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I have read that narcissists never provide their victims wit

I have read that narcissists never provide their victims with full closure, however it feels like today that is what mine did. (See previous posts with the texts he sent this morning). I'm not really sure how to interpret this, not that it should matter, but I feel like today was really the "final discard".

Let me give a little background: Wednesday night, I had requested that we have some time to talk on Thursday because I was not happy. This was obviously very threatening to him, as he thought I was going to break up with him (which I was considering doing), so he then did it over text. He was extremely cold and showed zero remorse, and left me wondering wtf had just happened. It's been 5 days, and after obsessively logging into his social media and checking his messages, I woke up in the middle of the night last night and removed all of his accounts from my phone and blocked him on the one the one social media app I had not been ready to do so. I woke up this morning to those messages and since I can see that he has been searching my page, I know that he sent that message after seeing that I had blocked his one final account.

Is there a way to interpret those messages other than him really being done and really feeling all of those things? He was so calm and collected in those texts, which isn't normal for him, but since I know everything is calculated and they don't ever provide real closure, what am I to think of those?

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[1805]
Feb 12

Sounds like it is meant to be. It seems pretty genuine and he is leaving. So stay no contact. Let him go. Sometimes energies just STOP mending. But if he is a true narc, its just another mind game. He could just be doing this to get a response, so he can respond, get your nerves up, and try to rekindle.....take your time and think about what you need. No one else.

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[1885]
Feb 12

@Ilovelove one thing I know for certain, is that he is a true narcissist. He is the epitome of the disorder, but that is why I am having the most difficult time understanding this. What about their inability to be genuine?

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[79650]
Feb 13

Lost his "spark." That's the silliest thing I've ever heard. Anyone bases love on a "spark" deserves NC.

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