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4 thoughts on “The Rules of Ex Club – No. 22”
When I saw this, i found it hilarious!
Not sure why really. I think more laughing at the Ns of the world, that they just go around repeating the same ole tosh to all and sundry.
well, is this always the case? I wonder sometimes. He (a greater) has been married to her (beautiful calm blonde, model and artist, family from lovely environment, forest, sea harbour, it seems) for 18 yrs now.
Haven’t met them at all for 20 years, but the little to be found on facebook looks lovely and warm. I’m so puzzled. Has she really ever felt any devaluation?
If he is an N cb, then there is no doubt at all that she would have suffered at his hands. Of course everything looks perfect on facebook, it’s all about the facade. He wants people to believe he lives the perfect life and not suspect he is not what he seems. Her own N trait of pride would kick in, she wants to show the world everything is perfect between them whether she does or does not believe his lies.
I could rephrase and say:
A poor lowpaid ex’s yesterday, is probably not exactly the tomorrow of the richfamily current girlfriend/wife.
I definitely think the narcissist treats the spouse coming from the ‘right family’ much better, and that the golden period can last for years and years
(The better the prime aims, the longer the golden period)