Wow! Narcissist

Wow! Narcissist

Wow! Narcissist –

If you really want a gold piece of jewelry, tell the Narcissist that you are highly allergic to gold. This way, you’ll definitely get a piece of gold jewelry for your birthday. If you want red earrings, tell him/her you have a phobia of red earrings. Bingo! You’ll surely get those red earrings for Christmas, or maybe even as an out-of-the-blue, “just because I love ya” gift.


If you suspect you are dealing with a Narcissist, tell him/her something vulnerable about yourself, but off-the-wall, such as, “I’ve got this horrible, pervasive fear that after I die, Green Gremlins are going to eat up my body!” Then when he/she discards you, you’ll likely hear from the Narcissist, “By the way, I know for a fact that after you die, Green Gremlins are gonna eat up your body. I have scientific research to prove it!”.


If your favorite color is peach, let the Narcissist know how much you despise the color peach, this way you might get a freshly painted bedroom, living room, or work office in peach color. If fact, the Narcissist might very well go out of his/her own way to do that paint job all by himself/herself (even without bribing the neighbor’s 13-year-old son to paint the entire 1,500 sq ft area for a 6-pack of beer).


Anyway, I’m not advocating lying, I’m just making a point.

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Wow! Narcissist

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  1. Good tactic, Tamara, though perhaps the “grander” strategy is to move beyond the Narcissist, thus consigning him to oblivion. Truly a fate he dreads – and deserves.

    No matter whether you “outthink” him (probably not difficult to do), you’ve appointed him gatekeeper to your happiness.

    Better, by far, to make him irrelevant. “Did I tell him I hate peach, or I love it? … Meh, whatever. I stopped caring about halfway through that first sentence. Stopped thinking about it by the second sentence. Wait, what were we talking about, again?


    1. Indeed, No Contact is the best way to handle a Narcissist; no reaction. It will cut off their fuel supply and they’ll move on to someone else who will give them a reaction.

      The worst thing we can do to a Narcissist is totally ignore them. If we cannot disregard them because of family commitments, then we can answer them with unemotional, monotonous replies. This can be difficult to do since they purposefully push our buttons, but it will have an impact. They live for dramatic attention- positive or negative!


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