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..a very broken, addicted and messed up wife of 20 years...she dumped him for another woman...he was institutionalized after confessing his plans to murder his ex so she didn't take what he built up for his kids.....she's with a woman, and wants half of their kids property for herself...
She sounds a right bee-yatch so maybe somebody could visit him and tell him that to make him feel better, and let him know they're on his side.
 

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I'd never heard of 'Narcissistic Break Disorder' and am still not sure what it is, maybe we Brits call it by a different name such as 'Right Man (or Woman) Syndrome' where the person goes through life thinking they're ALWAYS in the right and that everybody else is wrong or plotting against them.
My evil little shit of a dad had it, and my bee-yatch sister has got it too.

From the net- "The "Right Men" are domestic household tyrants who terrorise their families but they can be found in all fields of life: in business, politics, art, culture.
They are poor communicators, appalling listeners, tend to see everything in "black and white" and demonstrate a profound inflexibility.
As a result, they tend to be hopelessly out of date with the current times in terms of fashion, relationships, social and cultural trends.
They also often carry an erroneously fixed and out-of-date view about whom a person is and there is nothing that person (whether it be their son/daughter, neighbour, colleague) can do to convince them otherwise.
The "Right Man" thinks he's right because he carries "secret knowledge".
The "Right Man" tends to believe that he knows people better than they know themselves.
Their catch-phrase is: "There is nothing wrong with me; it is everyone else that is at fault."
The "Right Man" must always have his way and is afraid of losing face above all ("How dare you talk to me this way?"): anything that might be an indication of his/her infallibility or erroneous ways is something that he can never admit.
And if things don't exactly go his way, he may try to scare people into submission by breaking into outbursts of rage.."
Anger, Aggression, Temper: NLP, Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy
 

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"break" was not the appropriate term in there, sorry. He was having a "break" from reality which is a narcassist disorder problem.
It's really tough. He gets his mind made up and no one can be right but him, no matter what reality is, only he can be right. Very sad.
Yeah they're everywhere, even in various net discussion forums, we had one in Preppers Net earlier this year and we whupped his ass in debates, posting links and stuff to prove we were right but even then he couldn't admit he was wrong. He eventually flipped and began ranting at members like a schoolyard brat, for example he called me a "delusional Limey!" and the mods banned him because we were getting fed up with him.
Imagine having his sort in a SHTF survival group, no way hozay..:)
 
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