More Confessions of a Narcissist

A further insight into the dark and manipulative mind of the narcissist. Learn all about how this covert and dangerous individual thinks, acts and behaves. It is an invaluable excursion into the blackened heart of one of the devil’s lieutenants. An incisive and direct series of confessions which will alarm and alert. Unmissable.

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17 thoughts on “More Confessions of a Narcissist”

  1. @ Caroline, I was having that thought about ”my ” narc today. We are sort of connected again and I know he is fulling his IPSS closet and I see he is being frenetic in texting someone on WhatsApp. I was wondering , is he tired of this game? Chasing again? Pupetting again a new one, texting and texting while he is with IPPS etc. Planning his fall schedule I guess. Summer is quite hard for new endeavors as IPPS is around a lot more at this time of year. So I was wondering the same, he was telling me… ‘ I get high high high on this new person… than low low low low…” Food for thoughts and I do miss those 2 months where I could not give a fuck about him. It felt good- I hate that he is back in my mind…Although I manage limited interaction, nothing in person etc. Hi Caroline BTW… Hope you are well 🙂

  2. I’ve read some of your work. Stop telling me what to do. I’ve also seen how the blog works thanks. No disrespect, but you are irrelevant to me also. I have already explained this to you.

    1. Unfortunately for you, your comment demonstrates that you do not understand. If you did, you would not have written what you wrote. I am irrelevant am I? Your copious attempts to attract my attention tend to suggest otherwise. At least be consistent.

  3. HG, we don’t always get a decent summer in Britain, (you know this), so I really hope you are outside enjoying it and not stuck inside, forget the blog, go and relax, listen to some music, and have a G & T or beer on me!

      1. Says the sociopathic narcissist….

        No disrespect Tudor, but I’m trained not to trust anything you or someone like you would say. I know on here you have no reason to lie, but at the same time I wouldn’t put it past you to. And surely you would want us to be wary.

      2. No disrespect but you are irrelevant to me. You need to read my work (and understand the blog dynamic) and understand it and then you will realise why. I’ve already explained this to you.

  4. HG, you are the Greater. You know what you are doing. You are playing people like puppets, creating some chaos and drama and watch them do what you pushed them to do. It gives you fun, it gives you fuel. But I’m wondering.. isn’t it boring? You are the controller, there is no uncertainty in your relationships, ofc there is chase, you win the race, people act like you wanted and… and what? What do you feel when you complete the mission? At first happiness? But then? Boredom? Emptiness? And you are forced to do the same things all over again to get that high one more time. I don’t know, for me it sounds quite depressive, like a mouse on spinning wheel…

    1. Yes Carolyn, that’s why he doesn’t do happy. It’s not really living, it’s surviving! That’s all he knows how to do. But maybe he can in time move towards something a bit different, more challenging, and that will be healthier, something that lasts longer. I hope so. I think we would all like this for him.

      I am happy to be irrelevant to you Tudor. I would never ever want that to change.

    2. That’s why he likes targets that are a challenge. Do you read his books? That’s where the most content is regarding his personal life.

      The term “stuck in the rat wheel” usually refers to the work dynamic.

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