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Tell me what you make of this folks. It's something that has always bothered me about my narc husband. His whole family does this, not just him and it's a narc family. His mother is severely narcissistic. So what he does is, he talks excessively for a man. I don't mean to sound stereotyping but most men I've known don't talk nonstop like he does. And most people when they're having a conversation between two or more people, they can accidentally interrupt another person speaking when they didn't mean to, just because they both started a sentence at the same time during a break between topics or whatever. And most people know this is the normal course of things and don't take it personally but will let the other person speak or take a turn and the conversation moves forward from there. But he and his whole family, if you accidentally speak when they made it clear they're breaking in the conversation, they'll act like you intentionally interrupted them and get annoyed and angry, as though you did it to hurt them somehow. And some of them if they had their way, you'd never get a word in edgewise. So I'm thinking it's because they're so vain they think what anyone else had to say could not possibly be as important and all they want is an audience and don't give a crup what anyone else has to say so that's why it's an offence when you speak up into the convo. Did anyone else find their narc partners or family members did this sort of thing? And I know it's not just me because I've seen his family members do it to each other and I've never had this issue with anyone else. Not saying I haven't accidentally interrupted anyone else, I'm just saying no one acts this butt hurt if they're accidentally interrupted.

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Dec 16

@mmadwaite, I heard on youtube they complain how they're treated because they think they're entitled to special treatment. I personally think you should be treated well as a customer, because you can take your business elsewhere and would complain if I was treated super poorly, though I'd be reluctant because I don't like the idea of a person maybe losing their job. However from what they say a narc thinks they're privileged and so any slight will be a total insult in the realms of customer service.

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Dec 16

@Scat Oh my gosh!!!!! He thinks he deserves special treatment all of the time. His need for special treatment is what lead to his destruction of our marriage.

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Dec 16

@mmadwaite, that's pretty sad. : (

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