How do you protect yourself from your sister who is narcissistic?
I can only suggest on how to protect yourself from an adult sister who is a Malignant Narcissist. After years of living with her attacks on my reputation and her manipulative behavior, I have come to the decision that I am enforcing a NO CONTACT rule. I lost my mother this past year, which brought the family together. The games she played, the way she behaved towards my mother (because of her paranoia of death and losing her) was unconscionable. She tried to sabotage my relationship with my father several times. She will not change now or ever. My other two siblings will not abandon her. My younger sister is a histrionic narcissist and my older brother just does and agrees with anything she says. He also is married to a narcissist.
I am go to run far and fast and get away while I can. No one needs this kind of abuse in their lives.
I am go to run far and fast and get away while I can. No one needs this kind of abuse in their lives.
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The narcissist is a binary human being: the carrot is the stick in his case. If he gets too close to someone emotionally, he fears ultimate and inevitable abandonment. He, thus, distances himself, acts cruelly and brings about the very abandonment that he feared in the first place. In this paradox …lies the key to coping with the narcissist. If, for instance, he is having a rage attack -- rage back. This will provoke in him fears of being abandoned and the resulting calm will be so total that it might seem eerie. Narcissists are known for these sudden tectonic shifts in mood and in behaviour patterns. Mirror the narcissist's actions and repeat his words. If he threatens -- threaten back and credibly try to use the same language and content. If he leaves the house -- leave it as well, disappear on him. If he is suspicious -- act suspicious. Be critical, denigrating, humiliating, go down to his level -- because that's the only way to penetrate his thick defences. Faced with his mirror image -- the narcissist always recoils. The other coping strategy is to give up on him. Abandon him and go about reconstructing your own life. Very few people deserve the kind of investment that is an absolute prerequisite to life with a narcissist. To cope with a narcissist is a full time, energy and emotion-draining job, which reduces people around the narcissist to insecure nervous wrecks. Who deserves such a sacrifice? Point out what they are doing. They have pride and ego and the need to be seen as good people. They have to be in control and making the decisions. Stand up to them, don't flinch and say, "ok, let's get the daily beating and battering over with, because there's a show I want to watch on TV. Can you be done in say...10 minutes?" It takes all the fun out of it for them. It's not fun for them if you are not whimpering and helpless. Plus, they thought it was their decision to beat you, now that it's your decision, they are no longer interested. If you are in control, they just automatically do the opposite to show you who's really in control. Don't tell them what to do. ( Full Answer )
Hold your ground when Necessary, but avoid completely if/when possible My first-hand experience: I have to say ignoring her if you can, but when you live with the person it is very difficult My husband went to Iraq for a year so i was forced to move home with my parents and younger sister again, du…e to medical as well as financial reasons. Let me tell you this year has been hell for my parents and myself. My younger sister is a narcissist as well as a slob and everything that goes along with it. she leaves her used tampons/pads unwrapped on the sink next to the toilet (and i have to share that bathroom with her : / ), and her room is a mound of dirty clothes, you can not see her floor nor her shelves b/c of the mess...there is an example of how dirty she is. she is a very two-faced person. one second she is nice the next second she is calling my mom a stupid b!tch, my dad a heartless a$$hole, and myself a heartless b!tch and telling me i am worthless and to go to he!!. also i find she likes to use the line to me "just because your married doesn't make you an adult so stop acting like one" in a snide tone of voice. she takes great joy in pleasure in acting as though she is superior to everyone in the family, but me especially. she is a ridiculous person and she will snap at you if you tell her nicely to put her tampon in the garbage. oh, she is also a compulsive lier to top it off. there is no reasoning with her what so ever. she does not see truth, she turns everything you say into something to make you sound like your inferior to her. i struggle with ignoring her because one, i have to live with the nut job, and two i do not put up with her when she says such hurtful things to my parents so in turn i get turned into the bad guy. My best advice for people who have to live with a narcissist is to: not scream and yell because they take advantage of that, keep your voice calm and firm when confronting the selfish person as well as directing the conversation to them and saying "this is about you, not me" An argument will go two ways: A.) they accept the sentence this is about them and not about yourself and chose to humor you and talk/argue it through B.) they deflect and make it your problem because narcissists do not like to accepting any responsibility for whatever is happening. just remember that most arguments with the narcissistic person will not end in an agreement, or if it does it is short lived because they always revert back to their self absorbed selves. also do not scream or yell at them, keep your voice calm and firm, otherwise that will ALWAYS be used against you and call you a child. that and no one listens or takes a person seriously if they cant control their temper. One last thing; do not communicate with them by phone via text, or email or facebook because we all know how they always have the last word and like to post every angry/depressing thought on the web for the world to see. Answer The only thing that will bring you any peace is ignoring her. I know! I just wanted to add what was said before. RUN!! But it's not easy in a large family. There have been years and years of pain before I realized what the deal was. I wouldn't wish a narcissistic sibling or parent or spouse on anyone. If I would have gone to therapy 20 years ago when I was half crazy; it wouldn't have taken half a century to finally get that V8. Knowing what she is now has given me so much peace; at least to know that I wasn't 'crazy, inferior, not loved as much' whatever. Now we are trying to protect the next generation; because the child is just like the mom; and has already created havoc. But is the child a pawn of the mom? sometimes I think. which is really sad. My Mother too; and father have been victimized by this sister; so that they have believed a lot of untruths throughout our lives about others in the family; and have treated them differently because of it. The outrageous lies to cover things they have said; the contradictions; the absolute MEANNESS! Run! Stay completely away from her and don't tell her anything about yourself or what's going on in your life. She can be as sweet as honey and it's usually to find out anything that she can about you. When she does she will just turn anything she finds out around to her advantage to hurt you. My N sister will even use my poor 76 year old mother(she's her supplier of anyone this N sister wants to hurt) to come to my home to find out anything that she can about me. She will make up the most ridiculous untruths about me. Not knowing what's going on in your life almost kills the N people. I have to be very careful of what I say about anything to do with my life so it doesn't get back to her and can't be used to turn others againist me or to hurt me. I know because I've been through this crap all of my life. I finally had to stop any contact with my family because of this sick sister. ( Full Answer )
Be a true person! . I don't think that there's any way to help or even change a narcissistic parent. Both my mother and my sister are narcissistic and I've been their supply target all of my life! I'm 55 years old. It was like living in a constant nightmare, putting up with their insane jealousy,… lying, controlling, head games that never stopped. Finally, after working very had to try to please these two women for years and years, I had to get away from my whole family. I never knew what it was like to have total peace of mind until now. They are very twisted people and the reason I was picked as their target was because I have a high standard of the way I treat others with nothing but love and kindness. They haven't a clue on how to be a good person and they hate others who are. I thank goodness that I wasn't the favored child when I was growing up or my chances of being like this N sister would have been high. These people don't even see nor realize how bad they are so how could they begin to recover when they think that they are the perfect, right ones? I believe that if you can see how bad this narcissistict parent is then it's a good sign that you won't allow yourself to become one. Only the individual person themself can determine how they choose to treat others. If you find yourself repeating how they are then it's your decision of what to do to stop it. Saying and doing the right thing to others isn't very hard to do. To hurt another either by actions or with words is totally inhumane and it's usually what drives the narcissistic person. I believe we all know when we are hurting another person, it's just that the N doesn't care. So if you have the knowledge of this then it shouldn't be to hard to correct it. I always treated others nicely but when I was involved with my N mother and sister I was always in some kind of a mess just like they always are in trouble with others! I haven't had any trouble with anyone every since I got away from them, so what does that tell you? They have to have the supply person because this person is used as their scapegoat to take the blame for their actions and to feel better about themselves after they inflick pain on others. Only you can become the person that you want to. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Nieghbors don't go away. Sometimes people are unfortunate to move next to nieghbors who are horrible to them. If they cause damage or are harrassing you, put a restraining order on them or take them to court. Document everything (names, dates, details, time, witnesses, etc) so you have …it all laid out when something bad happens and you need to take legal recourse. Don't communicate with them, put up a fence if you don't have one and keep to yourself as best as you can. Good luck! ( Full Answer )
You could try to limit the amount of time/contact your ex-spouse has with your child (possibly easier if you move away) and consciously counteract their demeaning/demanding/damaging involvement in the child's life by being the supportive, understanding, mature parent who attempts to be a counterbala…nce. This is terribly hard if you are also trying not to set up conflicts of loyalty for your child between the two of you as parents. i have a now grown up son who has suffered from this situation and I can't honestly claim that I sorted out the dilemma for him - i think whatever my attempts at reinforcement he has been undermined by his father's scathing scorn mixed with bribery, though he is himself a lovely kind human being, intelligent and talented. I am afraid his confidence is still dented by the relationship. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Before you run away from this situation try to get your mother to see a doctor. There are many reasons she could be acting in this way and here are some of them ..... Menopause (the change of life can happen from 35 on) Hormone levels will find this out.. Diabetes (people who suffer fr…om diabetes and don't know they have it can become moody and hard to get along with. Also blood tests will tell if diabetes is a factor.). Thyroid Disorders (Thyroid can either make a person lethargic or they can become hyper, hard to get along with and argumentative.). Adrenal Gland - The same as the above.. Dementia/Alzheimer's - These diseases are one in the same with Dementia a milder form and can afflict people from their 40s up, but you really don't see the worst signs until they reach 55+ in most cases. Get your mother tested for this as well, but don't let her know about it.. Heart Disease (having a stroke or a heart operation) can make the person moody and depressed with the feeling life just isn't worth living so they can alienate those around them.. Depression - Depression strikes at any age and millions of Americans and Canadians (as well as other countries) can suffer this unbeknownst to them. Many people are walking around feeling like they have no life left, no energy and are argumentative to sedate and secretive.. Hormones - This one is a biggy and strikes anyone at any age. Teenagers go through it (some have worse symptoms than others) and it can lead to depression and a person that is difficult to get along with. There is treatment for this. This is also done by a blood test.. I am telling you the above because you are making a very difficult decision in your life and I know you are aware of this. Give your mother every benefit of the doubt by seeing her physician and getting tested for the above. How would you feel if your mother was truly ill and didn't realize herself that she was and you ended severing a relationship that could be saved?. I was caregiver to my own mother and I started to notice small signs of her changing when she was around 65. I just thought she was lonely (a widow) and tried my best to help make her life more tolerant. No matter what I did she continued to take pot shots at me and I would often come home in tears. I began to question myself "is she worth this?" I also wasn't aware at this time about Dementia/Alzheimer's and thought my mother just didn't care for me anymore. My mother and I parted company because of her constant accusations towards me (from accusing me of stealing from her, entering her condo when she wasn't home and even meddling with her insulin.) It crushed my heart to think she could possibly think these things of me. My mother and I didn't talk for 12 years and every day of my life I felt this huge void in my life, but kept putting one step in front of the other and managed to keep going. Mother's Day had to be the worst for me because I couldn't reach out and tell her how much I loved her no matter how she treated me. I made an appointment with my doctor and discussed my mother's behavior with him. Thankfully, my mom and I had the same doctor and he did several tests on her and found out she'd been suffering from Dementia. He put her on medications and I am happy to say that the last 9 months of her life we did have a much better relationship. It was bitter sweet because she was so ill, but, I knew now that it was an illness that made my mother this way and nothing I did wrong. I was at peace!. I hope you will reconsider your actions until you can get your mother in to the doctor. If she refuses then you will have no alternative but to move on. I certainly can sympathize with you. If you would like to discuss this further please ask Chris Whitten for my email address and I'd be happy to give you all the information I came up with.. Good luck!. From another perspective : ) . As a women with 2 narcissistic parents I have chosen to go NC which stands for NO CONTACT. I do believe that it may be quite essential for some daughters to go that route in order to really heal from the life long suffering that these emotional vampires can drain you of. If you know your parent is a narcissist either by proxy or if they have been officially diagnosed it really only matters to you. Many daughters and son's decide that not having contact anymore is really most healing. Either for a small amount of time of permanently Depending on your feelings, it is really important to make this decision with your feelings being the most important because we already know your mother does not care about you..that is the condition of a narcissist. So know and understand that many people have and are in the same situation as you are and as terrible as it sounds, often this is the best way to really heal and overcome the legacy of hurt and abuse that never ends. Old age only makes it worse but any abuse is unacceptable and if you are thinking about not speaking to her again, I imagine you have already thought about this. Is the pain of dealing with her worth the contact? Do you get something from this relationship that is good that you would miss? If not, then it might not hurt to go no contact, at least for a while. If you feel free and are getting well then it might not need to be permanent though after having gone back into a relationship with my mother several times, I can say that she never got better, it only got worse and though I had forgiven her and forgot the hurts, it was always like a scab being picked at when I spoke to her. Not worth it!!! Do focus on finding love in your life, love yourself and then find family in your friends or with your own children and husband...focus on people who can actually love you back and take care of yourself emotionally Once you decide to go no contact......don't go back!! They will try to make you come back..they will have a " heart attack" or a medical condition that they must see you for or make you feel guilty for...remember this is their way of bringing you back in..you must be strong and stay focused on your journey to heal. Best of luck to you and there is a lot of resources on the Internet for this kind of subject. ( Full Answer )
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nAsk someone who doesn't like you. They'll at least be honest about it.\n. \n Answer \n. \nYou can come up with the answer yourself. Here are some thoughts: Do you constantly talk about yourself to others and never ask how their life is going? Do you treat …people unkindly or consider other people stupid and you are much more intelligent? Do you ignore other's opinions on certain subjects? Do you order people around and don't care what their likes or dislikes are? Are you argumentative with others over most subjects in a conversation? Do you always have to be right?\n. \nThose above are but a few. If you have 1 or more of these then you need to sit up and fly right! Most of us have a little narcissism going on inside ourselves, but most people take time out and try to balance it. ( Full Answer )
There are three primay ways to limit exposure to radiation, and they are time , distance , and shielding . By decreasing the time you are exposed, you limit exposure. By increasing the distance between you and the source, you limit exposure. And by placing shielding between you and the source you… limit exposure. ( Full Answer )
good question. chances are you are co-dependent if that is the caseyou wont be able to unless you get help for those issues throughtherapy family support or self help...
Answer . Most narcissists are male and don't manifest themselves until late teens or early adulthood. However here are some things to look for, you can find this on www.mentalhealth.com . A pervasive pattern of grandiosity (in fantasy or behavior), need foradmiration, and lack of empathy, begi…nning by early adulthood and present. in a variety of contexts, as indicated by five (or more) of the following:. has a grandiose sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggeratesachievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior withoutcommensurate achievements) is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success,power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love believes that he or she is "special" andunique and can only be understood by, or should associate with, otherspecial or high-status people (or institutions) requires excessive admiration has a sense of entitlement, i.e., unreasonable expectationsof especially favorable treatment or automatic compliance with his orher expectations is interpersonally exploitative, i.e., takes advantageof others to achieve his or her own ends lacks empathy: is unwilling to recognize or identifywith the feelings and needs of others is often envious of others or believes that othersare envious of him or her shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes . Please note that you cannot base her behavior towards you as a way to diagnose her. Siblings will always treat each other a little differently than others. You must look at how she is in her everyday life with friends and strangers. If you suspect that she is, try to get her to go to a mental health professional, there is no cure... only manageability. ( Full Answer )
ANSWER No not in the sense as it is for the mother/sister. they only talk like they are and put on a good act for the public and "friends"or to make themselves look good, whatever can bolster their ego. You can bet deep iside they hate their mother (as most narcisisists do) and have difficulty with… other family members as well. They berate, belittle and play mind games with sis too. They have no real respect for women. they only play act like they do to get you to believe them. ( Full Answer )
I am sorry that you are having to go through this. I know that it is difficult, and I know just how scary it can be. Unfortunately, there is not much that you can do. You can try to ignore him, you can tell your friends and family the truth..but all of your options are restricted by his behavior. … Remember that everything he is doing is in order to control you. He is not able to handle his lack of control. You must take control of your life. I do advise you to see a counselor or psychologist sometime soon, just having someone to talk to you about this will make you feel better about the situation. I personally recommend someone who is well versed in Jungian Analytical Psychology - it worked for me. ( Full Answer )
it matters what you mean by protect in the way i see you shouldn't wear anythign too lose or too small. you can always stay close to the stand by people for they see just in case never be alone unless you know your okay
The first thing you need is a mattress or couch cussions, next youneed a first aid kit, fresh food and drinking water. If near theshore move to high lands with all your items and seek shelter fromthe rain. When you find shelter, have your first aid kit, water andyour food near you. When you have don…e that, pull the mattress orcouch cussions on you to protect your self from the flying things. WARNING : Make sure the shelter is away from any treeslenth. You should at least a month worth of food and water. Staythere untill the storm leaves or ends. ( Full Answer )
There are a few ways to protect yourself. One is do not get low down in a dicth. Why? Because it might get flooded. You don't want to drown, do you? Not getting that low, try not to be the tallest thing around. Lightning will strike the tallest thing on the ground. A car is a safe place to be becaus…e of its big, rubber tires. Do not talk on the phone or be on the computer because it could shock you if lightning strikes really nearby. Do not shower or bathe. These are just a few things to keep you safe. ( Full Answer )
go on a plane an go fly some were else were their is not on earthquake
Click on the link. Further information: . Emergency Management Queensland's website offers the following advice for basic action before and during a cyclone:. Have a list of emergency phone numbers is an easily accessible position . Determine which is the strongest, most secure room in your hous…e . Pack an Emergency kit which includes items such as first aid, torch and portable radio with spare batteries, gloves, candles, matches, copies of important documents e.g. birth certificates, essential medications, canned foods . Have an evacuation plan ready, including evacuation routes, spare fuel, and listen to Community Service Announcements so you are familiar with what is happening . Ensure all garden furniture and loose items outside are secured so they cannot become flying torpedoes . Plan ahead of time what will happen with your pets, especially if you cannot take them with you in the event of an evacuation . Check your roof condition beforehand, and ensure all loose tiles, iron sheeting, etc is secured and repaired . Trim overhanging branches to keep them well away from the house . Fill buckets and bath with water in case the drinking water supply is compromised . Have sufficient cash on hand for emergencies . Tape windows in criss-cross fashion using strong packing tape if you do not have shutters . Once a cyclone hits:. Turn off electricity, gas and water, and unplug all apppliances . Ensure everyone, including pets, are inside . Move your family to the strongest room . Keep your emergency kit with you at all times . Keep listening to the radio for updates . If your house begins to break apart, shelter under a really strong table or a mattress . During the calm eye, do not venture outdoors. Stay where you are, as the other side of the cyclone is often more intense than before the eye. Wait for the all-clear announced on the radio. . ( Full Answer )
Eventually i convinced my sister that since we are all adults now there is no need for the xmas gift giving thing. i don't 'do' xmas anyway, so that also helps. She used to give me secondhand clothing that smelt, or just stuff that is so completely NOT something that would interest or please me, it …was pointless anyway. What sort of gifts does she give you? ( Full Answer )
There is a difference between narcissism and being selfish and self-centered. If you are asking this question, there is a good chance that you fall into the second category. (That's a good thing.) We suggest talking with a therapist about these issues. It is difficult to deal with them yourself, bec…ause of the emotions involved. ( Full Answer )
detach emotionally and leave Or stay and agree and be his/her slave you have to choose
Narcissist means that you are conceited beyond belief, you think you are god to everyone around you and constantly need your ego stroked; need some one following you around professing your love for them. A Narcissist does not love themselves at all, they need people and things to make them feel good… about themselves. they can become very depressed and shut off everything and everyone if they don't feel like the star at work, home, people, possessions; Narcissist only have respect for people who tell them how they really are an a**hole, which normally means that they don't like that person or being around them. but secretly envy them for their confidence. Loving yourself means that you love yourself for who you are faults and all, and that you don't need things or people to validate you. It means that you can see someone happy and not want what they have; It means that you are comfortable with you physical, mental, spiritual being as a person/human being, woman/man. You have natural confidence when you love yourself. You would be a person to have a narcissist enemy (secretly), or a narcissist trying to figure out what makes you tick (they don't believe there is anything wrong with them, always someone else) ( Full Answer )
ALWAYS wear a seat belt. ALWAYS drive defensively. NEVER drive under the influence of anything.
Global warming is a GLOBAL thing, no one is "protected" unless everyone on the globe consciously decides to start treating the planet better.
If you are in a storm-prone area, carry a mask designed to filter out small particulates, and bring airtight goggles to protect your eyes. It's also wise to carry a supply of water in case you get stuck in a storm. Dust storms are usually accompanied by high temperatures, and you can quickly become …dehydrated in the dry heat and high winds. Wear or carry clothing that covers your body to protect you from the sandblasting, and also to keep you warm in case of the frigid winds of a winter dust storm, which can quickly lead to hypothermia. ( Full Answer )
Well in the case that unicorns may be real, I would highly suggest you not provoke the unicorn into attacking you. However, Unicorns are best known to be very gentle and peaceful creatures. They only show themselves to pure maidens. Their horns are used for healing and neutralizing poisons more so t…han killing one. So leave the unicorn alone and you should be fine =) ( Full Answer )
If you are suspicious about a business's practices, call the Better Business Bureau for your area. Tips From the Denver Post: Tips for job-seekers â¢ Never pay an upfront fee to anyone guaranteeing to find you work. A company or career counselor can receive money only once they've place…d you in a job. â¢ Be suspicious of unsolicited calls and e-mails offering work. â¢ In the application stage, never give out bank-account or credit-card information or a Social Security number. Be wary of job descriptions that require you to use your own bank accounts to process company work. â¢ Be suspicious of jobs involving financial services that don't require an interview. â¢ If a job offer seems too good to be true, it probably is. Check out companies with their own websites and at the Colorado secretary of state's office. ( Full Answer )
Just kill it with garlic juice. Squirt the juice in the eyes... Okay well the last post was very stupid, mine is way better.... Okay so make sure you have at LEAST 1 other person with you (You wont go as crazy and you can put your brains together and work as one) Get close to Jesus (He is always a g…reat company and will provide you with whoever/whatever you need) Make sure you have food. Like cans (No canned soup they go bad to quick). LOTS OF WATER. Barricade yourself if you have food for at least a year or two (Bye then the zombies should have died down or you'll kill yourself) loll. PS: Okay, zombies AREN'T REAL ( Full Answer )
As u kno that prevention is always better than cure....so to protect ourself from any kind of disease one must first improve his/her immune system.punctuality,cleanliness,good habits,patience,positiveness is required. u should read magazines,news paper to update ur knowledge n kno more about health… n diseases.....drink loads of water even if u r not thirsty(not chilled water)....but not in between ur meals..u can sip a little water in between meals..... Exercise atleast for 15-20 mins atleast 4 -5 times a week....sound sleep of aleast 6 hrs is essential n make a regular bed time... Do not go 4 oily n junk food bcoz it lowers ur immune power thereby causing small problems which may overwhelm....always clean ur hands after coming from outside with some antiseptic hand wash.....u must regularly visit to ur family doctor,dentist...floss after eating anything....brush ur teeth twice a day....go 4 outdooor activities like brisk walk,swimming...or any other game or activity to inhale fresh air.............etc ...etc.. Finally....in d nutshell,even if u kno all these things,u must follow these things with decipline....n u ll live a healthy life...May God bless U :) ( Full Answer )
Narcissists just plain don't care if they're bothering someone, so there's not really anything you can do to make your mother stop. That's why many people who know a narcissist decide to just get away (this is called "no contact", or NC). By staying away from narcissists, you can guarantee they w…on't bother you. Some of them try to pester you, etc., for a time, but if you don't give in and talk to them, they eventually give up. If you Google things like "How to go no contact with a narcissist", you'll find help. There are also good sites for helping you and your sister with your mother, like the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers site and Light's House, which is for adult children of toxic and difficult parents. As long as you have contact with her, she's GOING to annoy and upset you. That's because narcissists are always the ones in control, or else. So breaking it off is really the only way to avoid her emotional abuse. ( Full Answer )
Alpha particles have little ability to penetrate. They are generally stopped by a few inches of air, or a piece of paper. In general, if they strike a person's body, they are stopped by the outermost layer of skin, which is mostly made up of dead cells. If they are emitted inside a person's body, ho…wever, the first cells they hit are likely to be living. So the protection from alpha particles consists primarily of being careful not to ingest or breath anything that can give them off. The commonest source of alpha particles that cause problems is radon gas, which is often a problem in the basements of buildings, rooms with floors that contact the earth, and in well water. If there is any doubt about the presence of radon, it is wise to test the air. Many hardware stores have kits, they can be purchased online, and a variety of companies perform service. Remediation can be done on most buildings. Some people work in environments where dust of alpha emitting materials could be breathed in or ingested. Precautions vary depending on the materials, but anyone who could conceivably be exposed should be instructed as to safety. ( Full Answer )
take a class against abuse and learn to protect your self against abuse and if you are getting abused tell someone right away.
Some people say "there is no such thing as magic" Magic is not necessorily evil. Evil magic cannot harm good people. A Pentacle is known to protect people from evil magic. Magic circle is also a sacred space where the inside is protected from evil.
The good thing is that 'cyberstalking' scares you, as it should.This has become a huge issue in the past decade, so I'm going toshare a few tips with you to help you avoid stalkers on the Web. 1. Never, ever, ever give out your home address. -This also means you shouldn't add strangers to media sit…es (e.g.Facebook) if it contains personal information.. 2. Add Passwords! - Itmay seem like common sense, but (some) people use super simplepasswords like their birth date. This information is easy toattain, if the user isn't careful. Try another person's birth datemixed with punctuation and symbols or whatever you can remember,just make it difficult for others.. 3. Search Yourself - Try conducting a Web searchingusing your name and phone number. You need to ensure nothing is outthere that you don't know about; it can be fatal. A cyber stalkercould have created a blog, Facebook page, or other accounts usingyour name, picture(s), or other personal data. Only you can controlhow you're viewed on the Web.. 4. Be Suspicious. - Don't respond to suspiciousincoming e-mails, phone calls, or text messages requesting yourinformation. There are many spoofs out there that can mimic thenumber of your bank, for example, and this tricks people intounveiling critical information. If you feel vulnerable, hang up thephone, and call the bank (or other institution) directly to ensureyou're not the target of a cyber stalker.. 5. Never, ever, ever give out your Social Security Number(SSN)!. - Again, it seems like common sense,right? Well, many people have fallen victim to identity theftbecause they weren't careful. A cyber stalker with your "social"will have immediate access to every part of your life. Don't givethe number out unless you know who it is, and why they're askingfor it.. ( Full Answer )
by just walking to him and sayin ayo ayooo smd lil braa for i ki.. u
1-cover the container that has water so mosquito will not gonna lay there eggs there thx for reading love _______
there were many ways to protect yourself, including;. 1.anderson/morrison shelters. 2.Blackout. 3.getting under tables. 4.go in the tramway repair pits.
to protect yourself in a fire you could use a fire blanket or an fire extinguisher. if you have nothing you want to go low on the ground and try not breath in the smoke and head for the closest exit , call the fire department. if you are actually on fire you stop drop and roll.
Cut an apple in half the shape in the middle with the seeds will protect you from any evil.
Well, that dependents on what the definition is. If the definition is correct the yes you are indeed.
I'm not a hundred percent sure. But I'v lived in a haunted house with a very angry spirit. And I just got a cross necklace and wore it everyday. That actually helped, too. I can't really answer the rest because I'm exactly aware of the situation. Just try wearing a cross necklace like I did. I reall…y hope this will help. If it doesn't, I'm sorry. ( Full Answer )
The best way to not contract HIV or AIDS is to avoid sex, illegal injection drugs, and puncture wounds. Barring that, just avoid casual sex, use condoms, don't inject drugs, and use safe handling practices if you must handle blood or contaminated objects. If you are addicted to injection drugs, then… make sure you use a new, sterile syringe each time and seek drug treatment. If you somehow get poked, cut, injected, or stabbed with an object that might contain HIV/AIDS, let the wound bleed and immediately see a doctor. The doctor may put you on an AIDS cocktail just in case, and you should be tested every 3 months after the incident for at least a year. If you still don't show signs by then, they will take you off the medication. One thing to keep in mind is that while HIV is a real threat, it is not the only one. More people contract hepatitis than AIDS, and it is spread pretty much the same way (though some strains of hepatitis can also be spread through food - be careful where you dine). ( Full Answer )
Nuclear_Radiation_Protection If you can get a radiation detector and test the level for yourself. If you just want to be sure, here are the best ways (listed in the order of importance) that you can protect yourself from nuclear radiation poisoning's harmful effects: Zeolite: Get some natural z…eolites (zeolit) Ginseng: A good Blended Ginseng modulates the body's ability to remove radioactive debris Kelp: (bio-available Iodine - one of the natural foods that fight radiation exposure) Ashwagandha: Helps the thyroid remove radiation Fulvic Acid: (breaks down radiation and heavy metals accumulated in the body) Chlorella: Highest chlorophyll content supplement - squelches radioactive debris Nascent Iodine: a consumable iodine in its atomic form that attracts and removes radioactive toxins from the thyroid and body Sea Salt: Natural protection to help your body detox radiation Reishi Mushroom: Very Powerful Immunity Builder. ( Full Answer )
There isn't a 100 percent way to protect your self from getting it. But here are some precautions to take. Also you're not always doomed to get it from some one that has it if you take some precautions. Try not to have unprotected one night flings. The more partners you have the more at risk you cou…ld be to contract herpes or other stds. Get to know your partners. Honesty is big in relationships, if you partner is honest with you and they want to be with you then they should tell you if they have herpes or any stds. If you happen to have a partner has herpes; Never have sex around the time they have a break out. It's safer to have intercourse when they have no sgns or symptoms of a break out. The person with herpes should be willing to take antiviral medication or suppressants to help prevent break outs and make them less likely to pass herpes onto you. Unless you plan on having children with them you can use condoms in between break outs. If you find it's too much risk for you then maybe you shouldn't be with this person. ( Full Answer )
You have little to fear from wolves, as they try harder to avoid you than you try to avoid them. They're usually very peaceful animals, just try to stay out of their territory and don't get too close.
My stepmother is a classic narcissist as well as a sociopath. I was not aware of this... just confused by her actions... until a psychiatrist gave me a definition. As a narcissist she is incapable of empathy and looks down on those who display normal human emotions of compassion, pity etc. As a soci…opath, she knows right from wrong (and thus how to cover her tracks) but she does not care. It is very difficult to defend yourself from these people, because often they have accumulated great wealth and power. However, they DO HAVE ONE VULNERABILITY.... they do not like to be embarrassed, have any cracks in their carefully built image revealed, or allow their dirty dealings to become public. Therefore, I laid down the ground rules with my stepmother straightforwardly.... I told her exactly what I expected and what the penalty would be if she did not comply..... for example, she would hide the fact that he was in the hospital. I told her that if I did not receive immediate notice when he went to the hospital, I would be sure to call her office and be very publicly distraught that I did not know where he was. I could not prevent her from stealing a $25 million inheritance... she planned that for 15 years to hide his dementia and change his will. However, I did put her on notice that I know who she is and I am not afraid of her. Be careful though, and know that you must be able to back up any threat. Also know that you cannot get on her good side. If you want to drive her crazy, show her lots of pity and tell her how tired she looks, recommend good plastic surgeons etc. She will hate your pity more than anything else. But as far as appealing to her "kindness" or trying to convince others what you are dealing with... forget it. She really is to be pitied, because she is simply missing an essential ingredient of being human. Some Practical Advice: First, you should read up on the disorder. There are dozens of good websites sponsored by well known hospitals and other respected institutions that sponsor web pages devoted to narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder. If you have a good understanding of narcissism you will have the knowledge to deal with it more constructively. Here are a few pointers: . keep your distance- don't get too close and do not let them into your personal life . be practical about the disorder- you won't change them so step back whenever their narcissistic behavior rises to the surface . define some limits- by not responding to inappropriate behavior you reinforce it . avoid conflict . do not try to argue or reason with them- your winning or convincing is counter to their world view- they will not allow it . gain more understanding to enable you to work as constructively as possible . give practical support when and if they ask for it ( Full Answer )
One way is to stand your ground and say, very loudly and demanding, stand very tall and erect when you say this. Another way is to shoot it, but that is probably not a very likely choice.
Read all of the loan contract/ agreement. Make sure you understand what it means. Don't just ask the salesperson what it means-- take a copy home and look up the words and phrases you don't understand. Ask somebody else to review it, and go with you to business where you intend to get this loan. Su…ppose you know everything there is to know about how this loan is supposed to work and what happens if you can't pay it back. Then there's just one more question to answer. If you can't afford to live without this loan NOW, what's going to be different in the near future when you have to start making those payments on it? Where will you get this 'extra money' that you don't have now, after the loan money is spent and your regular income from your normal job is not enough? ( Full Answer )
First, you should read up on the disorder. There are dozens of good websites sponsored by well known hospitals and other respected institutions that sponsor web pages devoted to narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder. If you have a good understanding of narcissism you will have the knowled…ge to deal with it more constructively. Here are a few pointers: . keep your distance- don't get too close and do not let them into your personal life . be practical about the disorder- you won't change them so step back whenever their narcissistic behavior rises to the surface . define some limits- by not responding to inappropriate behavior you reinforce it . avoid conflict . do not try to argue or reason with them- your winning or convincing is counter to their world view- they will not allow it . gain more understanding to enable you to work as constructively as possible . give practical support when and if they ask for it First, you should read up on the disorder. There are dozens of good websites sponsored by well known hospitals and other respected institutions that sponsor web pages devoted to narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder. If you have a good understanding of narcissism you will have the knowledge to deal with it more constructively. Here are a few pointers: . keep your distance- don't get too close and do not let them into your personal life . be practical about the disorder- you won't change them so step back whenever their narcissistic behavior rises to the surface . define some limits- by not responding to inappropriate behavior you reinforce it . avoid conflict . do not try to argue or reason with them- your winning or convincing is counter to their world view- they will not allow it . gain more understanding to enable you to work as constructively as possible . give practical support when and if they ask for it First, you should read up on the disorder. There are dozens of good websites sponsored by well known hospitals and other respected institutions that sponsor web pages devoted to narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder. If you have a good understanding of narcissism you will have the knowledge to deal with it more constructively. Here are a few pointers: . keep your distance- don't get too close and do not let them into your personal life . be practical about the disorder- you won't change them so step back whenever their narcissistic behavior rises to the surface . define some limits- by not responding to inappropriate behavior you reinforce it . avoid conflict . do not try to argue or reason with them- your winning or convincing is counter to their world view- they will not allow it . gain more understanding to enable you to work as constructively as possible . give practical support when and if they ask for it First, you should read up on the disorder. There are dozens of good websites sponsored by well known hospitals and other respected institutions that sponsor web pages devoted to narcissism and narcissistic personality disorder. If you have a good understanding of narcissism you will have the knowledge to deal with it more constructively. Here are a few pointers: . keep your distance- don't get too close and do not let them into your personal life . be practical about the disorder- you won't change them so step back whenever their narcissistic behavior rises to the surface . define some limits- by not responding to inappropriate behavior you reinforce it . avoid conflict . do not try to argue or reason with them- your winning or convincing is counter to their world view- they will not allow it . gain more understanding to enable you to work as constructively as possible . give practical support when and if they ask for it ( Full Answer )
The fact you want to stop swearing at your sister means that you are maturing. If your sister bothers you and you feel like swearing then turn around and go to the privacy of your room or go outside of the house or go for a walk to cool off.
Seeing as your sister is not a boss in a video game, I'd say that you don't and that your sister probably isn't old enough to be an actual narcissist.