The Rules of Ex Club – No. 11

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  1. Haha he told everyone I was his best friend. Told them that’s why we went on trips together and why I spent time at his house. They believed him even after I found out about 2 of them and told them the truth.

  2. I believe that and when telling the narc that they will say “no he or she is not what are you talking about that not what I’m trying to say I’m not with him or her I’m with you why are you so damn insecure?!”

    1. Yes, we are always the insecure, irrational, dramatic ones. We can never have legit concerns or real feelings. We’re overthinking everything (which we probably are, we should probably just let go rather than be dragged any further). It’s all so sad, really.

  3. My MR would have stayed friends with all of his exes if he could. There was only one of them though, on his Facebook. She still laughed and joked with him there and praised him for certain things, but I put that down to her still not knowing what he is. His charming façade obviously still lingered with her. She was the ex who he said cheated on him (they all did) and once called him on the ‘phone whilst she was having sex with another man. He said they ‘worked’ at the time – but both him and her had issues and it fizzled out. The last two ‘important’ exes he had were best friends. He married one if them and she apparently cheated, so he became friendly with her best friend and ultimately started a relationship with her.
    He only ever talked about the residual/work/money/physical appearance benefits about his exes, rather than what they were actually like as a person. I should have noticed those comments as a red flag MUCH sooner than I did.

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