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Narcissist and the Art of Foreshadowing: Overt and Covert Threats and their Maddening Efficacy Audiobook

Narcissist and the Art of Foreshadowing: Overt and Covert Threats and their Maddening Efficacy: Transcend Mediocrity, Book 153

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The narcissist says things like "how do you know we'll be together in two years", or "we should sign a prenuptial agreement when we get married." Is it your imagination, or was the narcissist just warning you of things to come? You don't want to seem as though you are crazy by making off-the-wall assumptions or predicting the future, but the narcissist drops hints of impending doom. You are never sure when to call his bluff.

The narcissist is a character in his own story. He employs the tactic of foreshadowing throughout his storytelling. He is omnipresent and omnipotent. He detests and resents anyone who paints the story for him, and thus he seeks to tell the story even in advance of itself. He wants to be the director, the storyteller, the adversary, and the hero. He narrates his life and his intentions so that he doesn't feel as though anyone else has a say over what will happen to him.

The narcissist isn't conscientious of others, or agreeable. He sees himself as a man's man. He sees himself as being resourceful and self-supporting. He is resentful of his need to connect with or work with other people. He will constantly remind other people that he doesn't need them around. He insists on taking care of himself, and relying on others must mean that he is weak. He resents anyone else who tells him what to do, or how to do it.

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