Understanding Word Salad

UNDERSTANDING WORD SALAD

What is word salad?

Why do narcissists use it?

What does it sound like?

How do you deal with it?

This provides you with a comprehensive example of word salad and then detailed explanations about its use and how you may tackle it.

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3 thoughts on “Understanding Word Salad

  1. Mary says:

    This is spot on. Hub and I had this text conversation and then again in person. It is endless and it’s crazy-making. This scenario has repeated so many times I cannot keep up.

    Hub (mad because we couldn’t find each in a beach parking lot when he came by to pick me up): I waited forever and you never showed up so I drove back to the hotel.

    Me: Wait, what? I didn’t even know you were here!

    Hub: Yes you did. I saw you!

    Me: I didn’t see you. I was washing sand off my feet.

    Hub: I know. I saw you!

    Me: Well? Did you see me look at you? I never saw you here.

    Hub: I saw you! Don’t pull this bullshit! I know you saw me.

    Me: I was not looking for you because you never even texted back to say if you were on your way here! I washed my feet and went to find a place to sit. It wasn’t until I texted you to follow up that you suddenly told me you had already been here and left! Why do you think I saw you?

    Hub: Because I saw you! I saw you right there!

    Me: Did you ever see me look straight at you?

    Hub: I KNOW YOU SAW ME!

    Me: I never saw you. I had no idea you are here because you never said “on my way” or indicated you were coming by. For all I knew you were on the toilet and hadn’t left the hotel. You expect me to read your mind and I can’t and I’m fucking done trying!

  2. J.G says:

    Soup of meaningless words and phrases that make anyone crazy. Lots of technique.
    But one thing is certain in this dialogue.
    We empathics don’t know our narcissistic couples at all.
    And if we paid more attention and were more rational instead of having an emotional and sentimental thought everything would change.
    This paragraph enchanted me because it is the pure truth.
    “No you don’t know, you don’t know me at all, that’s part of the problem, if you took some time to know me, you would understand.”

    1. J.G says:

      It is incredible that now I understand more and better my former narcissist, than when I was with him. This makes me see that ironically I really pay very little attention to him. This is a criticism of him. jajajajajaj. And me without knowing it.hahahaha.

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