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Know Thy Narcissist

Know Thy Narcissist

1.  Hell hath no fury like that of a narcissist.

2.  Whatever you know to be right, the narcissist will scream from the highest mountain you are wrong.

3.  Don’t ask the narcissist their age, no matter what they tell you, their true age is 2 – the year known for temper tantrums.

4.  Don’t ever, ever, ever, ever tell anything to a narcissist in confidence because they’ll tell everyone they know.

5.  If you enjoy being lied to all the time then make a narcissist your best friend.

6.  If you want to see a narcissist go into a tailspin, tell them a truth about themselves.

7.  Compliment the narcissist, even if you have to lie your rear end off.

8.  To kill two birds with one stone, tell a narcissist your enemy is spreading rumors about them.

9.  Don’t suggest therapy or a self-help group to a narcissist, they are already perfect and know everything.

10. If you want to keep all of your belongings and money, don’t let a narcissist in your home – ever!

11. If you loan anything to a narcissist, it was theirs anyway.

12. If you do anything for a narcissist, they are doing you a favor.

13. A narcissist is like the Pope, everyone in their presence is blessed.

14. If you give a narcissist a dollar, you’ll owe them two.

15. If a narcissist gives you a gift, be sure to get a receipt.

16. If you don’t like a narcissist, it’s no big deal because they didn’t like you first.

17. Narcissists are like teenagers, they stay bored their entire life.

18. A Freudian Slip to a narcissist is the truth.

19. What goes in one ear of a narcissist, never went in there to start out with.

20. If all else fails – tell the narcissist you have a deadly, infectious, and incurable disease which is known to be airborne.  It’s called speaking the truth.

this was written by @centwisstalking’s

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12 Responses to “Know Thy Narcissist”

  1. Outlier Babe

    This is superb. It’s eerily like you know them personally. Creepy…

    Regretful that I didn’t read this, oh, say, 33 years ago : )
    But then, where would I get all this angst for great blog-fodder?

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      • P

        As someone who is recently out of a long term relationship with a female sociopath, I’ve read countless blogs on this subject. You know what, this one allows me to check off all of the questions I’ve had. If nothing else, this shows I am not the only one experiencing this, regardless of how long it takes to heal – if ever. Most brutal experience of my life.

        However, I’ve learned a lot. About myself and others. My takeaway
        1. I won’t change my core being. I will be who I was. A good honest and loyal person, but…
        2. My eyes are open to the world of people and I now know that there are people out there who don’t process things the same way. From now on if it doesn’t feel right, or I can check 1/2 of the personality traits on the list for someone, I walk. If I have to, I will run from now on.

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      • Tela

        Thank you ‘P’ for your comment. I’m sorry you had to endure a relationship with a Sociopath, and yes, there is NO DOUBT it was the most brutal experience of your life!!! I like that you commented you have ‘learned a lot’ especially about yourself. It’s a long, arduous path to healing. And do we ever truly fully become the person we were prior to the Sociopath? Only each individual person can answer that. It’s the learning to find our core being again, the learning to accept we do have faults and short comings. However, they don’t and shouldn’t ever be used as ammunition against our character. Nor should we ever be mentally and emotionally manipulated by these horrible individuals. Thank you again for your comment!! 🙂

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  2. Human

    11. If you loan anything to a narcissist, it was theirs anyway.

    When I stayed at my brother’s house I hung my clock on one of the empty walls. After being abused by him and his minion wife, I packed my things, including my clock, and left. In the smear campaign that followed, he characterized me as an “Indian giver” among other vilifying epithets. The accusation, though false, was impossible to disprove and I didn’t even try. I knew that my brother was more likely to be believed because, like all sociopaths, he had a polished public persona. I also knew that he was devious and that he would make use of my denials to further incriminate me. A win/win scenario for the sociopath, and a lose/lose predicament for his target.

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    • Tela

      Thank you @ psychopathresistance.wordpress.com for your comment. And your right, a ‘win/win for the sociopath….’

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