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10 Red Flags of the Female Covert Narcissist

Filed under: General — Lukenz @ 7:19 pm Thu 4th April 2024

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1. Getting out of one of these relationships was one of the most emotionally painful things I’ve been through. A year later, I have healed and can watch these videos every once in a while and smile. I know now that walking away from her was the best decision I could have made. It must be so exhausting living with NPD, never being happy, always having to be right, the best looking etc. Time is their only true fear in life as their youthfulness fades away with every empty relationship. A never ending cycle that is always someone else’s fault.

2. Things that struck me in addition to what has been said here: 1) She called others narcissists. 2) She can’t stand being criticised. 3) One cannot clarify misunderstandings. 4) One cannot establish genuine emotional closeness. 5) If you allude to something, it was just a joke. 6) She doesn’t stick to agreements. 7) She ist self-righteous – and tells the world and me how sincere and good she is. 8) She is vain – even if she says, that she is so relaxed, easy going and down to earth. 9) She doesn’t always tell the truth.

3. OMG! I needed to hear this, this is the best description to date. Every red flag is 100% my life for almost 30 years. I have tried so hard to help her during the last 7 years (red flag 6) when the mask come off. I even told her she was like Jekle and Hyde at times and I thought she had depression or something. I blamed myself a lot and questioned myself every day to find where I went wrong, when in fact it was never me. I very much did give her the moon and stars and more, but nothing was ever enough. Even now, she can be all smiles and super affectionate in public (red flag 8), but walk in the door 10 minutes later and she is the devil… Its like flicking a switch on and off. Id say, I am with a text book narcissist and I only started to realise what a narcissist was via research trying to help her. I was too busy trying to please her and I unfortunately have reached Red Flag number10. I am now seeking ways discretely to help me regain my ‘self’ .. It is true for me, I have no idea of who I am, what I like, what I want etc.. I used to be so full of life and motivated. I hope every person, both women and men out there can be awake sooner than I was to this horrible thing.



    Comment by Lukenz — Fri 5th April 2024 @ 10:41 am

  2. A Psychologist is finally going to discuss the concerns with the family court and these parasitic lawyers who exploit parents and children for money. Preying on the most vulnerable for profit – this debate should interest you all on here. Ive sent him our story from NZ.

    For more crimes and stories committed by lawyers exploiting the vulnerable subscribe to Detective and our story is a free download.

    Comment by Hornet — Mon 29th April 2024 @ 7:54 am

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