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The Light

"The Light" is a part of a true life blog series called "His Dance With Demons". It's about a presumed narcissistic bully that has gotten away with the physical, verbal and emotional abuse against his children and many others for over 20 years. Readers will be guided through his dark, turbulent path of destruction. You’ll learn about the hurt, shame and anguish he's inflicted on his children and others so unapologetically. Feel free to examine and interpret the shocking turn of events for yourself. Let the healing begin!

The Light summarizes the actions of the perpetrator and explains how those actions effected others later in life. We hope readers will follow the full series starting with "The April Fool", which introduces the very first signs of narcissistic behavior and infidelity.

"For nothing is concealed that won't be revealed, and nothing hidden that won't be made known and brought to THE LIGHT." Luke 8:17

The date of public release will be announced soon. For now please experience this sneak peek. To stay current about this blog series go to "His Dance With Demons" page. Thanks for reading. -sb


The behavior of R. Kelly during his interview with Gayle King indicates signs of a narcissist, in my opinion. Check out the description below. Kelly's behavior closely resembles that of the perpetrator in my blog series, "His Dance With Demons" -sb

When asked what happens if you embarrass a narcissist in public such as what we're doing with this Blog post, Jade Berthiaume, Child and Youth care practitioner (CYC) had this to say: "I would say that narcissist have HUGE fear of being embarrassed and even caught off guard. Which will often lead to a more ‘child-like’ response to embarrassment/fear.

Such as;





Silent treatment


Pointing fingers

Throwing things

Stomping feet

This reaction is more seen in vulnerable narcissism. Vulnerable narcissism is the more defensive and resentful side of narcissism. This type will often get defensive and angry. Where as Grandiose narcissism is more of a self centered type. I, personally, find this type to be less aggressive. This type thinks highly of themselves and is less likely to get angry because they will probably just lie, make excuses and direct the attention to something they are good at."

To Learn More About The Topics Covered In This Blog click the links I've provided below:

Click this link to read about the three steps to identifying a narcissist.

Click this link to take the narcissistic disorder test.

Click this link to learn why the impact of child abuse extends well into adulthood.

Click this link to learn how to tell if a narcissist loves you.

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Sally b. Waller
Sally b. Waller

Just sharing a blog I just came across on this subject: -sb

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