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― Anonymous mother Another way narcissists manipulate is through guilt, such as proclaiming, “I’ve given you so much, and you’re so ungrateful,” or, “I’m a victim—you must help me or you’re not a good person.” They hijack your emotions, and beguile you to make unreasonable sacrifices. It's like your a director and main character in the *dave* horror movie and I'm the latest love interest/victim I'm playing the same roll as everyone else before me hearing the same lines playing out the same fights and being played the same songs I'm slightly better than the last one and the one after me you will think is better than myself and your so well practiced now your perfect you know the story so well and your so good at your lines no one sees a thing coming neither do I ...If you find yourself in a relationship with a difficult narcissist, there are many strategies and skills you can utilize to help restore health, balance, and respect. but although all the love interests get killed off and end up dead in the story the truth is we all get up and start living again ..you are obsessed by your own story ..A narcissist can be very engaging and sociable, as long as you’re fulfilling what she desires, and giving her all of your attention. Some narcissists have an exaggerated sense of self-importance, believing that others cannot live or survive without his or her magnificent contributions. They are easily upset at any real or perceived slights or inattentiveness.They may throw a tantrum if you disagree with their views, or fail to meet their expectations.Many narcissists cannot handle the hit to their ego when they are rejected this way; so much so, that narcissists are (paradoxically) prone to suicide with too much exposure to such perceived criticisms.Those are generalizations about classic narcissists. The truth, though, is that every narcissist will react differently…

Theoretically, a true narcissist can’t tolerate being ignored…anyone.

Deep down, most pathological narcissists feel like the “ugly duckling,” even if they painfully don’t want to admit it. Shows wanton disregard for other people’s thoughts, feelings, possessions, and physical space. Shows little remorse and blames the victim for one’s own lack of respect. This “trophy” complex can exhibit itself physically, romantically, sexually, socially, religiously, financially, materially, professionally, academically, or culturally.

How do you know when you’re dealing with a narcissist? The narcissist enjoys getting away with violating rules and social norms, such as cutting in line, chronic under-tipping, stealing office supplies, breaking multiple appointments, or disobeying traffic laws. Oversteps and uses others without consideration or sensitivity. In these situations, the narcissist uses people, objects, status, and/or accomplishments to represent the self, substituting for the perceived, inadequate “real” self.

Your still on that stage and it's a matter of time before she gets her heart ripped out better still it's a matter of time before she knows when it's coming just as I did And it's her they all talk about and the show you both put on and how shocking and exhausting it is But now I walk past and I don't even look at the poster or billboard because I know the story already start to finish I know how it's begins and ends You never get a scratch yet she gets her fucking heart ripped out I think to myself I fucking told you so you'll be there till there's no more understudys and you've gone through all the extras ... I'm living in the real world I have to totally disagree with the part about stealing and under tipping.

The couple I am friends with love to talk about all their money and would not dare stoop to a poor persons lot of stealing.

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