Money: A Narcissist’s True Love

Quora Answers: Did you find that your narcissistic ex was a hoarder of money?

Did you feel like it could never be enough money for them?

Oh yeah, my Malignant Narcissist ex-husband definitely was a hoarder of money.

He stashed his own money, along with as much of mine as he could pilfer.

And no, it was never enough.

He so loved money that he was willing to kill me over it. In an eerily calm voice, he told me as much one morning.

For two of the previous weeks, he’d been demanding almost $20,000 from me. That particular day I was given 24 hours to come up with it.

I’ll never forget the words he used.

“If you don’t have that money for me by tomorrow morning, I’m going to kill you.

You know that, right?”

I had gone to great lengths to meet his demands for money on many occasions.

The amounts were always exorbitant and continued to increase every time.

I owned a successful business back then and made good money. But no amount was ever enough to satisfy his greed.

It didn’t matter what I bought for him or how much cash I forked over. He would just set the bar higher.

I’d tapped every resource at my disposal in a vain attempt to avoid one of his narcissistic rages.

A regular day with a Malignant Narcissist is bad enough. Compared to days when they’re in a rage, it’s a cakewalk.

Those days seemed to last a week. Days when your body, mind, and soul are forced to endure relentless torture.

I was willing to do almost anything to avoid them. But I couldn’t meet his latest demand.

Long before he voiced his intention to kill me, I’d already reached that conclusion. I’d been making excuses for not having the money.

I knew his patience was running out. Still, to hear him say it out loud, to my face . . .

And in such a calm, quiet voice . . .

He left the house shortly afterwards and I wasn’t about to stick around. I grabbed my son and we left town.

Narcissists may not be capable of loving people. But they can damn sure love money.

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Quora Answers: The Malicious Narcissist

What Are Some Of The Most Calculated, Malicious Set-Ups You Endured While With A Narcissist?

There are two especially diabolical set ups that stand out for me.

One was intended to kill me. The other was meant to put me in prison for solicitation of capital murder.

Both were terrifying.

I know now that my ex-husband is a Malignant Narcissist, who was very skilled at gaslighting and mind-fuckery.

Toward the end of our marriage, I just thought he was crazy. I had also started to think my own sanity was questionable.

One morning after a nasty argument, the narc stormed out of the house in anger.

I was relieved that he was gone and began putting clothes in the dryer.

Although I couldn’t put my finger on it, something seemed different about the laundry room.

There was nothing glaringly obvious, but an uncomfortable sense of foreboding came over me.

I looked around the room and noticed small wood particles, dirt, and bits of gravel on the floor.

It wasn’t much, but it hadn’t been there the day before. I decided to forget about it and went back to doing the laundry.

As I pulled the lint filter from the dryer, I was shocked to find it stuffed full of lint, gravel, dirt, and paper.

I looked behind the dryer and almost came unglued.

The part of the wall where the dryer connection had been was now solid wall.

No plug. No vent hose. Just a solid wall.

About that time, I heard my son yelling from the kitchen.

He had accidentally bumped into the wall with the pantry door, causing a gaping hole.

Dust and sheet rock were crumbling out of the hole in the wall, making a huge mess.

Upon further inspection, we saw that the hole was more like a tunnel.

Inside was vent tubing from the dryer and an electrical socket.

A long extension cord was plugged into it.

The sudden realization that my husband was trying to cause a fire was like a slap in the face.

My son and I looked around the house for other changes, and our shock intensified.

The doors had been nailed shut and would’ve been impossible to open in the event of a fire.

The only exception was the door in the laundry room.

It wasn’t nailed shut, but my key no longer fit the bolt lock.

I didn’t need to see anything else.

Calling the police would have been pointless. I’d tried that before and had been accused of being on drugs.

I gathered up a few things and my son and I went to a hotel.

The next day I had an electrician meet me at my house.

When we went inside, everything had been returned to normal.

The potential prison sentence was the result of the narc and a flying monkey filing a police report alleging that I was looking for a hit man.

They claimed I’d offered to pay the flying monkey to kill my husband.

Unknown to me at the time, the sheriff’s office began an investigation to substantiate the allegations.

After a thorough investigation, the detectives concluded that it was actually my husband who was trying to have me killed.

For reasons I don’t understand, no charges were filed against him.

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How Evil And Vengeful Is A Covert Malignant Narcissist To Their Victim?

Quora Answers: Why Do They Seem So Innocent And Charming To Everyone Else?

They’re the equivalent of Satan in human form, if that tells you anything.

They gleefully create a living hell for their victims.

The false innocence and charm they portray to others is a result of years of practice at honing their manipulation techniques.

Plus, lying and deceiving comes easily to them.

They’re proud of their ability to fool people and view it as a natural talent.

Malignant Narcissists are violent, sadistic monsters with no morals, integrity, or conscience.

I was married to one for almost eighteen years.

He tried to kill me on several occasions and was especially skilled at gaslighting and sabotage.

He was physically, mentally, verbally, and emotionally abusive.

He’s a compulsive liar, cheater, thief, and sexual deviant.

Malignant Narcissists are often called psychopaths and sociopaths.

They are the scourge of humankind. Nothing in existence is worse.

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Do Narcissists Plan Their Vile Attacks On People?

Yes, they do.

That was one of the hardest things for me to comprehend when I began my journey to healing from Narcissistic Abuse.

I’ve had plenty of experience with Narcissists throughout my life, both Overt & Covert.

And I survived many vile attacks by my Malignant Narcissist ex-husband.

In my opinion, hell yes, they plan the horrible things they do.

That’s what their minds stay focused on.

Who to attack.

How to attack.

What they’ll gain from the attack.

Why they’re entitled to attack.

Then they fine-tune their plans and strike.

Whether or not the victim realizes the extent of the abuse, the narcissist does.

They know exactly what they’re doing because they planned to do it.

All abuse is traumatic.

All narcissists are pieces of shit.

But the absolute most vile attacks on me came from a Malignant Narcissist.

My husband of almost two decades did evil and inhumane things to my son and me.

By far worse than anything I had ever experienced.

Things that, even now, I can’t yet put into words.

And he planned it all.

What is so incomprehensible is that he didn’t just become enraged and hurt me.

Or destroy my most treasured belongings because I got in his face.

It wasn’t just an anger management problem.

Or bipolar disorder.

It wasn’t because he was abused as a child.

It was because he was playing a game with my health and sanity for entertainment.

The son of a bitch planned it all beforehand.

He intentionally cracked my skull.

He deliberately broke my fingers.

He meant to wrap his hands around my neck and try to squeeze the life out of me.

He knew which method of attack he was going to use before an argument had even begun.

He told me several times that he always had a reason for everything he did.

Those were probably the only times he was ever telling the truth.

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Quora Answers: The Stalking Narcissist

Why Does My Malignant Narcissist Ex Still Stalk Me After I Dumped Him First?

Because you dumped him first.

Since life is a game to narcissists, everything is about winning and losing.

More specifically, they must always be winning, while everyone else is losing.

Narcissists go into relationships with the primary goal of discarding their partners first.

They know from the beginning that the relationship won’t last.

They intend to discard their partners in the most painful way possible.

It’s a reward for all their efforts during the lovebombing stage.

Discarding you means victory. His victory. His time to shine.

He’s clearly the winner, and you are the loser.

By dumping him first, you ruined his carefully-crafted plan.

You robbed him of his victory.

You won. He lost. And that is unacceptable to a narcissist.

He’ll be hellbent on changing the outcome. He’ll watch you, stalk you, while he’s plotting his strategy.

And he’ll wait for the best time to strike. A time that ensures you lose big time.

Narcissists are very good at turning the tables.

After eleven months of No Contact, my Malignant Narc Ex-husband showed up at my house.

He was very convincing when he said he’d found God.

He also assured me that he was in therapy and realized his mistakes.

I fell for it and let him come back.

What followed was much worse than anything he’d done to me in the past.

I honestly didn’t think that was possible.

In his mind, I won by leaving him.

He intended to make me pay for that sin. I was going to be punished for winning.

Several months of torture ensued before I was finally able to escape again.

Malignant Narcissists are especially dangerous, so please be careful.

They will do anything to make sure they win.

Don’t let him.

Don’t ever forget what he’s already done to you.

And that he’s stalking you in order to get the chance to do it again.

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Quora Answers: Narcissists And Serial Infidelity

Is Infidelity A Given When It Comes To A Narcissist? If So, Why?

When it comes to a narcissist, infidelity is a given.

It is a fact of life that narcissists are serial cheaters.

If you’re in a relationship with a narcissist, this is a painful concept to grasp.

But denial won’t make it less true.

One of the reasons Narcissists cheat is because of their unquenchable thirst for Narcissistic Supply.

They have multiple sources in order to keep a steady flow of adoration, attention, and praise.

Narcissists aren’t hindered by morals or values, and see nothing wrong with their infidelities.

They also get a kick out of triangulating their sources.

It’s an added bonus that they’re able to create drama and chaos for the people who care most about them.

There’ll be some people who read this answer and disagree with me.

They believe that their particular narcissist is somehow different from all the others.

They’re convinced, for whatever reason, that infidelity isn’t a given. At least it isn’t when it comes to their narcissist.

I’m convinced they’re wrong.

I used to believe the same thing, though.

I used to think that the one thing my Malignant Narc ex-husband wouldn’t do was cheat on me.

Despite the fact that he was horribly cruel and had been abusing me for years, I wrongly believed he still valued our marriage.

I thought by pleasing him sexually, I could keep him faithful.

I believed him when he said he’d never find anybody who could please him more.

I thought he meant it when he said he had the best at home.

That’s why he didn’t even look anywhere else.

I was wrong.

In reality, he cheated on me throughout our entire relationship.

Nothing I believed had been true.

Narcissists cheat. Period.

I wasn’t special, and neither is anybody else. Not to a Narcissist.

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