Anonymous asked: as someone who has a partner who's parent is NPD this blog is awesome!!! we recently moved out of my partners mothers house and her last parting words were something like " this hurts me more then it does you etc etc and I'm scared to leave you alone with her (meaning me) because she's abusive (I have BPD and have never once acted abusively towards him. and as someone with Borderline this hurts my feelings, help?
Thank you :)
I know it’s hard as hell, but try not to take anything a narcissist says to heart. They’re mean. You’ve moved out which means she is losing her narcissistic supply and is obviously not going to be happy about that.
Live with your partner, enjoy your new place and know that it’s okay to accept that the narc is speaking utter BS.
bloody-parts asked: this blog is helping me so much right now. both my parents have NPD and its been a rough week with them. thank you :)
Stay strong, bb :x
Anonymous asked: Hello, is this blog a safe space for adoptees and queer/trans* people? I grew up with an adoptive parent who is an anti-social (also called sociopathic) narcissist, so her abuse was different than other narcissistic abusers.
It is safe for both of those, yes. Submissions about sociopathic abusers are also fine
I hope anyone in the US with a NM is having a bearable mother’s day :x
clean-slate-marred-deactivated2 asked: Hi, I am starting a blog that encompasses parents with NPD as well as ambient abuse and the struggles of being someone who was adopted and ended up with two parents who have NPD. I was wondering if I could link to this page from mine or use resources from here as long as I credit?