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Spotting The Trouble-Maker

Trouble photoDo you know someone who takes pleasure in dragging any and everyone down with spreading rumors or lies, starting arguments and getting everyone involved, or keeping problems going by including people who should not be included?

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  • May 16, 2019 at 9:32 am

    After reading articles to learn the reasons for my disastrous past actions, I discovered, both I and my wife are narcissistic sociopaths (NA). Until then I never knew that such a disorder even existed, let alone the effects on my thought and actions. It is a shock to one to realize that you were not in the real world at age 60. You cannot hide a disorder or change from one, if you do not know that the disorder exists. I take responsibility of this mess, as I should have understood my actions and those of my wife. The thought of ruining and losing my family and friends, produces a strong desire in me to change my behaviour. The emotional and financial damage is done and cannot be corrected, as one cannot travel back in time. I am like the walking dead at the thought that I have destroyed me, my family, relatives, and friends. The NA traits are from genetic factors, as I was never devoid of attention, had a happy life, and no trauma until now. So how do you explain to the ones that you love that they the have no future because of a mental disorder starting in grade one that was not recognised until a year ago?

    Be glad that you are not the one who is destroying and wasting the lives of those you dearly love and feel the horror of your actions. Not all the traits and actions of a NA stated in articles are true for everyone who has this lethal disorder. Not every narcissistic wants to be one, especially if it destroys family and friends, and may not realize they are one. A NA can be a vampire that sucks the joy and life out of themselves and others.
    It is not sympathy or acquittal that I desire, but to provide the readers with insights from an unknowing NA monster: the other side of the coin.


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