Narcissists are known to have many sources of supply. But did you know that Narcs can and do organize gatherings of all their supply? I mean, we're talking in the same place. Under the same roof.
In the beginning stages of healing and recovery, there will be so many mixed emotions that you will feel. I know I felt sadness, anger, sympathy, lost, concerned, scared, worried. You'll want to go back to your Narcissistic Ex. You'll want to contact them, explain that what they did caused you so much pain and anguish. Hear me.....Narcissists will NEVER understand, nor will they ever express any kind of remorse for the pain they caused you.
Today's post is nearly verbatim of what one survivor said to another survivor. Some information has been removed to protect the identities of all involved.
Can a Narcissist be with another Narcissist? This is a question that is often asked. So much so, that it prompted me to write a blog post about it when a reader posed the question.
Whether the Narcissist in your life is an ex or a current partner, one truth will stand clear. Your anger. Why is that a truth? Because it's okay to be angry at the Narcissist.
Has the Narcissist in your life ever told you that if you don't give him what he wants, then there will be consequences? Were you given promises then have them taken away? Did the Narc use your vulnerabilities to his advantage? Does the Narc always want more no matter how much you give? Have you been made to feel guilty if you don't give in?
They're good. They're evil. They're back to being good. Wait a minute, what's going on? The guest post below is an excellent description of the Jekyll and Hyde personality that Narcissists are so good at. Have you experienced this with the Narc in your life? Comment below the post. And as always, I appreciate you sharing your stories with me.
They say you're not supposed to live with regrets. Who are "they"? What do they know? They don't know the abuse we suffered. They don't know anything about what we went through.
It wasn't until after I was away from my Narcissistic Ex that I realized I didn't recognize myself. I lost my identity. My sense of self. How does this happen? How does one lose their identity? How is it possible to become so engrossed in a relationship that you lose who you are?
When a reader contacted me with her story, I wanted very much to post it. She said it was okay, as it was already published on another site. But I wanted you, my readers, to see this amazing poem.Thank you, Robin, for the permission to reprint this. It's a beautiful piece of work that eloquently captures what a victim of Narcissistic Abuse goes though.
When someone is physically abused, it is unfortunately easier to see the lasting scars and effects of the abuse. Not so much with emotional abuse. With emotional abuse, many of the scars can't easily be seen. With emotional abuse, many of the scars are on the inside.
No matter how much you may want to, it is never a good idea to warn the new supply. Below are several reasons why. Read on.
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