Isn't it possible that we simply weren't good enough?

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#1 November 20, 2017 - 2:43am

Isn't it possible that we simply weren't good enough?

Everyone here in this forum has one thing in common : we were rejected by someone. The operating premise, though, appears to be that we are not responsible, because the person doing the rejecting was likely a narcissist.

What if we are responsible? What if we have to face some hard truths about ourselves?

Couldn't it just be that we were rejected simply because we were not good enough?

I'm angry and I'm frustrated, but what if my ex-N was right to discard me due to my shortcomings?

November 28, 2017 - 2:04pm

In Recovery...

You must educate yourself fully on what a narcissist is; their behaviors, tactics, motives, and agenda for them wanting to seek out a relationship. Once you have FULL understanding of their ncurable Personality Disorder, you will know it wasn't your fault. We do have to look within to see what made us a good target, prey to the predator, and work on building better boundary skills, etc. but please know you are so very worthy and are and have been perfectly good enough. Sadly, the narcissist doesn't have the mindset to see this.
XOXO

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