The First No Contact

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The first no contact the empath did try,

Was to certain dire narcs to counter their lies,

The hoovers they used to lure them back in,

But the empath was not fooled by that oh so false grin,

No C, No C, No C, No C,

No contact ends the misery.

The empath stayed focussed and then blocked the ‘phone,

And kept the narc from their email, their messages and home,

They studied hard and they all read HG,

So they understood that his works would give liberty,

No C, No C, No C, No c,

No contact will set you free.

And so the defences were built, both firm and high,

The empath knew not to laugh, smile, shout or cry,

Thus starved of the fuel and feeling beat,

The wounded narc withdrew and beat a retreat,

No C, No C, No C, No C

No contact will secure your destinythe

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2 thoughts on “The First No Contact”

  1. I started full-on No Contact exactly four weeks ago, after reading posts elsewhere on “how to get your ex back.” Getting my ex-partner back was my original goal for No Contact.

    After finding Knowing the Narcissist two weeks ago, after gaining clarity from HG Tudor and the commenters here, I have realized that my ex-partner is an ex-narc (biggest clues: so many silent treatments, so many hoovers). My new goal is to never see or hear from my ex again and for him to know nothing else about me ever.

    While I still have visions of catching him in his lies and letting him know that I am onto him, these potential fuel-giving fantasies are fading fast, accelerated by each visit to this site (I check in here at least three times a day).

    I would not be surprised if my ex is surprised or nervous about my unusual invisibility and my sustained silence, wondering if I’m lurking around the corner. The last he knew of me was that I didn’t want the relationship to end.

    If he’s smearing me as crazy, his imagined attempts at contact or being the fact of No Contact both fit into his painting, so it doesn’t really matter what I do in terms of what he thinks.

    But, for me, silence is sweeter.

  2. I am so enjoying your personal twist on these traditional Christmas songs w/ the Narcissist spin…very creative indeed, HG!

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