Saturday, January 3, 2015

Being Alone is Better than Being with a Narcissist

Here's the choice. Spending time alone versus being in the company of someone who wants to bring you down, and is working relentlessly to make you fall. If you look at it this way, it should be an easy decision. It's always a losing proposition to remain involved with someone who wants to harm you.

Malignant narcissists are dangerous, and all the more so when the pretend to be your friends. Having this window into your life allows them to learn your weak points. Then they know just where to hit you.

There is absolutely no benefit to remaining "friends" with a malicious female. Although it may be difficult to part company with someone you've known for a long time, it's really the only logical choice, once you discover this person doesn't have your best interests at heart. Not all people do.

Some so-called "friends" only stick around to see what they can take from you. Others may even like what you have so much, they want to have it themselves. This is when a malignant personality, driven by envy, will try to destroy you, so she can claim your possessions. These aren't necessary material things. Intangibles such as a good reputation or a wide circle of friends may be something a narcissist would like to acquire, after she pushes you out of the way.

The New Year is the perfect time to rid yourself of these "frenemies," or these wolves in sheep's clothing, who just pretend to be your friends. Let them go. You don't need them and you'll be much happier without them.

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1 comment:

  1. Start seeing less of them at first and then see how they react. A narcissist will panic and cling on to you more. That's when you know they are definitely one and then you have to drop them like a hot brink with no contact ever again.