The Narcissistic Truths – No. 25

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11 thoughts on “The Narcissistic Truths – No. 25”

  1. Red
    Is the passion I feel
    Is the fire that burns
    Is the love I give
    Is the blood that gives

    Is the rage that burns
    Is the fire that consumes
    Is the vengeance sought
    Is the blood that takes

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  2. Ahhh yes…. so do we!!

    Its a real benifit at times when you can shed skins so quickly and easily…. or as one of my little….. “appliances”…… lol…. like to say: “How do you switch from 1 CJ to another in the blink of an eye?!!”.

    Hrmm….. yes….. The chameleon…. it works for us in so many ways!!! Lol

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  3. That’s how I feel when I’m out in public. I feel that you are all around me and my red neon sign is flashing.

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  4. And you can switch groups of friends and certain click with no problem . I feel like the word change doesn’t intimidate you but you prefer change in every aspect of your life . Whether it be jobs or girlfriends or friends . Once you are away from your normal group and ease into a new group you don’t miss your old friends or what you used to know .

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      1. That is not possible HG. Your kind are very consistent in many ways and in just as many ways so very inconsistent that it is like witnessing the battle spoken in the American Indian Proverb. To observe your kinds behaviours is educational to say the least but and I mean but being appointed as your personal referee’s to your consistent mind clash is boring. The story of the two wolves in the heart at war with one and other is in every human however with the narcissist the battle is displayed and may as well be manifest by yourselves wrestling with a crocodile! Wrestling with the croc needs no referee or adjudicator. I feel for your kind and still have a little empathy as it must be a real war going on inside your kind that spills over every day of your lives. When training a horse one educates the horse not by domination but by consistently making it most difficult for the horse to do the wrong thing and exceptionally easy to train the horse to do the right thing often. The narcissist thrives on doing the wrong thing so often and finds most difficult doing the right thing. A horse that persistently fights doing the right thing is not a horse with a bad attitude but aa horse that has had humans with a bad attitude in its presence and daily life through the various owners that have discarded previously, the horse.

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