Fifteen Boundary Breaking Behaviours

 

 

We never respect boundaries, do not regard them as applicable to us, whether those boundaries are accepted social conventions or boundaries enshrined in law, we have little or no regard for them. These rules, procedures, conventions and laws are for the little people, not titans such as us. We go where we want, when we want and do what we want. Driven by our astonishing sense of entitlement, absent empathy and innate superiority, we smash through barriers and boundaries every day. This is a total mind set which we adopt and the examples of this are legion. Here are fifteen instance of our boundary breaking behaviours.

 

  1. Anything of yours is automatically ours.
  2. You are an extension of us.
  3. We make you feel guilty if you say no to us.
  4. We make you believe that you are something that you are not.
  5. We ignore and/or deny your needs.
  6. We invade your spaces.
  7. We allow your sense of self-esteem and self-worth to be eroded.
  8. We make you solely responsible for our needs.
  9. We make you say “yes” to us through a sense of obligation.
  10. We make you feel it is necessary to always please us.
  11. We treat you unequally.
  12. We fail to support you.
  13. We expect you to agree with us all of the time.
  14. We expect you to read our minds so you do what we want.
  15. We dominate your resources – time, energy, attention, socialising, money and emotions.
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18 thoughts on “Fifteen Boundary Breaking Behaviours”

  1. No, you don’t respect boundaries…you don’t believe in boundaries. Having a narcissist for a parent means being raised WITHOUT BOUNDARIES, being raised with the idea that a lack of boundaries is the rule & not the exception. Now, as an adult, when I try to establish healthy boundaries with my mother, it’s a monumental effort because she’s so set in her ways. I turn off the location service on my phone so she can’t track my phone & stalk me when I’m out somewhere, and she becomes angry that I’ve denied her 24/7 access to myself. I have $20 and don’t give her $19.95 (as a “tribute”, the way an unfeeling pays tribute to the boss in an organized crime family), I’m holding out on her/hiding money.

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  2. General question plaguing me…Israel pain and suffering you cause calculated or incidental ? Is it planned in advance or do you believe/hope each new source of fuel might be the last, permanent one?

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    1. I do hope the new source of fuel is the one who gets it right.
      The pain and suffering caused is collateral to the need for fuel. The lesser of our kind cause it without realising, the greater of our kind plan and calculate it.

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    1. The good doctors have described it as narcissistic sociopathy.
      The catalyst for this label is still under review but I am aware of where the finger is pointing.

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  3. Do you want the help hg or you just want the inhertance and the attention your getting via your writinga and blogs. What’s the real reason hg.

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      1. Fit in… into what? Society? Your family?

        How can it be, when you are `so special, different, even God-like´?

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  4. Some yes, some no.

    My money, time, resources, socialising etc always mine no matter what.

    Yes, ignore/deny needs, invade space, treat unequally, (try to) erode self esteem, failure to support, absolutely spot on; and the idiot wonders why I dumped his fat arse. 🙂

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  5. I believe a true nc would never desire to fit in. If he or she were simply average then they might easily
    1) get less attention than beforel
    2) allow others to be compete for the humanoid targets that they need to get to their fuel supply.
    When the unlimited supply of fuel is suddenly stopped then does nc get depressed? or just more desperate?
    I’ve made some huge mistakes in my life and been depressed!

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    1. When there is a cessation of fuel RB, desperation sets in, as a consequence of the need for fuel and it is then when the fuel is not forthcoming that the narcissist descends into depression.

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