The Narcissistic Father

  I thought I would feel vindicated when my children finally figured out their narcissistic father.   Instead, I just feel sad. The younger two have known for a while who and what their dad is.  Not much has changed for them. My eldest is the one I've worried about.  My ex always spent the most … Continue reading The Narcissistic Father

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Revenge

It took about 1 year for me to realize I had been married to, and was now divorcing, a covert narcissist.  Memories flooded back.  I had a hard time figuring out where to put the feelings, heartbreak and regret; hence this blog.  At one point I wrote The Tractor.  It was partially autobiographical but mostly … Continue reading Revenge

Long Term Impact of Narcissist

I had a very difficult winter.  If you read my blog regularly you might have noticed I stopped writing.  I was struggling with a lingering virus (remember-if you are the victim of a narcissist your health is compromised), but that was not the whole story. I am increasingly aware of the long term impact of … Continue reading Long Term Impact of Narcissist

Be Proactive with Narcissist

I was advised, early in my divorce, to take control of the process.  Close accounts, force issues, freeze assets, etc.  I didn't, because I was conditioned to not threaten my narcissist.  I had been taught to think that revenge would be horrible.  I say conditioned because in retrospect, I can count on 1 hand the … Continue reading Be Proactive with Narcissist

De Dia De Los Muertos

While in Mexico I fell in love with the statues and mannequins that represent  Dia De Los Muertos.  My children were aghast when I said I wanted a full size mannequin for my dining room.  "Mom, that's morbid" they exclaimed.  When I looked at these mannequins though, I saw nothing morbid about them.  In fact, … Continue reading De Dia De Los Muertos