Stockholm Syndrome, Narcissist

Stockholm Syndrome –

Please take me back,

Narcissist!

I shall be all

the supply

that you will

ever need;

you will flourish

like a well-

nourished

garden,

and I shall

once again,

wither like

a dried-out

weed.

.

Please take me back,

Narcissist!

Let us go back

to that euphoric,

Golden Phase;

I shall accept

your sugary lies,

and crawl

beneath your heels

in my love-

soaked daze.

.

Please take me back,

Narcissist!

Thus,

the overflowing

supply

I shall give you

will be

an extravagant 

lot;

I shall stay,

right here,

in-waiting

for you;

And oh,

by the way,

Narcissist,

HaHa..NOT!

Stockholm Syndrome

Hoover, by Proxy

Hoover, by Proxy, is when the Narcissist keeps tabs, or keeps his/her victim triggered via the Narcissist’s Flying Monkeys and/or Enablers, checking up on the victim by email, or other means, of communication.


The Flying Monkeys, or Enablers, might disguise their dark intentions by asking the victim, “how she/he is getting along?”, or statements of concern, “I haven’t heard from you in a long time, and miss you!”. But, the true intentions become visible in the injurious, but subtle, pokes and jabs.

Flying Monkeys also help keep Stockholm Syndrome alive for the Narcissist’s victim by bringing up detailed memories of the Love Bombing Phase.

Stockholm Syndrome

Stockholm Syndrome

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9 Comments

  1. How do you let go? I struggle with this. I want him back. Even though he rejected me and chose someone else. I find myself hoping that his new relationship won’t work out and that he will come back to me. But why would I want that? I look at his social media only to be hurt all over again. I finished my 31-day blog challenge which helped as a distraction. But I still struggle with this.

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    1. I ♥️ You, (Not sure of name; is it Serene?)…

      The connection you are feeling for him, and cannot let go of is completely normal. I have been thru it many times with many Narcissists.

      They might treat us badly, but in between their abusive treatment, they give us crumbs of “the Honeymoon phase”, which bring us back to all the incredible memories we had with them when it was all new, and they had on their masks of feigning to be everything we possibly could ever want, or need.

      These crumbs keeps us hooked. And even when the “relationship” is over, and we realize how horrible they were and that it was all just an illusion, we already have Cognitive Dissonance, and this makes us believe two entirely opposite things:

      1). It was all fake; an illusion!
      2). He can change; he loved me so completely; he was the love of my life; that HAD to have been real!

      So, even though we know the truth, we cannot fully believe it, yet. We have been brainwashed so to speak. This is why Narcissists are so dangerous; they don’t just break our hearts, but they break our spirit, and our entire belief system, in a sense.

      It will take time to get over him, but staying No Contact will be the main thing that will push your recovery along. Anytime we see them again, we get manipulated, and the memories come flooding back. Then, we need to start No Contact all over, again.

      In time, along with No Contact, you will recover. But, be kind to yourself, love yourself, self-soothing, believe in yourself!

      It’s okay to cry, be angry, hurt, feel disenchanted…. we need to go thru the gut-wrenching pain, in order to get through it.

      If there’s anything or anyway I can be of any more help, or if you have any more questions, please feel free to let me know, anytime. I know how extremely painful this is. It’s beyond words.

      I was groomed from a child, and therefore, have unfortunately experienced Narcissist after Narcissist, in my life. I have been severely psychologically, spiritually, physically, and sexually traumatized.

      So, I am here to help in any way I can!

      You are not alone. ♥️

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      1. Thank you. I didn’t receive a notification that I had a message, so thank for taking the time to answer. I will look up Cognitive Dissonance and read more about it. I deleted his social media last night. Starting over day one.

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        1. Good job! I did the same. It’s difficult, I know. Yes, it will be helpful if you look up Cognitive Dissonance relating to Narcissist Abuse, specifically… as well as Trauma Bonding.

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