It’s impossible to deal with narcissists – they don’t let you express your point of view, or worse, even won’t let you talk!
If you say something they disagree with, they will instantly become violently angry. Then they lecture you on how wrong you are for expressing your views and values.
That’s not how you want your life to be. To be controlled, told to shut up, and to be corrected all the time by a “know it all!”
Sadly, mostly you don’t know you’ve fallen into a situation like this until it’s too late, and you’re baked!
It happened to me several times during my 54 years on the planet. Despite my “life experience and knowledge,” I can still be set up and fall for the narcissist trap!
Why? Because I am a giver, not a taker. Sadly, good people get trapped far more often than bad!
There are thousands, if not millions, of unsavory narcissists out there – all they want is to suck the life out of you for their benefit.
Be warned: That’s extremely damaging to your mental health and well-being.
Make your life better by building a wall around your mental health and person
It’s vital to surround yourself with positive people, who do not force their way of thinking on you, but instead listen, care, and accept you for what you are.
If you mistakenly fall into a relationship with a toxic narcissist who pushes you around and tells you you’re wrong, you must immediately escape and remove yourself from the situation.
I wrote this message today for you and everyone who must hear this.
I have tried to help many times – it can’t be done!
You stand no chance of getting through to them. It’s a complete waste of time, energy, and physically and mentally dangerous to you.
A friend who turned out to be a narcissist got severely drunk the other night.
I was trying to help him to his hotel room after he passed out and fell backward, cutting his head open, with blood gushing everywhere. I quickly ran to a pharmacy and bought what I needed to patch him up, clean the wound, and tape it closed.
He may have died after the fall and bleeding if I had not been there to save him.
Once the helpful hotel staff and I got him to his room, he continued to try to go out. I held him back and tried to reason with him that he must lie down, stay in his room, and get some sleep. Instead, he lashed out at me and hit me full-on with a fist in the head.
Be careful out there. Check, double-check, no, triple-check that new person in your life you are giving your trust and time to!