The Narcissistic Truths – No. 38

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18 thoughts on “The Narcissistic Truths – No. 38”

  1. My NPD ex boyfriend’s mom (also a narc) told me she only invited me to her niece’s birthday party because she knew everyone would tell her how pretty I am. I didn’t realize it at the time, but she acted as though I were a shiny new car, soaking up the compliments and praise. I thought it odd at the time, but didn’t equate it to being objectified, until now.

  2. Finally accepting that I was just an object helped me soooo much in letting go of any hope. When first introduced to this concept, I would walk around my house and look at different things…my coffee pot…do I feel any emotional attachment? No, I don’t and if it stops working I’ll throw it away. In fact, I’ll probably upgrade as newer and more convenient coffee pots invade the market. It’s not anything personal against my coffee pot, it just makes sense to me. And upgrading is like a treat to myself. I know that narcs do have something against us when they discard and sometimes they don’t. Thinking of myself as an object hurt at first but then it really helped. It really put so many things in perspective.

  3. It is interesting ….my interpretation of the image is quite different ..It is after all a matter of perspectives.
    In this image..I actually see the narcissist..

    1. The narcissist who is tormented by his eternal need of fuel ( which he sees like a curse)
    2. The narcissist that is completely dependable on people for surviving. His need of fuel that has to be renewed all the time since he/she is not capable of attaching emotional therefore he/she sees people like objects. No emotional attachment= “Objectise” people

  4. Aye, we are simply marionette puppets that must dance to the narcs tune, until we break of course…

  5. Ps
    It hurts having to treat you differently but there’s no other way right?
    I wish empath could do it in a pleasurable way, just like your kind treats us like objects and makes it feel so good.

  6. HG
    Based on everything that I have read, would it be correct to deduce that your mother objectifies you, as well as, all other narcissistic relatives in your family and vice versa?

  7. This makes me feel like I want to stand up for myself.
    Definitely there’s something wrong with your view.
    I aknowledge it, indeed, as wrong. That may not be enough to change the way you view us but it’s enough to change the way we relate to your kind.
    You are different and you must be treated differently.

  8. This made me LOL but only because mine used to say to me,
    “You are NOT an object that I pander to for amusement!” Wow opposite day much, Mr. Piano Recital During Church? (thank you Jenna for that nickname, using it makes me laugh).

    Then there was his occasional flicker of “guilt”. “You mean so much to me Gabrielle. But I treat you like a whore!” Of course at the time I fell right into that and replied with “Do you really think that? No you don’t treat me like a whore…”

    But well yeah, he kind of DID. Duh. I was in denial with that. Does that make me a narc too? Being in denial?

  9. The image is creepy indeed. And i understand that we are all objects to you. But you see no prblm with that because you say that works best for you. Thank you for keeping us informed HG. πŸ’—

  10. Very creepy image! Were definitely objects and our feelings only matter to fuel. We arent seperate individuals with personalities, dreams and needs. Our needs are only considered during seduction and in conjunction with the narcs plans which coincide with their needs and wants.

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