The generation that said “don’t trust anyone over 30” now thinks anyone under 50 sucks.
1. The Narcissist Is More Interested In Being Liked By You Than Liking You When you’re dating a narcissist you can’t help but feel like they’re more interested in the fact that you like them than they are in establishing…
That’s where being “nice” becomes being too “nice”, when over-submissiveness and diplomacy collaborate into the realm of codependency. If we don’t comply; we feel heartless, accountable for the pain that surrounds us and extinguishes our loved ones.
She freaks out at me, telling me she doesn’t need or deserve this treatment. She says, “I believe those are the real ashes.”
The fact that I can hurt someone and not feel any remorse is probably one of my best “gifts” I have developed.
Her snide comment that day had not been the apex of her cruelty. The most cruel? Years ago when I told her I was finally pregnant with a long awaited 3rd child and she put her head in her hands and sighed, “Oh no. . . .” Or a few weeks later, when I miscarried that child and she said nothing.
Why on earth would someone risk his or her own life just to take the ultimate selfie?
Social media isn’t about connecting with friends; it’s about self-validation, self-promotion, and enhancing your appearance while turning you ugly on the inside.
It’s important in any kind of relationship that we learn to identify the red flags when interacting with people who display malignant narcissism and/or antisocial traits, so we can better protect ourselves from exploitation and abuse, set appropriate boundaries with others, and make informed decisions about who we keep in our lives.
At a very young age, I learned how to make drinks while he drove.