The Narcissistic Truths – No. 135

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16 thoughts on “The Narcissistic Truths – No. 135”

  1. Lol you should read my letter to my ex…..

    I always knew what I was, yet if him and I never met I would still be ignoring this fact desiring to be that which I am not. I would never have found the answers to some of the questions I have had sense I was a teenager, so yes I am thankful for many things dealing with him.
    I would never have spoken to the one man that finally gave me a title and a place I am comfortable to be. A man that has helped not only me, but hundreds of empaths. A man I have a deep respect and admiration for. He may have a thank you but HG you have much more…..my respect, my admiration

  2. Ok so I learned a whole pile of crap about myself thanks to the narc. He still doesn’t know what he is… Nor does he care… Nor would he care even if he knew. But thank him?! Not fucking likely.

  3. Tudor, it is just occured to me… Lol

    Your “Narcissistic Truth”, “Little ACONS”, “The rules of ex” posts are so good and informative – short texts plus very relevant pictures – so they deserve to be published as different book! It could be some type of a Colorful Atlas that visually sums the Narcissistic Dynamic postulates. Like a crash course! Very convenient!

  4. I didn’t want to suffer trauma within a bad relationship but it happened. Once away from him the consequence was a personal and individual journey through struggle. He didn’t make me learn, grow, self reflect and develop. I did that. My ex had no part in it except as a catalyst for me to exercise my own strength of character.

    Could it be that the “making you/me” statements; E.g the ex – “don’t make me have to have an affair”, ” sorry I made you love me” etc.., are down to a narcissists perception of one exerting controlling the other, or to take all the credit (where it isn’t due*)?

    *HG the credit IS partly due to you for sharing your perceptions !! Thanks, you have certainly helped me.

  5. This can be interpreted in many ways. I’m looking at it from the perspective that I am thankful to both my narc and HG for making me see what I really am. A Super Empath, not at fault, courageous. And as a result of this awakening I’m now on my way to living an authentic life full of genuine love.
    Forever grateful,
    Peaceful.

  6. That’s truth, albeit there are less painful ways of self-cognition.

    For me, it was the “narcissistic” way of “studying”, but I have no regrets. Moreover, I’m grateful for that, especially to my Grandpatrinarc.

  7. U think ur ex is a traitor becoz her fuel became stale. She is not a traitor. She tried her best, frm her perspective. She will not see what U think she really is.

  8. ROFLMAO! Stop, you’re killin’ me! HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA! This was so my narc–with everyone! He considered himself as fulfilling a divine role. At the same time he was enlightening everyone else to their hidden flaws, he was in deep denial over his own narcissism.

  9. This is true in a weird way. I think in essence were here to learn from each other and nothings a coincidence in life. Were meant to meet who we do in our lifetime for a reason. The narcissist mirrors who we want in life and thats someone like ourselves. Codependants want that person to fill their lack of self love. Its not until we see and learn that were worth something and to respect that, that we truely love ourselves and the narcissist in a ironic way can show us that, if we pay attention. Pay attention and learn from life and dont get hung up in the emotional state too long or itll consume you. Its bigger than the heartache what were meant to take away from it.
    Narcissists help us to learn hard lessons in life and painful ones but its up to us what we do with those lessons. We decide the ultimate outcome.

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