Do You Think That A Malignant Narcissist Will Torture An Animal If Out Of Sight, Or Alternatively Perhaps In Sight Of A Person They Seek To Psychologically Destroy?


I know for a fact they will.

They’ll do it both out of sight and in front of a person they seek to destroy, as a sick game of psychological torture.

My Malignant Narcissist ex-husband abused my dog so badly that I gave her away.

On many occasions, I witnessed him kicking and hitting her.

After he picked her up and threw her against the wall, I knew I couldn’t keep her any longer.

For the sake of mercy, I had to find her a safe home.

I suspected he was torturing her behind my back.

My autistic son verified my fears after the marriage ended.

One day while I was at work, Colton walked in on his father sexually abusing that poor dog.

While I never doubted my decision to give her away, my son’s admission definitely confirmed that I’d made the right choice.


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7 thoughts on “Rantings Of A Survivor of Narcissistic Abuse”

  1. I see you’ve been on Quora since the end of 2018? I just wanted to check and see how long you’ve been around because past Narcissists have made me so (deservingly) paranoid that if you just started up on there only like a month ago, or so, I’d be concerned that you were someone ‘he’ sent to check up on me. But, you appear sincere, and have also been on Quora quite a while.

    Sorry for my suspicions, but the last one played a real number on me, and every now and then, I find myself still reeling from it. They really mess with one’s head. Of course, part of my confusion is just my own brand of Super Power that I was born with.

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