Today was the day of doing .. Doing work, doing housework, doing yard work, correcting papers, and enjoying the quiet of the farm field and a sunset. The weather is turning a bit cool and there are rumors of snow flurries around us. Today was a day of happy, of accomplishment, and the solid validation of a coward. A coward who chooses to use her words carelessly, letting her mind run wild with accusation. It has become comical. I am the crazy one and she is the victim. How quaint!
For years, my life was laid out for the world to read. Letters were written to my family and friends. I am accused of having stolen identities to harass her. She took stories from those who do not care for me and exaggerated them. She took those stories and pretended they happened to her. She became a person manipulating others into believing her "facts" causing chaos where once there was none. She twists works, sometimes with a hint of truth, but most of the time not. Of course, she will never hold herself accountable for anything that she has done in hatred and malice. She shifts the blame to me and this only validates her bad behavior and intent. Her failures are always my fault and she has to tell everyone "her story". I am even blamed for her failed marriage and love affair.
As per the Mayo Clinic, the definition of a narcissist is “someone who has an inflated sense of their own importance, a deep need for admiration and a lack of empathy for others.” Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) causes many issues in all aspects of a person’s life. It affects work, school, relationships and other matters. It can worsen with depression and addiction. Someone who is a narcissist is usually unhappy and easily disappointed by others for not receiving the special treatment they believe to deserve.
Today, I do not care about her bad behavior because that is what it is .. Bad behavior. Her inflated sense of ego is nothing more than insecurity and defeat. The man she claims to love refuses to marry her and she blames me for a divorce after being married less than a year. Her posts are lame, asking for sympathy, and claims of never doing anything wrong to us. Whatever! She denies her mental illnesses and treatment of such. It is okay .. We have different life values and we all have skeletons in the closet! This year has brought new courage and understanding of a woman who cannot face realities in her own world and indulges in the lives of others in a negative way. She writes that she wants me to hurt, she wants me embarrassed and humiliated. It is okay; we understand ..
Alyson Noel wrote, “There is an old and very wise Native American saying: Every time you point a finger in scorn—there are three remaining fingers pointing right back at you.”