The Narcissistic Truths – No. 86

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18 thoughts on “The Narcissistic Truths – No. 86”

  1. HG – What are you learning in therapy? Are you coming to a sense of self-realization then but not changing? Never changing? You are very intelligent and perceptive – maybe too much so to be taken in by the suggestions for change?

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    1. I am achieving awareness and self-realisation. I am linking events in my past with what i do and why I do it. I am also learning more about my relationship with my family which is interesting. Change is not something I deem necessary at the present time.

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      1. No, I’ve never been married. I have attended weddings and always thought ‘who knows what the future brings for them, but at this point in time, they believe in their love and each other and take a leap of faith’… that’s all you can hope for.

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      1. I had to look up what a rude mouth is. Apparently it is similar to a potty mouth. It is hard for me to be vulgar. But all the more power to those who can.

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  2. What a pity! We learn many things from our mistakes, we evolve, we improve. Who does not see mistakes on its path does not grow, does not move in the future of the world.
    I think, however, that you learn much from your mistakes, it does not mean that you you’re sorry to have them committed.

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  3. Ah, yes, Mr. Perfect. In a text earlier this year he admitted that he wasn’t as good at something as he thought he was. He was trying to get back into my good graces so I imagine he told himself it was a self-serving lie as he typed it, but I did save that message, lol. It’s kinda sad, because he is really good at a lot of stuff so if he could ever shut his mouth, listen, and learn he might be almost as good as he thinks he is. So much potential wasted.
    One hilarious aspect of our relationship is that although I’m 15 years older than him and he’s smart and physically fit, I can beat him at most games.

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