Little Acons – No. 11


A series of memes which encapsulates the mind set of the narcissistic parent towards their child resulting in the creation of the Adult Child of a Narcissist.

5 thoughts on “Little Acons – No. 11

  1. Sillyolperson says:

    Dear Mr Tudor,
    My grandmother’s exact words to my mother!
    She was a cold prickly person! My grandfather wasn’t much better, he was selfish to core! Wasn’t the least bit interested in his own children or grandchildren. They were quite well off and let my mother struggle on her own with two kids.
    My mother wasn’t involved with mine either, she can barely remember their names, but she can remember her animal’s names and name her roses.
    I seem to have been cursed with my family!

  2. Sniglet says:

    This is where logic escapes some of the narcissists when time comes to raising their own child or children. Their concern is about their own goals much too often which is proof that they are indeed lacking some cognitive functioning and are not as intelligent as they think they are. I thought any person who has had a difficult childhood would be more inclined to care and nurture of their young.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I understand your point but that of course presupposes that person is capable of caring about others.

  3. narc affair says:

    I remember this one and it really makes me sad. Children rely on their parents to be fun and participate in the things they enjoy even if its not an interest to the parent. As a parent ive had to remind myself of this bc theyll be times im not thrilled about something my kids want to do but thats love is doing things for others and not just thinking about yourself. Put yourself in their shoes as a child what was it like? Adults so often forget what it was like to be a child and how something like christmas lights are so exciting to them! The narc parent never knew that as a child so they cant relate to their own childrens wants and desires. Its sad for both the narc parent and the child bc they miss out on so much together.

  4. Salome says:

    What’s narcissistic here?
    The parents are right!
    Next time this kid will think before asking a gift…
    The good parents should teach their children that every action has the consequence.

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