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I don’t know if anybody else experience this, but the even

wmw1981's picture
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I don’t know if anybody else experience this, but the evenings and nights are the most difficult. Every time I resolve to go no-contact, I manage to keep myself busy busy during the day, but by the evening, the panic and anxiety come creeping back in. It is roulette wheel as to whether interacting with my narc would be wonderful or devastating... but when it’s good, it’s great. And when it’s bad, I can see myself being partially responsible for the disaster. I am still really struggling with whether or not he’s a narc or if I’m overreacting and taking things too personally. But, the sun is going down, and the sadness is creeping in...

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zee4ward's picture
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Mar 14

@Fred143 My best friend who was not married always told me to just leave him. First off it is a marriage, but second of all - this is a person i knew (or thought i did for many years. And you are right even though I told her what I was going through, she never fully understood it.

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zee4ward's picture
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Mar 14

@AshleyC I can so relate. I was told I was arguing with him?!?!? Really? Since when is telling a person how you feel arguing? It is not. And never apologize - know this all too well. If I was afforded an apology it was "I am sorry but you...." fill in the blanks.

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Mar 14

@NamelessShe Thank God I did not answer a so-called 'trying to be helpful' question. I - like him, ignored him.

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