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Postby Chainsaw » Thu Jun 23, 2016 2:54 pm

I really can't stand the fact that there are people coming here to talk about being a victim of a so-called narcissist. Why don't you move on? Talking here doesn't make you "healing faster" or making a narcissist less narcissistic.
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Re: "Victim"

Postby Siegfried » Thu Jun 23, 2016 3:19 pm

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Postby SquidAye » Thu Jun 23, 2016 3:39 pm

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Re: "Victim"

Postby Jasmer » Thu Jun 23, 2016 6:45 pm

Chainsaw wrote:I really can't stand the fact that there are people coming here to talk about being a victim of a so-called narcissist. Why don't you move on? Talking here doesn't make you "healing faster" or making a narcissist less narcissistic.

I've seen a few nons on this board who are clearly mentally unbalanced, but I think most of them just want to talk about it. Some people find a therapist. Some people have a family and support network they can talk to. Some people have neither of these things and look for something online.

A lot of people seem eager to call themselves a victim of something. I agree it's pathetic, but that's not going to stop them from doing it. I can see why children of NPD parents (not just "narcissistic" but full blown NPD) might consider themselves as much, but there's no excuse for a grown adult staying in a bad relationship long enough to feel all victimy.

People also throw around "narcissist" pretty lightly. A lot of victim blogs are full of black and white thinking and playing the victim. Some of those people have crept onto this board in the past. There's a support thread that I posted in a couple times and was attacked by one such person. It was pretty pathetic.
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Re: "Victim"

Postby AnalyzingOblivion » Wed Jun 29, 2016 3:08 am

Having been on the board years ago as a "victim" of an N I can say that victim mentality is part of what led me straight to another N. I'm a magnet for PD spectrum men. Four long years later I realize why. People are just trying to understand.
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