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Story of Hope Love Destiny

If you like inspirational memoirs about the power of hope, or just want to read a candid expose of my previously misaligned life, FINE…LY: My Story of Hope, Love, and Destiny is the book for you!! It’s a page turner!!

Available in Paperback or as an E-Book

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This memoir written by a woman author tells a compelling, impactful true life story about hope and love, and how she found her destiny. An excellent book for women!



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Inspiring Authors Message

Author, Randi G. Fine 

Living Life to the Fullest

Inspirational Author’s Message

The most difficult people in our lives end up being our greatest teachers.   The hurdles they place before us and the challenges they present to us are only lessons that we must learn for our greater good.   Think of the oyster…without the irritating grain of sand there would be no pearl. ~ Randi G. Fine

We all experience times of joy and times of suffering as we move through our lives. Life is a breeze during the happy times; we get to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. But we must ask ourselves how good joy would feel if we had no adversity to contrast it? The phrase, “nobody said life was easy,” was coined with good reason. The truth is, life is hard work…but the beauty of life is that it has many facets.  We are constantly challenged to learn and grow.  And as we rise to those challenges we become stronger, wiser and better human beings. The universe holds all the answers we will ever need. It’s all there for the taking if we watch, listen, and trust our intuition. I invite you to follow me on my journey as I explore the many paths to happiness, and the many avenues that will lead us to living life to the fullest. I wish you serenity and joy in your life. ~ Randi


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Seasons of Plenty A Song About the Beauty of Friendship

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Seasons of Plenty

A Song About the Beauty of Friendship

Voice, Music and Lyrics by Randi Fine

Be my friend so gentle and humble, be my friend for all of my life.

Only you have seen the sorrow, only you have seen the strife.

Sorrow in the springtime, ushers in a weary soul.

Take my hand in fullness. Together we will go.

Seasons of Plenty fall upon your door, Seasons of Plenty do I want more?

Gaze upon me with your eyes.

A laughing gentle breeze,

A sunrise to my lonely soul,

Bringing me ease.

How simple is friendship, offered to everyone,

Tied up in lovely bows, wrapped in fun.

Those who are lonely, searching for a friend,

Knowing how empty feels til the bitter end.

Reach into your heart, find a word that’s there.

Pull it out and gaze at it, find the word is care.

Seasons of Plenty fall upon your door, Seasons of Plenty do I want more?

Gaze upon me with your eyes.

A laughing gentle breeze,

A sunrise to my lonely soul,

Bringing me ease.

A sunrise to my lonely soul,

Bringing me ease.

© 1996 Randi Fine All Rights Reserved

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Inspirational Life Song The Key to Life

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The Key to Life

An Inspirational Song

Voice, Music and Lyrics by Randi G. Fine

   Inspiration is abounding all around you,

just allow yourself the calm to let it in.

 When you open up your eyes then you will see it,

when you open up your heart then you’ll begin.

 The pulse of life is beating loud so feel it.

Take time to hear the sound when raindrops fall.

 Appreciate the love that’s all around you,

and love the things about you most of all.

 All the busy times rushed through are never noticed,

and the quiet ones so precious and so few.

 Every moment I exist I want to grow more,

so I approach each day as if my life was new.

 All around me people speak but rarely listen.

It’s simplicity that makes a happy soul.

 See beauty in the most unusual places.

Empty your life and you will feel so full.

 Why is beauty so misunderstood,

and love overshadowed by fear?

 I wish we’d let all the hostility go,

it’s so light when the dark disappears.

 Why so much hatred, resentment, and rage?

It’s so easy to feel peace and calm.

 Discover the sunrise in a new way today.

Let the brilliance of life keep you warm.

                               Copyright Randi Fine 1996  All rights reserved     

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Unconditionally Loved Children Blossom Grow Soar

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Many of us, myself included, have suffered through difficult childhoods.  It is with greater clarity that we are able to evaluate our past from an adult perspective.  Though we may be cognizant of the root of our pain, our childhood experiences were tightly woven into the cloth that made us who we are today; they are imbedded in the fibers of our being.  But those of us that have done the painstaking work know that healing is very possible.  We can reweave our own cloth.

In 1996, while working through my own childhood issues I wrote a song called, Blossom, Grow, and Soar.  On behalf of children everywhere and forevermore, I would like to share these words.

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Blossom, Grow, and Soar

Voice, Music and Lyrics by Randi G. Fine

I might be small today, but what I have to say may touch you in a way you never felt before.

You gave my life to me, I love you completely. I trust with certainty that you will love me too.

It’s so safe to know that you love me, and I can blossom, grow, and soar.   Just give me a happy, strong  foundation, and the wilted child will exist no more.

Respect me like your peers.  I’m there with open ears, a child who always hears and believes in what you say.

I need you always near.  You calm my deepest fears.  Good parents always hear the things children can’t say.

It’s so safe to know that you love me, and I can blossom, grow, and soar.  Just give me a happy, strong foundation, and the wilted child will exist no more.

Sweet words are inspiring, harsh words are deafening.  This child needs pampering, give all the love you have.

Be gentle everyday, love me in every way.  Please listen what I say and you’ll know what I need.

It’s so safe to know that you love me, and I can blossom, grow, and soar.  Just give me a happy, strong foundation, and the wilted child will exist no more.

Be there with open arms, shield me from pain and harm.  Just keep me safe and warm, I count on you for this.

I might be small in size, but just look in my eyes and you will realize  the depth I have inside.

It’s so safe to know that you love me, and I can blossom, grow, and soar.  Just give me a happy, strong foundation, and the wilted child will exist no more.

copyright 1996 Randi Fine All Rights Reserved

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Read other parenting quotes, songs, and articles:

Ten Things Every Parent Should Know (Article)
Raising Self Reliant Children (Article)
Unconditional Love Parenting (Article)
Unborn Baby Song Little Child (Song)
Can Your Children Be Honest (Article)
Preparing Children for Life (Article)
New Baby Quote
Happy, Healthy Children Picture Quote
Good Parenting Picture Quote
Parents Love Builds Childs Future Picture Quote
 

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Silent Plea of Inner Child Picture Quote
Healing the Child Within
Reparenting the Wounded Inner Child
Pursuing Optimal Emotional Wellness
Self Respect Personal Bill of Rights
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Unborn Baby Song and Lyrics

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Little Child

A Song For An Unborn Baby

Voice, Music, and Lyrics by Randi Fine

 Little child I’ve dreamed of you coming to this world.

A part of me I’ve left reserved for a darling boy or girl.

It’s never even mattered just who and what you are,

for you and I have lived before on a distant star.

A place removed from time and space, the heavens some may say.

A pact we made in distant days to meet again one day.

As the time approaches, your life force beating strong,

anticipation fills me up, I’ve waited for so long.

Little child, my little child, what will you teach to us;

compassion, hope, and friendship—faith, belief, and trust?

Little child, my little child a gift from way up high,

I’ll give you all the best I have, then watch you as you take your wings and fly.

I wish for you your happiness, though clouds will come some days.

Keep looking up, believe in love, and things will go the way

 that you and I had planned they would when we danced upon a star.

Remember this, walk lightly now, and cherish who you are.

Little child, my little child, what will you teach to us;

compassion, hope, and friendship—faith, belief, and trust?

Little child, my little child a gift from way up high,

I’ll give you all the best I have, then watch you as you take your wings and fly.

© 1996 Randi Fine All Rights Reserved

Read other parenting quotes, poems, and articles:

Ten Things Every Parent Should Know (Article)
Raising Self Reliant Children (Article)
Unconditional Love Parenting (Article)
Unconditionally Loved Children Blossom Grow Soar (Article and Song)
Can Your Children Be Honest (Article)
Preparing Children for Life (Article)
New Baby Quote
Happy, Healthy Children Picture Quote
Good Parenting Picture Quote
Parents Love Builds Childs Future Picture Quote
 

Podcast Shows About Parenting

Tough Love
Given Your Children the Successful Edge in Life

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The Narcissistic Mothers Accomplice

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Narcissistic Mothers and Enabling Fathers

When Children Don’t Stand a Chance

Article Written by Randi G. Fine

Narcissistic mothers do not have children for the right reasons. They are not nurturers. They have no maternal instincts or genuine love to give. To the narcissistic mother, children represent a captive narcissistic supply. Because a young child’s very survival is in her hands she expects to be the number one object of his or her complete adoration. She dismisses the fact that children have needs, anticipating that the constant flow of narcissistic supply she will receive in return will be the perfect trade off.

The narcissistic mother does not imagine that her children will be separate entities with needs of their own. But children do have individual needs and those needs can be quite demanding for any mother. They are especially overwhelming for a narcissistic mother who now finds she is giving way more than she is receiving. That is not what she bargained for.

The narcissistic mother becomes resentful of her children and their neediness. This resentment intensifies her already natural tendency toward abusive behavior.  Someone is going to have to pay for her sorry situation. Her innocent children are her possessions, therefore she can do with them as she pleases. What pleases her is using them as  scapegoats for everything that makes her feel unhappy or frustrated.

Any attempt made by the children to question her, defend their selves, or express their needs is met with terrifying narcissistic rage. Over time, with the same results occurring every time they challenge her in any way, the children learn that they must play by her rules. They are bullied into silence by fear.

Where is the father while all this is going on? What is he doing about the abuse he watches his children suffer at the hands of their mother? Logic tells us, under the circumstances, that the children must rely on their father for their emotional well being. Someone surely has to love them, protect them and advocate for them. A father, the protector of the family, would certainly not stand by and allow his children to suffer abuse.

That is what logic tells us but it rarely works that way when NPD is involved. A strong man with boundaries and great self-esteem would have walked away from this crazy woman a long time ago and hopefully taken his children with him.

But a strong man with healthy boundaries and great self-esteem would not be with this kind of woman in the first place. If he did somehow get wooed by her cunning, manipulative ways and false persona (as others so easily do), and then made the mistake of marrying her, he certainly would not have remained in the marriage for very long.

Narcissists prey on the weak; those they believe they can bully and manipulate. Men who marry narcissistic women and stay have masochistic tendencies along with either low self-esteem, a pattern of being abused in their lives, are looking to fill the shoes of love lost or a mother they did not have, are codependent, or have a personality disorder just as she does. There is always a deficiency of some sort.

A man who has it together would not subject himself to the dehumanization, emasculation, objectification, or unpredictable rage of a narcissistic woman. He would never accept the role of perpetual victim; someone who believes he is undeserving, and guilty for whatever his NPD wife chooses to blame him for.

A man who wants his marriage to a narcissistic wife to survive must worship the ground she walks on; tell her everything she wants to hear. He must tell her how beautiful she is, how perfect she is, how superior she is, and how right she is about whatever point of view she takes. He must deny the importance of his own wishes and needs in order to please her.

Narcissistic wives control their husbands like puppeteers. They use anger, and withdrawal of love or sex to keep them in line. They can make the lives of these men a living hell if they want to, and then make the men believe they deserve every bit of it. They keep their husbands on their toes with confusion. These submissive husbands become reliant on their wives to tell them what is true and what is false, what is right and what is wrong, what they are allowed to do and what is forbidden.

By the time children come into the picture it has long been established that the husband’s survival in the relationship depends on him enabling his wife’s abuse.

Men who marry narcissistic women and remain with them do not make for strong father material. They become spineless jellyfish who will do anything to keep the peace with their wives, even if it means they have to sacrifice the well-being of their children. The wives always comes first; these fathers make that very clear to their children.

The father also becomes an accomplice to the mother’s abuse tactics. She bullies him into doing her dirty work so she can forever remain the innocent in the abuse. If he doles out the abuse for her she can deny having anything to do with it. She is Teflon – nothing ever sticks to her.

The behavior of their father does not make sense to his children. They wonder, “How can Dad be so loyal to someone who treats him so poorly? Why doesn’t Daddy ever stand up to her?” Helplessly witnessing their father’s deprecation and emasculation is very damaging to the children’s emotional well-being, just as the direct narcissistic abuse of their mother is.

Children brought up in a family such as this stand no chance of emotionally healthy development. They have no emotional safety. Their lives are completely unstable. They constantly live in a chaotic and unpredictable environment. These children can never rely on any emotional consistency; therefore live in a constant state of fear. They are forced to take on roles that are inappropriate for their age in an effort to establish some sense of calm.

No one steps in to help these children because no one on the outside recognizes what is going on in the home. Narcissistic mothers present a picture perfect family to the outside world. Everyone on the outside looking in sees their mother and father as wonderful people. Those outside the immediate family never see what goes on behind closed doors.

The narcissistic mother demands total loyalty. It is reinforced to the children over and over by their mother to never to discuss the private issues of their family. Any semblance of love doled out by her is immediately withdrawn whenever the children step one toe over the line. They would not dare shame their mother, so instead must internalize all their feelings.

Children with narcissistic mothers and enabling fathers are emotionally abandoned and abused from a very early age on. They have no one to advocate for them. They are set up for a lifetime of misery; insecurity, lack of self-esteem, depression, anxiety, fear, anger issues, boundary issues, codependency, and painful adult relationships. Sometimes the chemical balance of their brains is even altered, making the abuse nearly impossible to overcome in later years without counseling, therapy, or medication.

Children brought up in an environment such as this grow up without healthy coping or problem solving skills. They have to build protective walls inside for their emotional survival. The most basic of life’s challenges are met with confusion, fear, withdrawal, anger, or substance abuse. Their lives become disasters.

It is difficult for adult children who grew up in these types of homes to recognize the root of their problems. They have led very painful lives and often do not understand why. They have a very hard time seeing the abuse for what it was and still may be. They hear about children who are brutally beaten and feel guilty about comparing their pain to these victims. Emotional abuse seems to pale in comparison to physical abuse, in the minds of many. But that is definitely not the case.

Unlike physical abuse, narcissistic abuse is subtle. These abusers deliberately keep their victims confused about the reality of what is going on, so the victims can never seem to pinpoint the source of their pain. Narcissists play mind games. They deny everything they have ever done. Children (adult) can never confront their parents and get an admission, validation, or apology.

It is twice as frustrating when the other parent takes the exact same stance and defends the NPD parent, or when the therapist we go to or our friends blame us for creating the problem in the first place. That makes us feel crazy; it makes us second guess the validity and gravity of our pain.

That is why as adult children of narcissistic parents, we must stick together. We must support each other because no one else will understand. And most importantly we must get professional help. We cannot recover without it.

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When seeking out a professional to help you be sure to screen the person thoroughly before seeing them. Make sure they are very experienced in dealing with narcissistic abuse. Otherwise you are wasting your time. They may even make the problem worse. I am a Life Issues Counselor and NPD abuse is one of my specialties. I can help you overcome this problem and move on with your life. All counseling sessions with me are over the telephone.  Your phone number is never revealed to me. All calls are private and confidential, and it does not matter where you live.
If you would like to know more about my counseling services, please visit me at Clarity.fm/randi-g-fine.

Read more articles on Narcissistic Personality Disorder:

Narcissistic Pride Trumps Personal Health and Safety
Are You Suffering From Narcissistic Abuse
Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents Learn to be People Pleasers 
Narcissist Abuse Picture Quote
Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents
Forgive or Not Forgive Narcissistic Abuser
Narcissistic Mothers Golden Child
Narcissistic Personality Disorder Defined
Narcissistic Personality Disorder The Series
Narcissistic Personality Disorder Uncovered
Thirty Healing Affirmations Help Daughters’ Toxic Mother Challenges
Codependent Narcissist Relationship Dance
Sociopathic Personality Lacks Empathy
The Narcissistic Family Portrait Close Encounters of the Worst Kind
Narcissistic Spouses Discard and Abandon

Listen to Podcast Shows on Narcissistic Personality Disorder:

Whether to Forgive or Not Forgive the Narcissist Abuser
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: What Is It?
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Parent/Child Abuse
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: The Family Portrait
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Narcissistic Mothers
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Mothers and Daughters   
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Answering Your Questions
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Twenty Six Ways to Pursue Happiness

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Twenty Six Ways to Achieve Happiness

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A – ACCEPT Accept others for who they are and for the choices they’ve made even if you have difficulty understanding their beliefs, motives, or actions.
B – BREAK AWAY Break away from everything that stands in the way of what you hope to accomplish with your life.
C – CREATE Create a family of friends whom you can share your hopes, dreams, sorrows, and happiness with.
D – DECIDE Decide that you’ll be successful and happy come what may, and good things will find you. The roadblocks are only minor obstacles along the way.
E – EXPLORE Explore and experiment. The world has much to offer, and you have much to give. And every time you try something new, you’ll learn more about yourself.
F – FORGIVE Forgive and forget. Grudges only weigh you down and inspire unhappiness and grief. Soar above it, and remember that everyone makes mistakes.
G – GROW Leave the childhood monsters behind. They can no longer hurt you or stand in your way.
H – HOPE Hope for the best and never forget that anything is possible as long as you remain dedicated to the task.
I – IGNORE Ignore the negative voice inside your head. Focus instead on your goals and remember your accomplishments. Your past success is only a small inkling of what the future holds.
J – JOURNEY Journey to new worlds, new possibilities, by remaining open-minded. Try to learn something new every day, an you’ll grow.
K – KNOW Know that no matter how bad things seem, they’ll always get better. The warmth of spring always follows the harshest winter.
L – LOVE Let love fill your heart instead of hate. When hate is in your heart, there’s room for nothing else, but when love is in your heart, there’s room for endless happiness.
M – MANAGE Manage your time and your expenses wisely, and you’ll suffer less stress and worry. Then you’ll be able to focus on the important things in life.
N – NOTICE Never ignore the poor, infirm, helpless, weak, or suffering. Offer your assistance when possible, and always your kindness and understanding.
O – OPEN Open your eyes and take in all the beauty around you. Even during the worst of times, there’s still much to be thankful for.
P – PLAY Never forget to have fun along the way. Success means nothing without happiness.
Q – QUESTION Ask many questions, because you’re here to learn.
R – RELAX Refuse to let worry and stress rule your life, and remember that things always have a way of working out in the end.
S – SHARE Share your talent, skills, knowledge, and time with others. Everything that you invest in others will return to you many times over.
T – TRY Even when your dreams seem impossible to reach, try anyway. You’ll be amazed by what you can accomplish.
U – USE Use your gifts to your best ability. Talent that’s wasted has no value. Talent that’s used bill bring unexpected rewards.
V – VALUE Value the friends and family members who’ve supported and encouraged you, and be there for them as well.
W – WORK Work hard every day to be the best person you can be, but never feel guilty if you fall short of your goals. Every sunrise offers a second chance.
X – X-RAY Look deep inside the hearts of those around you and you’ll see the goodness and beauty within.
Y – YIELD Yield to commitment. If you stay on track and remain dedicated, you’ll find success at the end of the road.
Z – ZOOM Zoom to a happy place when bad memories or sorrow rears its ugly head. Let nothing interfere with your goals. Instead, focus on your abilities, your dreams, and a brighter tomorrow.
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Are You Suffering From Narcissistic Abuse

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Are You Suffering From Narcissistic Abuse?

Do you feel powerless, emotionally drained, frustrated, or guilt ridden every time you interact with your parents? Have you been suffering from unexplained depression, self-esteem issues, anger, and/or anxiety for most of your life and have never been able to put your finger on exactly why? If so you may be an adult child of a parent with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

At first it may be difficult for you understand how much Narcissistic Personality Disorder has impacted your life – to attribute NPD abuse to how you are feeling. But many “AHA” moments.will arise for you as you awaken to the facts about this insidious disorder.

I am the surviving adult child of an NPD parent and I have studied every facet of the Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Now I passionately help adult survivors of NPD abuse to reclaim their lives.

I will help you to identify the problem that is disrupting your life, help you set clear boundaries between you and your NPD abuser, and help you find a strategy to deal with the problem; one that feels right for you.

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Narcissistic Pride Trumps Personal Health and Safety

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Narcissists Need to Show Perfection to the World, At Any Cost

Article written by Rand G. Fine

There is an elderly woman I know (whom I will not name) whose narcissism is so severe that it is physically destroying her. This woman has been suffering from a painful auto-immune disease for thirty-five years.

Progressively over the years, the steroids she took to relieve the pain caused irreversible damage to her bones, eyes, skin, muscles and organs. Her cervical spine no longer has the cushion of discs between vertebrae; bone sits on bone. When she gets an injury of any sort she does not heal. She has had innumerable surgeries to repair the damages caused by her auto-immune disorder. She is literally eroding away.

With all her pain and physical problems, I often wonder how she gets out of bed each morning. I am pretty sure that under the same circumstances I could not. But she does get out of bed each day; always has and still manages to do so. Most days she even goes out. Her will is ironclad.

Generally when we think of someone with a strong will we imagine someone who has an insatiable zest for life, or someone who knows what she wants, lets nothing stop her, and goes after it with gusto. None of these characterizations applies to the will of this woman. Two things motivate her; her desperate need for narcissistic supply and her egotistical determination to appear perfect to the world. She refuses, no matter the condition, to allow anyone to see her (or think of her as) weak, injured or infirm.

For the past five years her ability to balance and walk has all but disappeared. She has been unable to walk more than a few steps without holding on to her husband, the wall, or the nearest piece of furniture. Still she insists that she walks fine. Any mention of her using a device to keep her from falling, such as a walker, cane, wheelchair, or scooter is met with volatile defensiveness. She insists that she does not need help.

Needless to say, she has taken some very hard falls in the last five years. She once fell backwards from the floor to the bathtub; the back of her head bashing full-force into the ceramic soap dish attached to the wall. Her head split wide open from the blow.

This woman has been told by her doctor, in no uncertain terms, that if she falls again, the probability of her ending up paralyzed or dead is great. Even though her worst fear may be realized (having to sit or even more dreadfully be seen in a wheelchair) she still insists she needs no assistance to walk.

Recently she fell in her closet and broke her dominate right arm. Her hand has been rendered useless as a result of that injury. The doctor says that her bone is not healing. Ironically, even if she decided to rely on a walker now, she physically cannot.

She has been told by this doctor to either live without the use of her arm or have a major surgical procedure that will hopefully correct it. I would not want to be in the position to have to make a choice between these two bleak results. Neither option is desirable; however, finding herself between a rock and a hard place, she has chosen to undergo surgery.

I am not a doctor, but logic tells me that since she does not heal very well, the surgeon should not even recommend this procedure. But he has, and she is having the surgery today. I hope my gut feeling about the outcome is wrong.  I do wish her well.

Obviously I cannot share the results of this tragic story with you. It is too soon to tell. But that is irrelevant to the point I am trying to make. I am illustrating the severity of the NPD disorder; the extremes someone who has it will go to in order to feed their ego and keep the narcissistic supply coming.

I am providing a glimpse into the workings of the minds of those with Narcissistic Personality Disorders. Their narcissistic needs define every aspect of who they are.  They cannot love anyone – especially themselves.

I am available to talk about any life issues that are concerning you. Private, confidential counseling by telephone.   http://clarity.fm/randi-g-fine

Read more articles on Narcissistic Personality Disorder:

The Narcissistic Mother’s Accomplice
Are You Suffering From Narcissistic Abuse
Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents Learn to be People Pleasers 
Narcissist Abuse Picture Quote
Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents
Forgive or Not Forgive Narcissistic Abuser
Narcissistic Mothers Golden Child
Narcissistic Personality Disorder Defined
Narcissistic Personality Disorder The Series
Narcissistic Personality Disorder Uncovered
Thirty Healing Affirmations Help Daughters’ Toxic Mother Challenges
Codependent Narcissist Relationship Dance
Sociopathic Personality Lacks Empathy
The Narcissistic Family Portrait Close Encounters of the Worst Kind
Narcissistic Spouses Discard and Abandon

Listen to Podcast Shows on Narcissistic Personality Disorder:

Whether to Forgive or Not Forgive the Narcissist Abuser
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: What Is It?
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Parent/Child Abuse
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: The Family Portrait
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Narcissistic Mothers
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Mothers and Daughters   
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Answering Your Questions
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Can Root Canals Cause Breast Cancer

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The Root Canal and Breast Cancer Connection

Article written by Randi G. Fine

Disclaimer: The facts and opinions in this article are offered as information only, not medical advice.

Statistics show that between 25 and 40 million root canals are done each year in the U.S. alone. The American Dental Association assures us that these procedures are very safe. Many of the dentists who recommend them believe that they are very safe. So why should we believe otherwise? When a dentist that we trust advises us that we need a root canal we submit to it, believing we are solving a problem – not creating a worse one that may potentially be deadly.

It may seem unlikely that there could be a connection between our teeth and cancer, until it is explained by experts who have no doubt that this is true. In fact, more than a century ago, a dentist named Weston Price made the connection between teeth with root canals and disease. He found that, contrary to what the dental profession at large has been taught, it is mechanically impossible to sterilize a root canal tooth.

Rather than using Dr. Price’s discovery to benefit the healthcare of the public, the ADA allegedly chose to suppress it. In the years that followed, many dental or health profession who outwardly supported Dr. Price’s theory were allegedly chastised or bullied into silence.

On July 30, 2014, my show guest, Bill Henderson discussed this topic in more detail. Bill is a cancer coach who has been on a crusade for the last sixteen years to find a better way for people to heal and cure their cancer, ever since his late wife’s torturous four-year experience with ovarian cancer. After helping over 5,000 patients in 68 countries heal themselves of their various cancers, Bill feels he knows why people get cancer and how they get over it. His mission is to spread that message to as many people as possible.

In addition to being a best-selling author of three books on natural cancer healing, Bill has produced over 200 very popular one-hour weekly radio shows where he interviewed cancer doctors, dentists, and survivors. He has published 186 free newsletters to his audience of 38,000 readers. He has made many presentations all over the U.S. and Canada on his favorite subject of natural cancer healing.

Bill Henderson wrote a book together with Carlos M. Garcia, MD called Cancer Free: Your Guide to Gentle Non-toxic Healing. I read it and highly recommend that this book be on the bookshelf of every home. At some time in all our lives, we or someone close to us will receive a frightening cancer diagnosis. Rather than submitting to deadly, toxic procedures and drugs, currently the only methods Oncologists have at their disposal to”treat” cancer, this guide walks us through the process of gentle healing in a clear, concise natural way. Not only does this book makes complete sense, it takes the fear away from the dreaded “C” word.

Please listen to my July 30, 2014 interview with Bill Henderson, The Connection Between Root Canals and Cancer on my show, A Fine Time for Healing.

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The following article about the direct connection between breast cancer and root canals was found on the website, The Center for Natural Dentistry

For over 100 years, dentists have been performing root canal therapy: the practice of drilling out the canals of a dead tooth to remove bacteria and “save” the tooth. But by attempting to save a dead tooth, have dentists been causing breast cancer? Some scientific research says yes.

“Dr. Thomas Rau, who runs the Paracelsus Clinic (cancer clinic since 1958) in Switzerland recently checked the records of the last 150 breast cancer patients treated in his clinic. He found that 147 of them (98%) had one or more root canal teeth on the same meridian as the original breast cancer tumor. His clinic has a biological dentist section where all cancer patients, on reporting in, have their mouth cleaned up first — especially all root canal teeth removed.?There are about 24 million root canals done in the U.S. alone every year. They were proven deadly disease agents in 1925 in a study by Dr. Weston Price and 60 prominent researchers. That study has been suppressed ever since by the ADA and the American Association of Endodontists (AAE).” (Quote source: The Independent Cancer Research Foundation)

100% of the breast cancer patients involved in the study had root canals, or other infections, on the same acupuncture meridian. (Click Here to Discover the Meridian Tooth Chart.)

When a root canal is performed, the dentist attempts to remove all bacteria and fill the canal with foreign substance to stop bacteria from re-entering the tooth. However, due to the shape of your tooth canal, it is 100% impossible to remove all bacteria and completely fill the canal. What you end up with is a partially filled tooth canal that is actively growing and hiding bacteria.

Root canals are a safe haven for microbes and bacteria. When the canal is filled, it eliminates blood flow to the tooth, prohibiting your immune system from killing off the microbes and bacteria that remain in the tooth canal.root canals1

These microbes originate in the same biological locations that cancer cells form.

Microbes, bacteria, and other toxins from inside the tooth can leak from inside the tooth and into your body, causing infections and other health problems, including cancer.

Despite the fact that root canals have been directly linked to cancer through multiple research studies, the results have never been published by the ADA.

For more information about the dangers of Root Canals and the link between root canal therapy and breast cancer, please download our breast cancer and root canal information flier: Breast Cancer and Root Canals.

 

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The wounded inner child may be invisible, but he is still there, buried deep inside, always trying to get our attention. He runs amok in the realm of our subconscious. Denying or ignoring his existence will not make him go away. He continuously lets us know, in ways both obvious and subtle, that he needs our help – that he wants us to love and care for him. ~Randi G Fine~

I am available to talk about any life issues that are concerning you. Private, confidential.  http://clarity.fm/randi-g-fine

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Healing the Child Within
Reparenting the Wounded Inner Child
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