and manically. As if this person is taking incredible pleasure…

How Anxiety And Depression Can Drain Your Retirement Savings

Psychological distress can impact more than just health—it can also be a major hit to your nest egg, according to a new study published in Health Economics. Cornell University financial economists found that people with anxiety and depression are nearly 25% less likely to have any retirement savings. For those that do have a retirement account, they may…

6 Steps to Emotional Healing after Narcissistic Abuse

Have you been sitting around, asking yourself the following questions? “Why does it take so long to heal from this heartache?”, “Why can’t I stop thinking about the person who treated me like crap?”, “Why do I still love him/her after what they did to me?”, “Will this pain ever go away?” Obsessing over an…