Due to distractions, I wasn’t going to write anything tonight, but I couldn’t help myself. Sometimes a situation or a person with a narcissistic personality disorder warrants a post to be born. In this case, it would be the latter.
To celebrate my anniversary I posted Jodie Foster inspired me. It seems that one of the spouse-no-mores, (you know) was very troubled by my words.
YOUR VERSION OF REALITY:
- You claim to have found the link to this off one of our Facebook pages (1st fucking lie).
- You said you only knew about the blog because one of the kids reads it (2nd fucking lie).
- You said the post was about you (3rd fucking lie or 1st delusion).
- You claim that everyone is reading my blog (2nd delusion). Can you make that happen?
- Then, you called me demented (4th fucking lie, 3rd delusion and a total ignorance for vocabulary).
- I rarely link one of these posts to a personal Facebook account. Believe it or not, this blog isn’t for everyone. AND….I didn’t link this one. Besides, we’re not FB friends with you! I do however have a lovely blog about my beautiful son if you want to
stalkvisit that one: A Dose of Justice.
- The kids know they aren’t allowed to read this blog. I have total faith in them. IF……. I’m wrong, then having one be a deceitful sneaky person, should concern you more than my adult blog.
- Seriously? The post was about myself and my amazing husband, who I have rocking sex with all the time. Do you need me to repeat anything? Sorry, but you didn’t even make the highlight reel. A little full of ourselves, are we?
- I have it on good authority that half of Brazil is not quite aware of my blog. You got your facts wrong.
- So let’s address the demented comment. Shall we??!!?? I think you need the definition of the word.
(bing.com · Bing Dictionary)
[ di méntəd ]
- entirely irrational: completely unreasonable or lacking any sense of the consequences of actions taken
- affected with dementia: affected by the loss of intellectual functions that is associated with dementia
WHAT I THINK IS DEMENTED:
- To lie so naturally, you can’t recognize the truth anymore.
- To use manipulation (guilt, threats, fear, anger) with a child/children to feel superior.
- To suggest your spouse-no-more has something sexually wrong with them because they didn’t want to touch you anymore. HINT: It’s called sexual attraction.
- To pretend you didn’t break your wedding vows over and over again, use physical force in the relationship, and degrade your spouse-no-more with every word and action.
- To act like everything bad you did, your spouse-no-more actually did when telling “stories”.
- To believe that anyone with “real” self-esteem, who isn’t socially, emotionally and physically constipated, is DEMENTED.
- LASTLY…….To view my blog. Did you really think you would like it? HOW YOU LIKE ME NOW!!!!!!
10 thoughts on “Someone got dementia in the divorces, but it wasn’t me.”
If nothing else, a good reminder of why you aren’t with him anymore…
Preach it brother! Or him with her. Life is good now.
Sounds like you have a bayer. What a wonderful compliment. 🙂
With compliments like this…….
That’s suppose to be hater. Auto spell SMH
Auto spell can be a bitch. I figured you meant something along those lines. It’s funny how haters don’t stay away though.
May I just say how much I admire that you stand up to that crap! Thank goodness he is a spouse-no-more.
At the time a significant other cheats, amongst other bad things…you don’t think about the light at the end of the tunnel. But damn, if it wasn’t for the money involved….I’d send both exes flowers and candy with a big Thank You card attached.
Raises hand quietly from the back of room….I know the answer to the last question!
I adore you!!!
And I adore you.