I am sick of you and your conniving, scheming ways.
I am sick of your “elastic” view of time. Things that happened years ago, you throw in my face as if I had done the act minutes ago. 448 more words
This is a string of diary entries that I wrote while being married to a serious Narcissist. I could not quite believe it when I discovered that I was married to a Narcissist. 664 more words
Another rainy afternoon in the city, and I watch through my window the people grasping on to the collars of their coats and umbrellas running to meet up deadlines to free some space for a glass of wine by the fire place with their persons escaping from their mundane schedule.476 more words
We’ve all seen ‘em. We’ve all dealt with ‘em. Hell, maybe you’re one of ‘em.
Call me crazy, but dealing with a person who is constantly going on about how awesome they are, snapping pics of themselves, and who start yawning and falling asleep when you dare to utter one sentence that does not involve them in some way is a horrible way to spend an afternoon. 513 more words
One of the most important symptoms of pathological narcissism (the Narcissistic Personality Disorder) is grandiosity. Grandiose fantasies (megalomaniac delusions of grandeur) permeate every aspect of the narcissist’s personality. 766 more words