"margharris"]This morning I was very sad to read Storm was back with vengeance. I know Longtime had been hopeful her mother would be able to hear her apology and go and get the help she needed to get over all this mess of the past. I think we all were hopeful. Longtime was truly sorry and did want a relationship with a loving mother.
From the missile of abuse you have sent, it is obvious that your children need to stay right away from you. You are still a very long way from healing.
All I can say to Storm is you need help to see what all of us clearly see. Marg
Destroying the Frustrating Object
Other narcissists "choose" to destroy the object that gives them so much grief by provoking in them feelings of inadequacy and frustration. They display obsessive, blind animosity and engage in a compulsive acts of rivalry [u]often at the cost of self-destruction[/u] and self-isolation.
"This hydra has many heads. From scratching the paint of new cars and flattening their tyres, [u]to spreading vicious gossip[/u], to media-hyped arrests of successful and rich businessmen, to wars against advantaged neighbours.
The stifling, condensed vapours of envy cannot be dispersed.
They invade their victims, their rageful eyes, their calculating souls, they guide their hands in evil doings and dip their tongues in vitriol...
(The envious narcissist's existence is) a constant hiss, a tangible malice, the piercing of a thousand eyes. The imminence and immanence of violence.
The poisoned joy of depriving the other of that which you don't or cannot have."
So, to Walkthrough, perhaps you could then consider coming to terms with what has happened, without the involvement of your daughter, and without the outcome that you believe is the only one possible to ease your mind? You've been given good advice by Marg and others.
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