Early Warning Detector


How much did the last narcissist cost you? Thousands in “borrowed money”? Thousands in legal fees/therapy costs? Hours of wasted time deliberating and analysing? Time lost which would have been better spent with your children, your extended family and your friends. Time away from work? Time tied up in court proceedings?

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4 thoughts on “Early Warning Detector

  1. NarcOnWood says:

    Idk.. the last one isn’t really fair. Our childhood isn’t our choice. Some of us have been exposed to abuse in the family and are not on good terms with them, possibly no contact to recover, and to break the cycle. This doesn’t make them lesser, quite the opposite I’d say, independent individuals who have developed their healthy communication and strong personal boundaries the hard way – without good parenting.

  2. Nika - Survival says:

    This article will help me, as well, to ascertain who is safe and who is not.

  3. Quasi says:

    Narc Angel,

    I know you were highlighting this one for Caroline, but I thought to check it out also.
    Thank you, it’s very helpful for future reference.
    It also made me think about other pokes that might unmask a narcissist.

    Another possible question I think the man I was interacting with would hate !! Get angry with , deflect from or run away from…

    “So… When you think about personal growth your aims / goals, if there was one thing that you would change about yourself what would it be?

    He would hate this as he –

    A – would think I’m saying he is not good enough/ criticising him by implying that there is things he could change ergo – negative.
    B- it questions his overall superiority and control, not only in the conversation but his perceived control of me.
    C- Deep inside there is a part of him that hates himself, and thinks of all of the parts of himself that have been criticised in the past, the reasons his father used to rationalise his abusive behaviour towards him.

    I think if I asked him this question he would not have contained his fury.
    Once he got very frustrated when another friend asked me about my university experience, I laugh now but at the time he pulled a face on and stated “well I have been educated in the university of life”, and flounced off, not talking to us for the rest if the evening.. incredible sulk …

    The more I reflected upon the situation it became apparent to me that he struggled with his physical appearance also, he is approx 5ft 6” and very slim, not the most outstanding attractive person facially. His eyes were his main feature as is the case for many narcissists.
    I think he targeted me as he could see this was my Achilles heel also. That I didn’t see myself as attractive particularly.
    I think this was a feature he picked out in the majority of his targets, women who were in a state of flux or changes in appearance, or situation/ relationships.

    His main behaviour which sparked red flags for me over time was projection, wow he literally projected everything he was feeling.
    When he was jealous of me talking to other male friends he would make comment on it and then randomly talk about some leggy blonde walking past, it used to piss him of that I didn’t react negatively because it didn’t make me jealous, I just stated “well there are a lot of blondes around”
    His retort was “ we don’t live in Miami, it’s not like it’s baywatch here”

    Down the line when he was encouraging intimacy he would state “ I find you very attractive, and immediately ask if I found him attractive… I viewed him as a friend and didn’t really find him attractive but didnt want to hurt his feelings so stupidly on one occasion said yes of course – but quickly followed by “ but I’m not the person you need to hear that from” referring to his girlfriend ( ipps in devaluation at the time).

    It’s always in hindsight that we see things more clearly… I now have the tools to detect, all I need now is a pipe, a cool hat and a friend called Watson….

  4. Empress1 says:

    OMG!! I have ‘caught’ another NARC!!!! I ‘think’ I may have enhanced my ‘value’ as being the lady of another more successful Narc, and this one wants to think he is as powerful as the one that broke me into pieces!! OMG! Thank you so much HG– I was wondering on this this lately– ughhhhhh!!!!!!

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