Posts Tagged narcissist


Way to go, kid!

Last weekend, my daughter didn’t want to go to her dad’s. So, since he couldn’t get the kids until later, or have me bring them to him – I bought my kids a little extra time by having to work around a “previous commitment” before I could drive them there.… Keep going...

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“Mom, can we go back to before I was born and pick out a new dad for me?”

This is what my daughter asked me the other night, in the middle of screaming tears…. “Mom, can we go back to before I was born and pick out a new dad for me?”

Do narcissist parents impact their parents? … Keep going...

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Parent Coordinators and Narcissism or Personality Disordered Ex’s

In my humble opinion, the role of a parent coordinator is perfect for two normal people who want to work together but have to learn how to after having been hurt from their marriage falling apart, but just don’t know how to do so. … Keep going...

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Narcissists are …false, …null…, and…void..

Since narcissists lack a true sense of self, they compensate by creating an image of themselves which is sometimes, oftentimes, well… untrue.… Keep going...

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Narcisists are a FACADE

What you see is NOT what you get. Narcissists lack a “core”, a true “self”.  I cannot think of any better way to test this theory than to have a deep, heart to heart conversation one on one about morals, ethics and beliefs.… Keep going...

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Narcissists Lack Empathy

Empathy, per Websters:

1: the imaginative projection of a subjective state into an object so that the object appears to be infused with it
2: the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another of either the past or present without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated in an objectively explicit manner; also : the capacity for this
Personal example:
A dear friend of mine was pregnant. … Keep going...
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