Darlings and Demons


The narcissist moves amongst people and is often regarded as a wonderful person, a delight to be around and a positive darling. Few realise, at least, not until it is too late that he or she is the proverbial wolf in sheep’s clothing as those dead, coal-black eyes focus on their prey and they move in to ensnare their unwitting victim. The narcissist remains the perfect darling for some time until one day the demon is exposed and with it all the demonic and hateful forces that accompany the dark-hearted one. Here the narcissist provides you with further insight into what is going on in his or twisted mind. The key to achieving freedom from the narcissist is to understand him or her. To do this one must delve into his or her mind and see the world as the narcissist does,only then does the illogical suddenly become logical, the strange becomes familiar and the odd finally makes sense. Use this resource of observations and insights from the narcissist himself in order to understand and gain freedom, including a revelatory insight into how the narcissist knows what he or she is doing and why he wants to harness this understanding.

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3 thoughts on “Darlings and Demons

  1. Diva says:

    I was ruled out on the first sentence…….no one would be able to conjure up those words to describe me!!!!

  2. Stephanie Day says:

    I agree 100 percent! One can not heal or even begin to understand until they can connect all dots i.e. formulate an unique template. Kind of like an auto mechanic can’t fix a diesel engine with same tools as a hybrid engine. It’s truly apples and oranges metaphor. As an empath I can’t let go of adversity until I understand the context. Narc context is whole other animal, sadly.

  3. quite accurate and we need a new way of rearing children-fast. non?

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