If you have been called things like “you are too sensitive,” “you have changed,” or “there is something wrong with you” by the narcissist, this article is for you. There is a hidden meaning underneath statements like these that I will reveal today. I will be decoding and translating nine things narcissists say to make you go crazy. If you’re eager to learn, be sure to continue reading until the last one because it’s the most repetitive one. Let‘s get started:
1. “I cheated on you because you never gave me what I wanted. You made me do it.”
Translation and real meaning: I cheated on you because I am a serial cheater. Disloyalty is in my personality. I need to have multiple people providing me with supplies at any given time; otherwise, I’ll get bored. You aren’t enough for me; in fact, no one is because I am not enough in myself. I cheated on you because I wanted to do it, not because you made me do it, but I want you to feel responsible so that I can blame and shame you. I want you to feel guilty because I can’t, so you have to. I need to evade accountability, so I will make it about your inadequacy when, in reality, you have done nothing wrong. You have done everything in your power to make me happy.
2. “Don’t you remember how good things were at the start?”
Translation: My mask is about to fall, or I am about to lose control over you, so I am rekindling the fake love to confuse you, shift your focus from reality, and keep you trapped in the spider web of my lies. I can’t let you go so easily; why don’t you understand? I am strategically making you think about the good times so that you forget about the bad ones while getting sucked into the emotions I made you feel once. I am making you think about hope and the possibility of a relationship working out so that you feel like you‘re missing out and give it a chance when it deserves none.
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