5 Howling Wildernesses

This post has haunted me for months and I was thinking about it again today. Enter the inside of a malignant narcissist’s mind — a vast and bleak howling wilderness — if you dare. This is one of my favorite posts by HG Tudor, who is a brilliant and poetic writer.

Knowing the Narcissist

Five reasons it cannot work

1. Nothing about the golden period is real

It feels like every day is summer doesn’t it? Warm and wonderful. No rain clouds anywhere, just a cornflower blue sky. Not a cloud to be had. Everything is fantastic. We do everything together. We match on every conceivable level. I like what you like. We laugh at the same things. We enjoy the same books and films. I know what you are about to say. We like to cook together, try new wines and explore interesting places. Whether it is forest or foam, city or village we both enjoy going to these places and do so together. We are soulmates. I do not want anyone but you. You have finally met the person that you have wanted all of your life. You still cannot believe how lucky you are to have found someone like me, someone…

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About luckyotter

Recovering from C-PTSD due to narcissistic abuse from childhood. I was married to a sociopathic narcissist for 20 years. Proud INFJ, Enneagram type 4w5. Animal lover, music lover, cat mom, unapologetic geek, fan of the absurd, progressive Christian, mom to 2 Millennials, mental illness stigma activist, passionate anti-Trumper. #RESISTANCE
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5 Responses to 5 Howling Wildernesses

  1. Carol says:

    Hello Otters,
    How does the empath and the narcissist really feel about each other?

    Does the empath ever succeed in finding true love or is she/he really always clueless as to what needs to be or not be in her relationship?

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    • luckyotter says:

      An empath can definitely find true love, since they know how to love, but they need to be mindful to seek someone who is not a narcissist, and that could be a challenge if they are very drawn to them. Be aware of the red flags and pay attention to your instincts!

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  2. “The soft glistening tears which roll down your cheeks only appear as blood to the cruising shark.” Sounds just like my ex.

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