One of the issues when you are interacting with a narcissist is the sense of disbelief, self-reflection, conundrums, and basic confusion that such interactions elicit. … 466 more words
I needed to read this today. It pretty much sums the insanity that has been coming down on me the last few weeks. The "I die, you die" situation is getting old. The only thing I might change here is the title "narcissist". It gives a plain old bully too much credit. "Arse-issist" is more like it…I don't know who to credit this term to, I saw it on someone else's blog recently (if it's you let me know so I can credit you.) I'm still here. And I'm not going anywhere. Incidentally, I changed up my runs this week and started spin classes. Was reaching a plateau and a girlfriend got me to go. Awesome instructor…inspirational quote while I was dying on the bike today: "It's not 80% in your head, it's 90%. No excuses, except the ones you make." The arse-issist may try and fill that 10% of my headspace, but that other 90%? It's mine.