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18 thoughts on “The Narc Days of Christmas”
I work in a hospital on night shift, a good portion of it is spent in the emergency department. There are always people who come to the emergency due to a family dispute, assault, and/or domestic violence. Drink and drugs are also usually involved in altercations. Christmas can be a tough time for people, and this year may be worse as we are still in a pandemic.
An overnight stay in A&E (ER)…….. great! Looking forward to it.
Me too, that´s what I have always wanted for Christmas! Let´s marry a narc! You know because, marriages with narcs are always so happy and they never ever cheat on you. 😉 😀 Couldn´t imagine a happier marriage with such a wonderful and absolutely faithful husband like a narc.
So, what school and cadre shall it be? Haven´t decided yet. They are all so wonderful and lovely. 😉 😀 😀 😀
I’ve never been married so I wouldn’t know what marriage with a narcissist would be like. Having said that, I know people who have been married more than 20 years (spouses never cheated – no need to – balanced, control & power aplenty – plus ‘fuel’ from other platonic sources) and they seem content.
I’m ‘keeping my mouth shut’ on that one, nobody else needs to know.
My mother never cheated, at least in the physical sense, 60 years they were married. My dad did once, who could blame him. But for her, I think she got a lot of fuel from controlling that aspect of their marriage. These are things that as their child I should know nothing about yet she made sure I did, this pisses me off still.
Ah, it still pisses you off? Well, let’s put it this way – even though you are not a narcissist (you may have the traits – I may be right about that, laughing), you can “plan” what you wish to say to her when she is on her deathbed – such a bitch thing for me to say, better start making that list now – it’s gonna be quite long by the sound of it….. (it’s your version of ‘mauling’ your narcissist)…… I may get a bollocking (not from you) for suggesting it though…..
Hahaha, Asp Emp, I may just start such a list! But honestly, I’m probably too polite to actually say these things to get on her death bed. But, a list to burn at some point, probably once she’s gone, that’s an idea!
Haha, I get the sarcasm. Lol, but they’re not so fun!!
The A&E (or ER) of broken hearts 🙁
Do we really need to know about the other eleven?
Where can I find your recording of the light and sound show you shared with us last Christmas, HG?
Emailed to you.
Received. Thank you!
I just noticed that three of the narcs I knew were extremely “sadistic”, while others were not.
That is terrible! H.G., I have a question: There are narcissists who “enjoy”/find gratification from hurting other people. This happens in a goal oriented way, so they want to hurt their neighbor, inner circle “friend”, parent, whoever and/or enjoy when a person they know/dislike is in pain. Is that already sociopathic or psychopathic or is this just drinking in negative fuel?
All narcissists “enjoy” the pain of others, it is called negative fuel. Where you see what amounts to revelling in it, that is the Sadistic Streak.
Okay, so the Sadistic Streak – thank you, H.G.! I understand.
That so sad! 🙁
I know eh? Nobody wants to end there especially now a days.