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Zip Monkey
Tennessee Fan
Member since Nov 2019
1026 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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Narcissistic Personality Disorder

We had a textbook case on public display for 8 years. Everyone should be able to recognize the disorder.




RabidTiger
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2009
2770 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
You must be trolling.


Zip Monkey
Tennessee Fan
Member since Nov 2019
1026 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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You must be trolling.

No, I simply posted an actual example of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

A textbook example.


Cdawg
Houston Astros Fan
TigerFred's Living Room
Member since Sep 2003
52787 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Uhhhhh, wrong prez.


Zip Monkey
Tennessee Fan
Member since Nov 2019
1026 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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Uhhhhh, wrong prez.

Ok, Millennial.


RabidTiger
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2009
2770 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
I just remembered that I swore off arguing with idiots so I'll refer you to what I posted about projection and bid you good day.


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mikelbr
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2008
35879 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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I can’t be specific. But it was a financial commitment I wasn’t comfortable with at the time based on our plans to save/pay off debt.

I offered to revisit and move forward in a few months when debt was gone and savings were in line with our goals.



Hunting Camps are stupid. I agree with you.


Cdawg
Houston Astros Fan
TigerFred's Living Room
Member since Sep 2003
52787 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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Ok, Millennial.



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Jeauxburreauxsmirk
Member since Dec 2019
15 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Ha!

Not a hunting camp but it was a realm of one of his hobbies. One of the many he told me were always going to come before me.

ETA: reading my own posts and it’s sad because I I look like such an idiot. When I write it all out and read it, I realize how insane it is. But floating in my head, I question myself.
This post was edited on 12/2 at 1:54 pm


Cdawg
Houston Astros Fan
TigerFred's Living Room
Member since Sep 2003
52787 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
I have two people in my family in which one has Borderline Personality and the other has Narcissistic personality. Watching them have verbal altercations sometimes becomes entertaining. In all seriousness though, I can deal with the NPD over Borderline. The key for me with the NPD was actually to get them to break down their hard shell with me. It's a fine line of how you need to flatter them while letting them know how you feel. And after that, you need to relate to them on some level of their insecurities or their root of their problem. It's a long process to get them to become aware of their behavior but it can be done. We talk to each other with mutual respect now when it's meaningful. We still like to take passive aggressive jabs at one another but deep down, I know I can have a meaningful talk when it's time to be serious. I also know when to let them have their moments and not take away from their spotlight. But then again, I'm not married to him.

That video series I posted is really great.
This post was edited on 12/3 at 8:15 am


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OweO
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Plaquemine, La
Member since Sep 2009
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re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
I think its something you don't notice right away. Some people are better hiding it than others. Some people have learned how to fake empathy. You have to pay attention to trends.

It will come out of them you just have to be aware of little things. Do they put themselves above everyone else? How do they talk about people behind closed doors? Do they make everything about themselves? Do they not value other people?


LSUERDOC
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2013
2587 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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My ex fiancée pretty sure has it. She’s what you would call a covert narcissist. She loved bombed me from the beginning, and typically I run when someone moves that quickly but she was very beautiful, charming, French, and the sex was amazing so I got sucked in. Our relationship seemed great throughout honestly, but looking back there are a lot of things I looked back on and realized were huuuuge red flags. Namely the dysfunction with her family. Also she had this habit of keeping a harem of her ex frick buddies and crushes around. She invited a guy who she met only a few times but had a huge crush on before we were dating to stay with us in Houston 2 months into our relationship. I would later find out this guy was trying to get in her pants and was begging her to return to France. I had no issue that she had a lot of guy friends, or that she still spoke with guys who she had relations with in the past. I had a huge issue with the fact that she thought it was ok to keep guys around who were trying to have sex with her though. But she didn’t see the issue and thought I should have blindly trusted her. Never mind it was just straight up disrespectful. She also always felt the need to prove herself. She wouldn’t even let me do simple chores around the house. The public tantrums when she didn’t get something she wanted were embarrassing too. She was literally a 5 year old in a 25 year olds body. While she was back in France she met a new guy. Told me two days after getting approved for the k1 visa that she wasn’t returning. Tried blaming me for our engagement failing by saying I was depressed and she couldn’t return to someone like that. All the while she setting up everything with this new guy who is some DJ. Basically went through emotional hell with her for the final 3 weeks as she texted and called me every morning basically blaming me for everything and also how she was having so much fun with her new friends she just met. On my birthday she called me and told me she didn’t understand how I haven’t killed myself yet because I was emotionally weak. She said that in front of all her friends. And then tried justifying it by saying she was just saying if she was acting like me she would have killed herself. There’s a lot more bull shite and drama I could talk about. But my suggestion is run now. Unless you want to go through rollercoaster of emotional hell.


Treat a princess like a whore and a whore like a princess...


Sounds like this didn't work out too well for you. I am sure that you did your fair share of damage to the relationship. If my girl wanted to remain friends with her ex frick buddies and invite another guy to come hang out with us, then I would drop the her like the slut she is.


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dietcoke7
LSU Fan
LA
Member since Aug 2007
560 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Remember, when a person with NPD fakes empathy it is a show so she/he gets approval from others. Big hint is if they broadcast it on Facebook or a similar medium. They are trying to get responses approving of the fake conduct. All the while they don't give a crap about the person they are supposedly showing empathy for.

"Look how great I am."

Keep in mind that these people don't get up in the morning and say "what evil things can I do to other people to mask my insecurity?" They don't decide to be evil, they are evil. As someone said above their brains are wired differently.

Trying to explain their behavior or reason with them is a waste of time. They have no ability to understand their impact on others. That is not in their universe.

GET OUT! No matter what the cost!


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LSUERDOC
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2013
2587 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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She had kids before the marriage

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Two of the three


For perspective, how many baby daddies?


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tiganation337
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2019
237 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
call a divorce lawyer


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LSUERDOC
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2013
2587 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
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this is called projection


Assumption based on a one sided view point. I bet if he came on here and posted his side of the story, then many would feel differently.
Women are very very good at spinning a story and garnering public opinion.


LSUERDOC
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2013
2587 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Agreed 100%. A gay, muslim narcissist at that.


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ragincajun77
Member since Jul 2019
890 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
You better fricking run


CoachJG45
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2017
541 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
This is my ex wife 100 percent. Get out now.


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Jeauxburreauxsmirk
Member since Dec 2019
15 posts

re: Narcissistic Personality Disorder
I’m sure people would feel differently if he posted his side. He’s excellent at making me out to be crazy. And to be honest, I feel crazy these days.

He’s not going to admit to the majority of what I posted. Trust me, I’ve gone round and round in my head trying to right the wrongs he says I commit. Understand that with this man, there is nothing I wouldn’t do for him. This is the love of my life, the person I feel God sent me as a gift for enduring things in my past. So while no one is ever perfect, I will tell you he’ll admit I’ve been trying with everything I have to fix things, make things work, etc. And he will admit that he hasn’t been doing the same.


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