Author Archives: Randi G, Fine

Attributes of the Narcissistic False Self

What is The False Self? Article by Randi Fine, Narcissistic Abuse Expert and Author of the book Close Encounters of the Worst Kind © 2017 Narcissists feel no more love for the people they have relationships with than they do … Continue reading

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Twenty Signs Your Abuser is a Narcissist

Do you suspect that you are suffering emotional abuse from someone who has narcissistic personality disorder? Here are twenty of the most common behaviors you may be experiencing: Does he rage when his opinion, point of view, or idea is … Continue reading

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Twenty Questions Identify Codependency Issues

Is Codependency a Problem in Your Life and Relationships Written by Randi G. Fine, Narcissistic Abuse Counselor Take The Quiz To find out if you are suffering from relationship codependency, please answer yes or no to the following twenty questions: … Continue reading

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If You Are Dreading Valentine’s Day You Are Not Alone

If You’re Not Happy During Valentine’s Day, You Are Not Alone Written by Bruce Y. Lee Contributor Forbes Magazine Happy Valentine’s Day? Maybe. Maybe not. If not, don’t despair. Ah, if only life were like a romantic comedy or advertising. … Continue reading

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Poll: Who Is or Was Your Narcissistic Abuser(s)

Narcissistic Abuse Poll Randi is gathering data for an article. Please take a moment and participate in this simple poll. Thank you.

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Why Is It So Hard To Leave Your Narcissistic Abuser

Narcissistic Abuse Expert Randi Fine discusses the many reasons why it is so hard to leave your abuser (romantic and family). She empowers you to move past your confusion, doubts, and fears, and offers you the tools you need to … Continue reading

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What It Means When a Narcissist Says “I Love You”

Written by Athena Staik, Ph.D. Dear Codependent Partner, What I’m about to say is not something I’d ever say or admit (to you), because to do so would end the winner-takes-all-game that is my main source of pleasure in life — one that effectively keeps … Continue reading

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Happy New Year 2019

Happy New Year 2019! Wishing you all healing, and abundance in every way you desire. ~Randi

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Feeling Isolated in the Aftermath of Narcissistic Abuse

Isolation, Loneliness, and Disconnection in the Aftermath of Narcissistic Abuse Written by Randi G. Fine, Author of Close Encounters of the Worst Kind Every survivor of narcissistic abuse experiences feelings of isolation, loneliness, and disconnection in the beginning stages of … Continue reading

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Is Your Abuser a Narcissist

The American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V) defines Narcissistic Personality Disorder by the following nine traits. To be diagnosed as having this disorder a person must have at least five of these traits. A grandiose … Continue reading

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