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14 thoughts on “The Rules of Ex Club – No. 5”
My ex MMRN described all of his exes as “crazy” or “bipolar” and if there was a celebrity he didn’t like, they were bipolar too. I always wondered why he was always trying to “diagnose” everyone but himself.
Oops. That comment was meant for the…
‘How the Narcissist conquers your senses to feed from you’ article, as well as The Greater Narcissist’s ex is plabelled as having mental health issues.
Wouldn’t their lieutenants start to think ‘Crikey, he always dates crazy women. Maybe there’s something wrong with him’? It doesn’t exactly flatter the Greater, does it – only being able to attract the ‘insane’. Obviously, we wouldn’t know previous girlfriends and their friends/family, where those tactics work better.
My MR refused to let me have a shirt that had his scent on it (Joop) and said “Sorry but I love my shirts and they cost a lot of money”. I think maybe that’s just a result of me being a DLS and not worth THAT much effort as he had already, completely, secured the fuel supply.
I enjoyed this read. It was a seduction in itself.
This comment made me laugh.. Yes, you aren’t supposed to tell people you were with a nut bag! I don’t tell many people and certainly not people I go out with. It’s embarrassing.
Sarah Jane it is not their fault that these women become so obsessed with all of their greatness that they lose all self-control. They are saints for putting up with the madness for as long as they did, but the crazies refuse to get the help they need. Don’t you see? They are the victims. Of course this is their mindset, not the mindset of us crazies. We tell a different story.
The whole premise that a certain individual can’t hold down a relationship should be seen as red flag #1, second is they all end up with a *crazy*. Wonder what the common denominator is? 😄
Exactly, Narc Noob.
And it’s wonderful to read and find out so many more red flags that do exist. It’s uncanny. At least we’re armed for the next time (if there will ever be an inclination to want a next time, with any body).
The sad thing is if we are you made us that way 😄
During the divorce my ex husband told my co workers ( people he doesn’t even know well) that my mother suffers from paranoid schizophrenia and clearly I’ve got some mental issues as well . He of course tried “ to help me “.
That’s after 22 years of being together.
It is hilarious really.. Not one person I work with would call me crazy. That is a pretty objective environment I suppose. I’m well regarded in academics, at work.. It really is funny to think that I’m literally insane but I’m tasked with caring for the children. It’s illogical and amuses me.
Hahaha I was labled crazy from day one. I have now graduated to “train wreck”. u wonder if he knows that I laugh at his insults? They should bother me, but I find him to be quite entertaining. Not in the way he is hoping for I am sure 😉
Not just the ex of the greater!