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SERENA’S SITE RULES FOR VISITORS

I’m not really a big fan of rules, but I feel like I better at least have some basic guidelines for this site. That way anybody who stops by will have an idea of what they’re getting into.

Let me go ahead and say this upfront:

IF YOU ARE EASILY OFFENDED, LEAVE NOW‼️

DO NOT PASS GO. THERE IS NO $200 TO COLLECT BECAUSE I’M POOR.

SO JUST HEED THIS WARNING AND EXIT IMMEDIATELY‼️

If you’re still here, you’re very brave.😂😂

My Rules:


1.) NO JACKASSES ALLOWED.

(Not To Be Confused With Regular Ole Donkeys. Cause Donkeys Are Welcome Here.)


2.) TWISTED SENSE OF HUMOR REQUIRED.


3.) PERVERTS ARE ALLOWED.

But Will Be Banned If They Send Me A Picture of Their Peckers.



4.) MUST ADMIRE BOTH ME AND 💋💋 SEXYERMA .💋💋



5.) NO 👺PESKY NARCISSISTS👺 ALLOWED.



6.) SARCASM IS REQUIRED, ENCOURAGED, AND APPRECIATED.



7. LOVE OF LAUGHTER REQUIRED.


8.) NO SWEEPING. I’M STILL TRAUMATIZED FROM THE TIME I SWEPT UP GRANDPA FRED.



9.) MUST BE WILLING TO EITHER DO SOME SHADY SHIT, OR AT LEAST LAUGH WHEN I DO SHADY SHIT.

10.) MUST COMPREHEND THIS FACT AND EMBRACE MY TWISTEDNESS.

Quora Answers: The Violent Narcissist



Do Narcissists Become Physically Abusive Over Time?



It’s quite common for a narcissist to be physically abusive.

While not all narcissists escalate beyond intimidation, those that do need to be taken very seriously.

According to Christine Hammond, MS, LMHC, author of the bestselling book, “The Exhausted Woman’s Handbook,” a narcissistic physical abuser will not change.

No matter what they say.

Once there is physical abuse, it will always escalate until it reaches a point of extreme injury or death for the narcissist’s spouse.

There are five types of physical abuse narcissists use on spouses.

They are:

1.) Intimidation,

2.) Isolation,

3.) Restraint,

4.) Aggression,

5.) Endangerment


With intimidation, the narcissist employs various scare tactics such as bullying and threatening his spouse.

By standing over his victim or getting in her face and refusing to back off, he is attempting to frighten her into submission.

The narcissist will also punch walls and doors in order to let her know that he is fully capable of physically harming her.

To victims, these threats are as real as if they had happened.

By using isolation techniques, the narcissist limits his spouse’s ability to escape in dangerous situations.

He may have her trapped in a car as he drives recklessly enough to be putting both their lives in jeopardy.

He may expose her to bad weather or environmental conditions with no way to escape.

If someone becomes ill or gets injured, the narcissist will delay seeking medical treatment.

All of these things are designed to make the spouse rely completely on the abuser.

With restraint, a narcissist may confine his spouse by blocking the doorway to prevent her from leaving.

He may grab her forcefully, tie her up, or lock her in a room without a key in order to cause a feeling of entrapment or imprisonment without escape.

At this point, the isolation and restraint become a promise of additional physical aggression.

When these things begin to happen, the next two things are not far behind.

Aggression is any physical act which results in pain, discomfort, or injury. including:

  • Hitting,
  • Kicking,
  • Punching,
  • Arm Twisting,
  • Pushing,
  • Hair Pulling,
  • Dragging,
  • Beating,
  • Shoving,
  • Biting,
  • Pinching,
  • Striking With Objects,
  • Biting,
  • Choking,
  • Stabbing,
  • Burning,
  • Shaking,
  • Cutting,
  • Slapping,
  • Force-feeding, including drugs,
  • Strangling

Because the narcissist will always blame his spouse for his violent behavior, he will not stop using force once it’s started.

He will merely find more ways to justify his brutality.

Endangerment is extremely dangerous for the narcissist’s spouse.

At this point the intimidation and isolation have become so commonplace that she has become numb to their effects.

When a narcissist realizes that he no longer commands the same level of fear, he will escalate the attacks.

The narcissistic abuser will begin to verbally threaten the lives of the spouse, other family members, and even themselves.

Lives are in jeopardy now.

Because the narcissist will have no moral issues stopping him from taking the life of his spouse or whoever is in the vicinity at the time.


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Quora Answers: Narcissists And Hoovering



Why Does The Narcissist Want Me Back Now That I’ve Grown As A Person And Feel Better?



Narcissists enjoy a challenge.

Destroying your newfound happiness will be fun for him. That’s ultimately why narcissists hoover previous victims.

Sucking you back into the cycle of abuse will prove that he still has power over you.

I don’t know what the circumstances of your relationship with the narcissist happened to be. Or how it ended.

But this could also be about revenge.

If you left him, he’s definitely going to want to cause you as much pain this time around as possible.

Relationships are games to narcissists. And they cannot allow someone to beat them. Period.

But if you left him, it would mean he lost.

And a narcissist simply cannot lose!!

So he’ll stop at nothing to convince you to take him back in order to change the outcome.

At first, it’ll seem like a dream come true, but then quickly turn into your worst nightmare.

I sincerely hope you don’t allow him back into your life.

I promise you’ll end up regretting it.


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Quora Answers: Narcissists




Will A Narcissist Cry When You Had A Miscarriage?


They will if they have an audience.

A narcissist always wants to be the center of attention.

And they use every opportunity possible to show people how loving and caring they are.

But the minute nobody else is watching, they’ll attack you with the cruelest words you’ve ever heard.

They’ll blame you for the miscarriage.

And say things that feel like a bullet piercing your heart.

The first narcissist I married was a Covert Somatic ass.

When I was 7 1/2 months pregnant with our daughter, I had a placental abruption.

At the hospital, he was incredibly attentive and caring.

As long as someone was around.

I had been hemorrhaging so profusely, I wasn’t able to get out of bed.

And he never left my side.

Of course, my mom and sister were there, too.

So he put on quite a performance.

Eighteen hours after being admitted, a mother’s worst nightmare became my reality.

My baby was stillborn.

Obviously it was extremely traumatic.

But especially so because she came out in a bedpan.

I was devastated. And he seemed to be taking it just as hard.

Until we were alone.

I was shocked when he told me I was to blame for her death.

The words that came out of his mouth were unimaginably cruel.

Almost too much to bear.

Yet, his demeanor changed completely as soon as someone else walked in.

His crocodile tears were available to him on demand.

And he used them regularly.



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Quora Answers: Narcissistic Behaviors


 


 Why Do Narcissists Constantly Talk About Their Exes?


The reason a narcissist constantly talks about their exes is because they are choreographing your present and future behavior.

A narcissist conditions his sources in various ways by using his or her ex as an example of what not to do.

They use indirect persuasion by seeming to flatter their target with words like:

“My ex used to get so jealous of my guy friends. I’m so glad you aren’t like that.”

“My ex didn’t like for me to go anywhere with my friends, not even hunting. But you know how much hunting means to me. And you don’t mind if I go. In fact, you encourage me to go! You’re the best!!’

“My ex got fat after we got married. She just let herself go, and didn’t care about trying to impress me anymore. But you’re so slim and fit!! I absolutely love your body. I never get tired of it.”

These are just a few examples of what is easily mistaken as flattery.

Remember, at the beginning of the relationship you weren’t suspicious of this person.

You had no reason to suspect a hidden motive.

Far from being flattery, these are actually commands.

Ways to make you conform to their idea of an ideal partner.

Because you will now try to meet these demands.

You’ll go to great lengths not to show that you’re hurt when he disappears for 3 days, “hunting” with his friends.

Or you don’t complain when she goes to lunch with her guy friends every day.

And you constantly stay on a diet and work out every day to maintain your figure.

You do these things because you don’t want to be like the ex.

You weren’t aware of the subtle way the narcissist threatened to leave you if you became like the ex.

But your subconscious picked it up.

So you make herculean efforts to be sure the narcissist doesn’t leave you too.

And you act the way you were conditioned by the narc to act.

 


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Quora Answers: The Aftermath Of Narcissistic Abuse



Is It Normal To Feel Like You Were Used And Violated After Coming Off A Long Relationship With A Narcissist?


It’s very normal to feel like you were used and violated after coming off a long relationship with a narcissist.

Because you were, in fact, used and violated.

It started at the beginning and continued throughout the relationship.

Given another chance, the narcissist will do it to you again.

The reason narcissists get into long relationships is to have a regular source of supply to use, exploit, violate, and ultimately try to destroy.

The violations during the lovebombing stage don’t readily become apparent to victims.

But that’s exactly what’s happening when the narcissist tricks someone into falling in love with a manufactured persona.

They convince you that you’ve met your soulmate.

And that they’ll always be true and faithful, although that is never really their intention.

Once the devaluation stage is underway, the violations become more extreme.

One of the most painful violations come when they discard their partner in the cruelest way possible.

It’s probably safe to say that every single victim of a narcissist feels used and violated after a relationship ends.

And that it’s completely normal to feel that way.


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