I would like our site visitors to remain anonymous. In that vein I moderate comments. Most comments will never be changed to public. I’m going to try something new with this post. It will feature a number of comments left by visitors with my possible responses.
K made the following comment about the above linked to post: “I couldn’t resist commenting. Perfectly written!”
My reply to K : Thanks for your kind words. Most people were never educated about disordered individuals such as Narcissists, Sociopaths and Psychopath. I believe it to be a major failure of our educational systems. Most people have no clue about such individuals and the physical and emotional damage that they may leave in their wake.
B wrote: “Hi there, I check your blog like every week. Your humoristic style is witty, keep it up!”
My reply to B: Thank You. I think that you may be referring to the Quotes posts.
J wrote: “I simply could not depart your web site before suggesting that I really loved
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My reply to J: Thank you. I’m glad that you find the info posted here to be of interest. This site gets visitors from all around the globe. I hope that the amount of useful info posted on this site will continue to grow.
K wrote: “I will immediately grasp your rss as I can’t to find your e-mail subscription link or newsletter service.
Do you have any? Kindly permit me understand so that I may subscribe. Thanks.
My reply to K: Sorry but we do not have an email subscription list. If you follow a WordPress Blog, I believe that WordPress would notify you of new posts. Uniquely Narcissistic is a WordPress blog. Or just visit the site. All new posts are of the first/main page. Except sometimes I will stick an older post at the top as a reminder. For example, that was done recently with a post about an upcoming seminar to be held by Christine De Canonville. In a case like that, just look below the sticky top post for all the latest posts.
D wrote: YES! My Narcissist’s birth mother divorced his birth father when he was X years old. He was later adopted by her second husband at around X. His step father physically and mentally abused him until xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. His mother was a workaholic and spent most of her time traveling, working, or focusing on her new husband and XXXXXXX. I realized early on that I was paying the price for a lot of what his mother had done to him.
My reply to D: Really sad to read your comment. I think you have taken a major step by becoming informed about disordered individuals. Never forget that you are or were in that situation because of your kind and caring nature. That makes you a very special Human Being. Knowing the Red Flags to watch for, can protect you in the future. For example, most people have never even heard of Mirroring, which Narcissists consistently use. By staying away from disordered individuals, one opens themselves up to the possibility of meeting a fellow kind, loving and caring individual. Such individuals are out there. It’s just that the Narcissists work rather hard at getting to people like yourself first.