The Covert Narcissist

Too many of us get trapped in relationships with narcissists! I recognize every part of this post that could be written about my life. I pray that no others get deceived like I was.

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By Tatiana Michelet 

Have you known and trusted someone for years only to finally and painfully wake up to the fact that you’ve been the victim of their extreme narcissistic tendencies?

Are you ashamed to have been fooled by a person who looks so perfect and innocent on the outside, that it’s hard to accept the truth – that you have been used to fuel their narcissistic supply?

For your own sanity, accept what has happened and move on because the person you thought you knew doesn’t exist, all there ever was, was a monster behind a mask.

What is Narcissism

Narcissism is more common than we think and to some extent, we all have a narcissistic streak in us, in fact, in moderate doses it can actually be healthy, contributing to self respect, providing a little ego boost when we need it and a little gratification here and there…

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3 thoughts on “The Covert Narcissist

  1. Someone with an “overdose” of themselves can be very hard to take, and potentially abusive in some extreme cases. But I agree we all need a bit of “self” applied in the right way, to watch out for ourselves, make good decisions, etc…with God’s help.


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