Pure Fiction

Discovering that I was married to a complete stranger to me after thirteen years was life-changing. The narcissist painted a picture and spun a story specifically tailored to seduce me into believing he was everything I wanted. I was terribly naive for not realizing he could be a narcissist. My sin was believing him and overlooking every sign that would lead me to see the truth until it was much too late. I do not love him, and I never did because narcissists are nothing but pure fiction.

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Author: Undeniably Sara

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22 thoughts on “Pure Fiction”

  1. I empathize, it was both frustrating and validating when it clicked that the person I married was an illusion. I’m glad you and your children are away from him, I hope each day things get a little better for you.

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    1. Thank you and I’m sorry you had a similar experience. I am thankful everyday that my children have this time to heal and grow so that if they choose to have some sort of relationship with him later in life they will have the skills to see through his mask and keep themselves safe.

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  2. Amen! I agree with you. Put a BIG X on the Ex and focus on right now and the future. Don’t give him the satisfaction of writing about him. Focus on YOU and leave him behind. You are a new person who sees clearly and has a Tribe that surrounds you with LOVE, PEACE, and JOY!

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  3. I believe we can only love, or have feelings about, our idea of someone or something. Anything else is impossible. Our feelings and emotions stop at our own skin. Internal feedback only. Only from this viewpoint have I been able to understand my own feelings and emotions and their cause.

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  4. I absolutely loved this. I shared it on mine I loved it so much! It’s true. He shows you the person he wants you to see, then once he’s no longer interested, the other side of him comes out. The one that shows you never really knew him at all in the first place. He gets to move on, but we are left with all the mess to wade through and pick up and try to put back together.

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