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Lorf 17/08/06(Sun)06:08 No. 770972

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I think I am a malignant narcissist, does anyone have any resources that might be particularly helpful in fixing this issue?
I pushed away the love of my life due to my problems, just 4 days ago she broke up with me and told me she has to cut off contact with me and that she doesn't think we should keep going.
I love her, I want her so badly, I want to be good and right for her, I've been scrabbling screaming, crying, hoovering (a classic cluster B narcissistic or sociopath behaviour that's part of the cycle of abuse in relationships)
and I airwolfed up and said some shit in anger recently today, I'm not willing to give up on her liking me again yet, what I AM willing to give up on is whatever the hell it is that makes me a malignant narcissist, I want to be in her life, good for her, I want her to see that I'm changing, and not just as an empty promise in desperation "oh I'll be good I promise!" but to actually change myself.

Homicide 17/08/06(Sun)14:10 No. 770979

Nothing is gonna change. She's gone m8 and she knows what you're like. You can't win that back.
Try find somebody else who doesn't know how much of an elliot rodgers you are and then act normal from there.
See if you can keep it up.

Anonymous 17/08/06(Sun)15:49 No. 770981

He is not capable of this. I feel very sorry for her, but it was her mistake letting him get so close. He's just going to keep stalking her forever.

Even if she does the smart thing and leaves town, changes her name and phone number, he'll keep looking for her for years and he'll always think about her, even when he's with other women.

Optimus Prime 17/08/06(Sun)17:29 No. 770985

You've never loved anything in your whole life, liar

OP 17/08/06(Sun)17:49 No. 770986

GLHF... It doesn't work

Panawave 17/08/06(Sun)17:56 No. 770987


She did the best thing she could have done in the situation; she had the courage to break a cycle that you never could or would.

What you need to realize is the reason you want her is because some facet of who she was in your relationship was just there to support you in your illness. You love her not for her, but because she was an object that supported your whole internal workings.

How do I know this? You said so yourself; you're a narcissist. When you're at your worst, everything is only a reflection of you to yourself.

Take the hit and move on, seriously. Face this and weather it, and you might find something of yourself that isn't utter horseshit. Then build upon that. If you put as much energy into building a decent human being out of the ashes as you seem to be doing begging her to stay in a airwolfed-up cycle that orbits you, you might end up somewhere under the nebulous umbrella of "ok."

Weeabot 17/08/06(Sun)18:06 No. 770989

Forget about her. People like you can't change and can't have meaningful relationships. The sooner you realise and accept that the better.

symbion 17/08/06(Sun)21:06 No. 770999

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Playing games and vacuuming your floor are rather normal behaviours.

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