Tag Archives: narcissist

Choking on gratitude (article concluson)

After helping me to understand why he struggles with such an inability to apologize,  the article goes on to discuss gratitude, or the narcissistically driven person’s lack of it. Substitutes for simple gratitude are listed as conferring approval, reversing roles, … Continue reading

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It’s not his fault (article part eight)

And for the favorite topic of the day, we can all remind ourselves that it’s not his fault! “The readiness of narcissistically vulnerable people to convey criticism is equaled only by their resistance to assimilating it.” “I’ll confess that I … Continue reading

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Is he apologizing? (part six)

This part of the article talks about what looks like an apology, but really isn’t.  If someone seems to be apologizing, but you still feel in your gut that something is off, the explanation might be in this part. Here’s … Continue reading

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Best article on behavior of narcissists (part one)

Before I can’t find a link at all (it used to be easy to find on the net), I want to share this article with all of you:   The Denial of Remorse and Gratitude by Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D. and … Continue reading

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pajamas

This is my first blog, and the first entry. It’s really true.  I do mostly live in pajamas.  I suppose there’s more than one reason for this, and the purpose of this blog is to have a place to talk … Continue reading

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