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by Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq.  “How do I deal with my narcissistic boss?” is the most common complaint I get about high-conflict people in the workplace. They are everywhere, and seem to be increasing these days – from the lowest … Continue reading

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 DO YOU FEEL TRAPPED BY THIS PERSON? -Intense anger -Sudden mood swings -Emotionally manipulative -Seeks revenge/vindication -Impulsive, self-destructive -Clingy, needy The NIH estimated 5.9% of the population has a Borderline Personality Disorder.* Living next door to a person with BPD … Continue reading

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Since you’re reading this blog, I’ll assume you have a difficult person in your life; someone who blows up at little things, puts words in your mouth and plays the role of a professional victim. I’m not referring to ax murderers, although they are certainly bad. I’m talking about people we call HCP’s (High Conflict People). They are expert at blaming you for their problems and frustrate you to no end with their aggressive behavior. The key to dealing with it is to understand it, so read on. Continue reading

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