If you or someone you know is suffering an episode of depression please read this.
The people who regularly read my blog know that I’ve had more than a few dealings with pathological narcissists.
In fact, I’m a typical survivor of abuse in that I’ve normalized behaviors that would send most people running for their lives.
What’s mine is yours and what’s yours is yours? Of course!
I do get how wrong it is to agree with that but it’s taken me a lifetime.
The latest drama in the latest episode of my Mother the Second Life narcissist takes place on Flickr where a Narc has been happily trolling a piece of my Flickr account for close to a year.
It seems that ‘someone’ who administrates one of the art groups I started trolled it recently and banned a bunch of group members.
I’m tracking this drama as a side issue because I took the good advice of letting the group go; I simply won’t waste a second of what’s left of my life in a battle over nothing.
In fact, I now only use Flickr as an image hosting service and that’s only until my current membership expires.
What I find so interesting about this incident is that the people who’ve sent me email about this latest bid for attention from the narc have gone out of their way to assure me that the Second Life narcissist may not be responsible for this.
Now, understand that she has trolled that group for months, I asked her publicly to step down as an administrator and she still refuses to do it.
That refusal qualifies as both trolling and stalking and stalking is a crime.
With all of this, my closest contacts feel the need defend her as (possibly) not being the troll.
How do narcissists get away with publicly trolling and stalking people and still have defenders?
RG (c) 2016
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