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When it comes…

When it comes I am being taken to the times long forgotten. To testify the scenes I so wanted to forget. There are ones who also want it be forgotten, but it shall never be. The good angels are protecting the painful memories so I can wear the shield and the sword when the day comes. Indifferent I am. Cold as stone. No more harm can be done to me. I abandon like I was once abandoned.

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Experiencing narcissistic abandonment, such as being discarded or rejected by a narcissistic parent or partner, can have lasting effects on an individual’s emotional well-being. The sudden and often unexpected abandonment can cause the person to feel confused, hurt, and betrayed, leading to a range of intense emotions.

The narcissistic individual’s lack of empathy and disregard for the person’s feelings can also damage the person’s self-esteem and sense of self-worth, leading to feelings of inadequacy and worthlessness. This can make it difficult for the person to trust and form healthy relationships in the future, and can contribute to the development of mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety.

Additionally, the experience of narcissistic abandonment can have lasting effects on the person’s sense of identity and their connection to their own thoughts, feelings, and experiences. The narcissistic individual’s manipulation and control can cause the person to feel confused and lost, leading to a disconnection from their own sense of self.

To recover from narcissistic abandonment and address the lasting effects, it can be helpful for the person to seek support from a therapist or counselor who can help them process their emotions and work through the pain and hurt caused by the narcissistic individual. It may also be beneficial to engage in self-care activities, such as exercising, meditating, or engaging in hobbies, to help restore a sense of self and improve emotional well-being.