Privacy & Cookies Policy
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.
10 thoughts on “Little Acons – No. 45”
Hi Ah Oh,
Sorry for my late reply. I have just noticed that my comment from last weekend is missing, although I had received a Subscribe email from WP. My internet connection is very slow and my comments do not always get published (HG has nothing to do with it). Pages will not always load properly and refreshing does not always help.
I had written that there is nothing wrong wanting to be acknowledged for helping others achieve their goals. We all want to feel acknowledged or appreciated if we have contributed to someone else’s success. The problem is when narcissistic parents do not really help their children or they help very little and then they go and tell their *audience* that they (the parents) are the achievers. The Acons think their own achievements do not count at all.
Oh yes, narcissists love to take credit for their children’s achievements.
I do like the acknowledgement of providing the tools for them to achieve what they have and the fact I stood by their side while they navigated life. Yes, parents have a big roll in what they become.
Therefore it is very interesting to look at your polls and to analyse them.
if he had done a good thing, which actually was the result of his own work, he used to say, that it was only luck, not his own achievement.
It was as if he has had no influence to the outcome/ the result of his own doing.
Then his mind changes again and he was of the opinion, that he was the one who could influence every thing. He was of the opinion that somebody`s else success was the result of his influence, although he had not seen that man for more than twenty years.
There was no reality in his thoughts and they were unstable. Changing from one unrealistic view to the other unrealistic view.
Very seldom based on facts, mostly based on fantasies.
Any good is only good if its bc of the narc parent. Any achievements are bc the narc parent pushed their child and encouraged them. Its really the narcs achievement not their childs.
I believe you meant, “its really the narcs achievement not their parents.”
I believe you meant: “Its really the narcs achievement not their parents.”
Hi mona….no im speaking from the narc parents perspective. They will take credit for anything their child accomplishes.
I meant the same, but I misunderstood.