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You are so right, she certainly does. And I did.... For 37 years in fact...
It's so very soul shaking when you finally see the light... It wasn't me - It was her... It was always her, how she was feeling - what she was wanting - while I stayed on the sidelines hoping that one day, it would finally be me.
Trying to please the impossible, be the impossible, prove the impossible - so that I could get the impossible. Her conditional love, her undivided attention - all of it had to be earned - and the constant passive aggression
It's a relentless, heart wrenching circle of self devaluation at it's evilest.
Understanding the special wounds inflicted by dismissal and unresponsiveness
Sometimes, the words "I'm sorry" are just part of the narcissist's game
Once you see them, you'll be better equipped to deal.
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