Will I Ever Be Good Enough? Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers [Book Review]

Some daughters grow up with a nagging sense of something not quite right in their relationship with their mothers, though the daughters can't place their finger on what's off exactly. It's a vague, pervasive feeling of being unloved and ignored. They feel like somehow, in some way, the loving relationship that other people seem to … Continue reading Will I Ever Be Good Enough? Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers [Book Review]

ACoNs Speak Out: The Highlights of a Recent Study About Parental Narcissism

Editor's Note: This May, research project manager Valerie Coles emailed me about giving adult children of narcissists (ACoNs) an opportunity to participate in her study (along with Dr. Jennifer Monahan) about parental narcissism. Tonight, she sent the highlights of the summary and news. Note that the researcher used the term "perceived" not to invalidate ACoNs' … Continue reading ACoNs Speak Out: The Highlights of a Recent Study About Parental Narcissism

Your Final Chance to Participate in an ACoN Study

If you've not participated in The University of Georgia's recent study of how parental communications affect adults, you've still a final chance. Research project manager Valerie Coles emailed about giving adult children of narcissists (ACoNs) another opportunity to participate in the study. The short, simple survey will be open for participants up through June. (Bonus: … Continue reading Your Final Chance to Participate in an ACoN Study

A Hearty Thank You From ACoN Study Researchers

Editor's note: I received the following update from researcher Valerie Coles and wanted to share it with Invisible Scar readers! From Valerie Coles: THANK YOU AGAIN FOR ALL OF YOUR AID! First, thank you for your help in featuring, distributing, and/or participating in our study!  We are truly amazed and humbled at how many ACONs … Continue reading A Hearty Thank You From ACoN Study Researchers