Little Acons – No. 28



8 thoughts on “Little Acons – No. 28”

  1. Here’s some gems from my ex:

    “You are the only one that doesn’t think I am a nice guy.”

    “I have never fought with any other girlfriend like I fight with you.”

    “I tell you what is wrong with you so you can improve yourself.”

    “Lots of people take their cellphones with them to the bathroom.”

    “You should be glad I have female friends, some guys don’t respect women.”

  2. This is a rough one. I knew my mother couldn’t possibly know this since she knew so few people in my life. But it wore away and ate at my confidence nonetheless. It’s part of the whole campaign to make children feel unloveable.

    1. So sorry, WS2. You are abundantly loveable and likeable! XO.

      (Why don’t my emojis work? Sometimes I really need one. Drats.)

  3. Schoolyard behaviour of the narcissist. Ive seen this with my daughters ex narc friend. She built her up then devalued her and tried to get her to think no one liked her. If theres one thing i can say im grateful for my narc relationships its the fact i was the gunieau pig and now i can help my children understand narcissism and hopefully avoid narc relationships. She sees it as a lie to control. Others do like her and shes been free from her narc friend for a year now. This friend keeps hoovering and she has nothing to do with her.
    I do hope her narc friend can learn about her npd and heal from it. It saddens me to see these kids with npd so early in life. Its definitely bc of her upbringing in this case.

    1. This is the roughest thing, having your child hurt in these types of ways while at school. You are right though — with your love and wisdom, your daughter’s hurts will heal, and she’ll gain important understanding. So sad about the child with NPD.

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