Tag Archives: covert narcissism

Oh, for the love of Christ. Fooled by another f*cking covert narcissist?

This time it’s a damned covert narc.  At least I think that’s what I’m dealing with.  Do I sound mad and upset?  You bet I am.   I hope I’m wrong but I know the red flags when I seee them.  … Continue reading

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Grandiose and “vulnerable” narcissists: how do they differ?

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
Both the beggar and the king could be narcissists with a different M.O. An interesting article in Psychology Today explains the difference between grandiose (invulnerable) narcissists, and “vulnerable” narcissists. Either can be somatic or…

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9 ways to tell if the victim blog you read is run by a narcissist.

Originally posted on January 9, 2017 The Internet is a great thing for a lot of reasons, but for victims of narcissistic abuse, it’s probably the first time in our lives we ever had a voice, and would be listened … Continue reading

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Contrived Helplessness

Originally posted on Grace for my Heart:
It’s Narcissist Friday!      ? Every once in a while I come up with a term for a narcissistic behavior only to find that the term is already being used for something…

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“Free Ride” (part two) by Anonymous

Free Ride (part two) By Anonymous (continued from Part One) John also started making hundreds of plans – once he wanted this, next minute something else. Ordered me around like a boss- do this, find this website, look up this … Continue reading

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“Free Ride” by Anonymous.

Sometimes I get emails from people relating stories of narcissistic abuse. The other day I received one from a woman living in a large city in Europe, about a covert narcissist who seemed relatively harmless at first, and made all … Continue reading

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My narcissist hipster upstairs neighbor.

I live in a duplex with a shared parking area.  I’ve had new upstairs neighbors for a few months.  They are youngish hipsters (probably in their mid 20s)  who seemed okay at first.  When they moved in I wanted to … Continue reading

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“Will the real victim please stand up?”

Some narcissists (especially if they’e covert) pretend to be victims of narcissistic abuse. How do you know, when someone tells you they have been abused, if they are telling the truth, or if they are just trying to manipulate you … Continue reading

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A Covert Narcissist’s Worst Nightmare, by Anonymous.

I saw this today and thought it was brilliant and creative, so I’m reposting it. I’m pretty sure it was meant to be tongue-in-cheek. 😉 A Covert Narcissist’s Worst Nightmare By Anonymous. You wake up one day and all the … Continue reading

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3 common types of narcissists.

When most people think of a narcissist, they picture the stereotype:  a successful, wealthy male who is arrogant, grandiose about his appearance or achievements or intelligence, acts entitled, greedy, lacking in empathy, and is emotionally abusive to his underlings and … Continue reading

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