Top 10 Healthy Boundaries: Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Quotes

The first thing you need to learn is that the person who is angry at you for setting boundaries is the one with the problem. - Drs. Cloud and Townsend, Boundaries.
Anger Response for Setting Boundaries Quote

The first thing you need to learn is that the person who is angry at you for setting boundaries is the one with the problem. - Drs. Cloud and Townsend, Boundaries

Find Dr. Cloud on his website.

Johnson County Kansas Sidebar (with two bonus photos to help keep us all on the same page):

Johnson County Kansas Recovery Quote Exception (to the immediately above photo quote): Unless it requires an "outer policeman" to reinforce your boundaries with any criminal psychopath running loose in Kansas who should have been incarcerated decades ago, for example, who runs wild without an "inner policeman." Then, you will need a police report. Good luck with that one! Be sure to cover your genitals if you go near the police station to be gaslighted by police while trying to report the criminal. They then call Johnson County Mental Health, which is Mission Police Departments SOP. Now, in case this is unclear to anyone, this is not due to a lack of self-love. Doi. 

Sidebar Bonus Photo #1:

Johnson County Corruption

Johnson County Recovery Quotes Sidebar 1: Here is just a small sampling of what I received for trying to report these psychopaths to the inept and corrupt local law enforcement. Now in case you are challenged in some way that is not readily apparent, this is police corruption not a mental health issue. Note: The linked to article may well be hacked and edited as I was being sprayed with chemicals and/or drugs, hacked, etc., even as I was entered it in The Year of the Police Report - 2016. It is now the 8th month of 2017 and nothing has improved, some things continue but are done more subtly, and several things are considerably worse. This is not due to any deficiency in my boundaries, but the ineptness and corruption of the local criminal justice system.

Sidebar Bonus Photo #2:

"What's gaslighting?" - Overland Park Uniformed Officer in the Police Station - 2016

"Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse used by narcissists in order to instill in their victim an extreme sense of anxiety and confusion to the point where they no longer trust their own memory, perception or judgment. The techniques used in "Gaslighting" by the narcissist are similar to those used in brainwashing, interrogation, and torture that have been used in psychological warfare thathave been used by intelligence operative, law enforcement and other forces for decades."

The Effects of Gaslighting in Narcissistic Victim Syndrome by Christine Louis de Canonville on Narcissistic Behavior 

Now, back to The Top 10 Healthy Boundaries: Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Quotes:

Don't apologize for setting good boundaries. Good boundaries are fair for both parties; narcissistic people of course will not see them as fair. Fair to them means they get it their way. You don't have to keep saying, "I'm sorry" when you speak up for your needs. Stop your 'So Sorry Scenarios.' Save your 'sorrys' for when you truly hurt others. Dr. Lynne Namka, Interrupting Narcissistic Behavior 


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