Little Acons – No. 26

I ALWAYSKNOWBEST

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4 thoughts on “Little Acons – No. 26”

  1. True for what the narc parent likes to believe, but I laughed when I just read it. It is the opposite for me as a parent. I never know for sure what’s best! There are always so many variables to consider! Guess it’s a lot easier for narc parents since they’re only interested in what’s best for them in that moment.

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  2. From day 1 knowing Narcisist from his late teens, ( we dated on & off 3 years) he seemed to see most women as his mom, perceive me as critical, feel attacked offended and resentful underneath his facade of seeing us as ‘equals. ‘I felt for years he secretly hated & mistrusted women. Like a wounded filter he looked through, wounded little boy. Of course I felt unease that he never really ‘saw’ nor experienced me as I was , yet sad for him wished he’d had a loving mother so he wouldn’t be so guarded. He must’ve honed his skill . When he found me 30 years later and roped me in. I believed he’s grown, changed, didn’t know a person could lie cry act humble and remorseful , I married him, He hurt me and my girls so much. 7 years later I escaped. Evil begets evil, but as a ‘weak’ ? empath I hoped love with Gods help could prevail. The more I learn the more I understand free will ( which God respects above all) even despite His perfect love can allow evil to destroy. Anyone who blames God for evil it’s only because he is the opposite of a Narcisist respecting our choices and will. What a mess.

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  3. Yes mother….for so many years what my mother said was the gospel. If she didnt like someone her version was the truth and it tainted how i looked at that person. As an adult i see how distorted her thinking can be and i decide for myself whats best for me.

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