I used to wish I’d never met my Malignant Narcissist ex.

But that was before I realized how strong I became in the aftermath of our relationship.

Don’t get me wrong. It sucks to go through the chaos that life with a narc brings.

It sucks to have everything you’ve ever believed about people be proven wrong in such horrific ways.

Of course it does.

But it’s going to still suck no matter what.

It’s better to have gained SOMETHING from all that hell.

When I started to realize how much strength I’d gained, I began to think of other things I’d either gained or gotten back.

Gradually, I made peace with some of my inner demons and even met the little girl I once was.

She’s really cool, by the way.

I also gained something that I’d never had.

Not before the narc.

Not after, for a while.

But eventually I gained self-love, self-acceptance, and self-respect!!



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3 thoughts on “OK, That’s A Lie”

  1. This has me cracking up; ha ha… Ya, I used to eat my kids Halloween Candy while they were at school and then have to go out and buy them all new candy. I know I told you this on IG, but I thought the whole world should know how deprived my kids were cuz I kept stealing their Halloween candy. But, heck, if you can’t steal it from your own kids, where else ya gonna go? I thought that’s why we had kids…

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