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Emerging From the Narcissist Black Hole

Antakya Biennial Artist Network, 2010.

Antakya Biennial Artist Network, 2010.

Encounters with psychopaths & narcissists are like black holes. Unlike any other human experience, there is absolutely nothing to be gained from them. You can dedicate more time & energy than anything in your life. You can be the kindest, most patient person on the planet. You can absorb all of the painful things they do. But despite all of that, you will still become enemy #1. You will become “crazy”, “obsessed”, “jealous”. They will use you to triangulate with other people. You will find yourself sinking lower than you ever have in your life, sacrificing your dignity and self-worth. All of your efforts are not only ignored, they get thrown back in your face with remorseless contempt. They turn you into someone you never thought you could be. All because you were trying your hardest to make someone else happy. This is why survivors often feel drained, depressed, and numb when all is said and done. Your emotional energy was robbed, and it will never be given back. All you can do is cut this toxic person out of your life and begin generating new energy from the ground up. The cool thing about starting over is that you get to decide what fills up the void. A lot of survivors find themselves much more authentic, creative, and self-aware through the healing process.

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One comment on “Emerging From the Narcissist Black Hole

  1. Dan says:

    This sociopath coerced me into doing a four month meditation retreat, giving me no advice other than to not bring books, anything to write with, or contact the outside world. She then engineered conditions to make it difficult to leave, and said that pain was good when I was telling that meditation was shooting agonising pain down the left side of my body.

    Please don’t be like me, and steer clear.

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