Delusion Dispeller: Life Coach, Researcher, Counselor, and Motivational Speaker


Dear Friend,

   Thank you for allowing me the chance to help you on your quest for knowledge. I, like many of you, have been involved in relationships that involved abuse. These experiences inspired me to complete my degree in psychology, and subsequently provided the drive to help all people affected by mental disorder – by someone else or even by themselves. 
    This site is designed to provide you with information to help you understand what you are going through in your life; be it Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, or any type of mental illness that you need advice and/or information on.
    Everyone should be loved the way they want to be loved. I am here to tell you that there is hope. You and I will go on a journey together, by personal or spiritual connection, and I promise to help you get through it. Through my videos online, email, and/or phone calls I am  here to help you with your inner-self exploration
    Please let me know how I can help you, and I will listen. I am from the mind-set that the teacher learns from her students – let’s learn together. We, through learning, will heal together.



About delusiondispeller

Age almost 50 years vibrant, 4 grown daughters, 2 grands, 4 fur babies, 1 wonderful fiance I will be marrying May 7, 2016...yes this year!!! Can't wait. Divorced twice (not my fault). Love to vlog, take pictures, sing, dance, play keyboard, talk with friends. Work at local grocery store. Two college degrees in Psychology Lifecoach by profession. See video channel on
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2 Responses to Delusion Dispeller: Life Coach, Researcher, Counselor, and Motivational Speaker

  1. Earl says:

    Hi Delusion Dispeller. Your videos have really been an inspiration and motivation to me for quite a while now. By the help of God and by watching your videos I have the courage and the strenght to cut ties completely with my so-called narcissistic friend. You are a God sented. My brothers saw my ex narcissistic friend on Monday and he called me on Tuesday, but I ignored his call. Why do you think he called me?

    • Narcissists generally will not just give up on people if they think they might be a valuable resource at a later time. They try to always have someone “on the side” just in case their new conquest does not work out. I have no clue why the narc called you but I do know if he is truly a narc he is not and never was a “friend” as you call him. Narcs don’t have friends…they have fans and followers and admirers, NEVER friends.

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