The Narcissist Playbook

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“A narcissist paints a picture of themselves as being the victim or innocent in all aspects. They will be offended by the truth. But what is done in the dark will come to light. Time has a way of showing people’s true colors.” – Karla Grimes

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a person who has an excessive interest in or admiration of themselves.

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This Month’s Book

The Narcissist’s Playbook

By Dana Morningstar

“How many narcissists does it take to screw in a lightbulb? None, they don’t use lightbulbs, they use gaslighting!” — Anonymous

As many of you know,

I myself have dealt with a narcissist. I write about it in this post

Part One: Understanding Manipulation

This chapter is mainly the author making us aware that there isn’t actually a playbook, but if there were, this is how she thinks the book would be. She wants to list red flags to look out for.

Everyone has some traits of narcissism, however, narcissist are on a completely different level.

A manipulative relationship is an abusive relationship. This makes it hard for people to leave a relationship. Trust me, I know.

Even after the relationship, you still can be abused.

I remember

my narcissist finding ways to contact me to manipulate and abused me. Even when he was in a relationship. This prolonged my healing. He felt like he owned me.

Never think for once that you can’t go through this abuse. These people are chameleon. They can have you thinking they’re one way, and the whole time its a mask.

I call narcissist’s chameleons…

because they pretend to be everything you want in a person just to tear you down. It’s all a game. If you want a gentleman, they will pretend to be that for a period of time. The whole time, they’re plotting.

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