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WHY DOES A NARCISSIST 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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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 .💋💋



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



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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.

Serena’s Somewhat-Helpful Tip Of The Day

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How Can I Tell If My 3X Combat Veteran Husband Is A Narcissist, Or If His Actions Are Symptoms Of His PTSD?



There are some common traits that are specific to Narcissists.

Once you know what to look for, it’s much easier to differentiate between someone with a personality disorder and someone who’s suffering as a result of trauma.

Narcissists don’t feel empathy or love, although they fake it pretty well.

They will never take responsibility for their actions, regardless of whether they hurt someone or not.

And they’re never wrong.

Even if you catch them in the act of doing something wrong, they’ll completely deny it.

Then they’ll turn the tables and blame you for the very thing you caught them doing.

This is a tactic called projecting. It’s used by narcissists to take the focus off of themselves and their misdeeds. It allows them to become the victim, while making you the villain.

Narcissists don’t self-reflect or feel remorse.

They are also pathological liars who use people shamelessly.

Everything is about them because they have an inflated sense of entitlement.

A narcissist is abusive behind closed doors to the people closest to them.

But they wear a mask in front of others and appear to be loving and kind to the outside world.

Narcissists are very jealous of the successes and achievements of others, including those of their partners and offspring.

They create drama and chaos for people as a means of entertaining themselves, and they actively engage in covert sabotage.

These are some of the most common hallmarks of someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

It’s by no means a complete description, but I hope it helps.



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Quora Answers: Narcissistic Relationships



Could A Narcissist Idealize A New Potential Supply Without Actually Love-bombing Them?


Love-bombing is just another term used to describe the idealization phase in a narcissistic relationship.

All narcissistic relationships follow the same patterns and consist of the idealization phase, devaluation, and discard.

Many people are unaware that narcissists sometimes shorten these stages.

When they’re involved with what is considered a transitional target, the source is subjected to a much shorter and less intense idealization phase.

The victim will not be aware that the relationship is going to be a very short one.

The narcissist, however, knows from the beginning.

He’s keenly aware that he’s merely waiting for something better to come along as his primary source.

And when the narc finds it, the transitional target will be abruptly discarded without a second glance.


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Do Narcissists Abuse Animals?


My Malignant Narcissist ex-husband certainly did.

He did it so much that I gave my beloved dog away to keep her from the torment he subjected her to on a regular basis.

He also abused his own dog by brutally kicking and punching him.

The senseless cruelty was heartbreaking and unwarranted.

The most shocking thing of all was finding out that the narcissistic bastard also sexually abused animals.

Even more shocking is that the source of this information was my 14-year-old autistic son.


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Are Many Victims Of Narcissistic Abuse Ahead Of Psychologists In Knowledge Of Narcissistic Personality Disorder?


Absolutely!!

Sadly, in order to fully understand narcissistic abuse, a person has to experience it.

Understanding the concept on an intellectual level is one thing.

In my opinion, it’s akin to dropping out of high school in the 11th grade. You learned a lot, and you have pretty basic knowledge.

But your education is still incomplete.

When I first sought help to heal after being diagnosed with Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome and Complex-PTSD, I was shocked to discover the lack of qualified mental health professionals.

Plenty of people claimed to be qualified. But to be perfectly honest, they were freaking clueless.

Hell, I knew far more about the subject than the so-called experts I encountered.

I got the impression that their education had been limited to reading a few articles about NPD from a psychology journal and nothing more.

Sadly, every counselor I went to had no more knowledge about narcissistic abuse than my dog.

And she died last year.

I’m not trying to make light of a very serious problem. I’m simply trying to make a point.

Mental health professionals who claim to be qualified to treat victims of narcissistic abuse, but are very much unqualified, do even more damage to victims!!

Some type of reform needs to be enacted in order to stop this problem from continuing.

As an Author on Quora, I’ve had the enormous privilege of communicating with survivors from around the world.

(Quora deserves a Nobel Prize for doing its part to raise awareness. High-five Quora!!)

Narcissistic Abuse knows no race, religion, social status, gender, or nationality.

It affects people from all walks of life.

You’d think that alone would be reason enough for countries to get serious about combating this epidemic.

With the exception of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, most countries leave it to survivors to spread awareness.

Thanks to their progressive leader, the people of Saudi Arabia have access to as much information about narcissists as I can throw their way.

Obviously knowledge alone is not enough. Until the leaders of every country in the world realize the importance of addressing this epidemic, victims will continue to suffer.


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