When I see or think of the N, I take a deep breath and tell myself that woman is now stuck taking care of what used to be my problem. Karma is a wonderful thing.
Kim February 21, I can relate to how you feel. I am going through the same exact thing now. I never even thought of a narcissistic personality, but this article hits the nail on the head. The divorce proceedings are difficult and he moved on immediately with a new gf. It is difficult to wrap my head around wanting out of this toxic relationship that I battled my way through all these years and yet, still feeling hurt that he could move on so quickly.
Only he started spending by buying, all the things he wanted for himself and for his sisters as presents, on my department store charge cards. By the time he was finished with me I had to file for bankruptcy. Now, I am married to a stable sane man who scorned my ex for what he had done to me and who also provides me, as I do him, with unconditional love and support, and a loving home—which is paid for thank God.
God showed me that those of us who are living in the integrity of honesty and truth indeed prevail and while my finances were never recompensed by the court system, and certainly never by my ex, God avenged me at a higher level by what He allowed to happen to my ex.
Take heart—God sees and hears and He will not be mocked, especially by some soulless narc! I have two young daughters………. I see how toxic the relationship was and that the N had free-reign over our finances, accusing ME of being bad with money. Still wondering where it is going to end.
I hope things have worked out well for you. Anything that you can say with hindsight which might help me as I face this? Pass this information on. Holly April 25, I am so grateful for this blog! The same goes for me financially.
I was never allowed a checkbook, or to even know anything about our finances. We were recently lectured by a judge for putting our children in the middle. Can hardly wait for my day in court!
And so the house of cards for which he has built with one lie after another, I have no doubt will be collapsing in on himself soon. My N husband can not take an ounce of criticism-not even from the very judge who will decide the temporary care of our 3 children. Always walk in the light.
The truth always comes out, and will set you free. God Bless to my fellow survivors of those who have been on the receiving end of the full throttle, desperate narcissist. Stay strong, brave, smart, and swift. I just finally am not hearing my crazy alcoholic sister screaming at me day and night, being her slave and watching how she has blamed everyone else why she is so messed up.
A former Heroin addict she just keeps finding something. So now I have 30 days to find a job and a place to live and I will be set free finally from this horrible ordeal. And just like you, I will heal and we need to keep our faith. Terry May 9, I know how you feel.
I am not a stupid person, but trying to stay calm and be rational in her presence is a huge struggle for me. I clam up when she presents the lies. Currently, after 3 years of fighting for a separation agreement and getting nowhere but in debt to my lawyer, I thought we were close to a settlement after mediation, but then she completely changed her mind and started tossing the lies my way once again.
I feel completely powerless because I have run out of money to keep paying… and yet she will take me to court for much more support than she deserves.
But the law is stacked against me. My situation did mirror yours but now I do see how truth shields me from the anxiety she once created. It will be 2 years in April and we will be in front of the court Master to end the marriage.
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