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SeanFLA posted 6/10/2013 08:14 AM

I was just searching for an answer on why someone refuses to apologize for wronging me and came across this. I can totally relate this to my exWW and possibly this other person. It's worth the read:

Helen of Troy posted 6/10/2013 11:03 AM

Good, article thanks.

TattoodChinaDoll posted 6/10/2013 11:15 AM

Thank for posting that. At first I didn't think Jerkface McGillicuddy was NPD. Just thought some of the stuff he did was normal human nature and he was just extra selfish. Then I started thinking he had NPD tendencies but not really NPD. And most recently I've realized, HOLY HELL HE TOTALLY IS!! Those first few pages ARE HIM.

[This message edited by TattoodChinaDoll at 11:18 AM, June 10th (Monday)]

nutmegkitty posted 6/10/2013 11:21 AM

Good article.

I know the ex has zero empathy. Several counselors have told him so, and I can see it so clearly. Sometimes I wanted to scream at him "don't you understand how much you hurt me????" but it would have done no good because he has no empathic capacity at all.

I never got an apology either.

Douchebagfree posted 6/10/2013 21:25 PM

After reading this I think I'm dealing with a narcissistic, passive agressive, sociopathic muppet.

Lucky me!

No apology for me either - I know, SHOCKING!

Kajem posted 6/10/2013 21:37 PM

If you think you are dealing with a Narc. There is a page in the I Can Relate Forum called NPD, there is a lot of wisdom on those pages if you read.

Good luck,


wontdefineme posted 6/10/2013 21:48 PM

When you realise that your ex or so or WS is a narc, much easier to understand why they do what they do. Understanding is what we what from them, being a narc gives us the answers. All we wanted was for them to understand, but all they wanted was what was good for them. Now we have what is good for us, them gone.

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