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This regular view of flattering narcists is one I will never subscribe to. its self betrayal. Just let the narcist know you have a boundary.
in fact I have noted the entire relationship with a narcist can be all a out respecting boundaries. no outings. no teteates. no parties. no hellos. only "and let us remember to respect each other as you come to pick the child". in other words the farthest you can go with an abusive person is planting a boundary that keeps us safe from each other.
Why is this moral precept so imperative yet so precarious?
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