My abuser and his posse would like to think it’s no longer being with Vince that drives me to share my story in great detail. No, has nothing to do with being upset we are not together because none of what we had was real. I’m still trying to unravel what he has done to me. Trying to find a way to forgive myself. Vince is unable to care and his only effort since he damaged my brain and destroyed my inner ear has been to find a new romantic supplier. How a man can cause so much chaos in ones life and not assume any responsibility is what makes him who he is. My experience resonates most with victims of narcissistic abuse. While I am not qualified to diagnose him, my experience and the things he did to me fall in line with traits of a covert narcissist. I dare him to have a forensic psychologist interview both of us, look at everything and decide. I have PTSD and depression. Vince believes he’s perfect and that I am so in love with him that I can’t let him go. He made me out to be chasing him and initiating sex. He enjoyed humiliating me in court when he said he didn’t follow through with asking for a second hearing because he thought I got the message. Despite the audio he still believes he is a victim and his posse have bought it. They are in for a big surprise when they are subpoenaed to share what he’s told them. I can’t wait to subpoena leaders st Wells Fargo since he apparently told them I was unstable. Forgot to mention he assaulted me, lied to me and wanted me to kill myself to put him out of his misery. He’s a monster.


By Dr. Perry, PhD

Don’t be fooled by the title. There is nothing cute or innocent about this stealthy narcissist, also known as the covert narcissist. A covert narcissist is a narcissist who suffers from low self-esteem. He or she is seeking the same glory and power as the classic narcissist but does not possess the same outwardly bravado. They have all the attributes of an overt narcissist but hide behind many masks. In my clinical experience, those who permit a covert narcissist into their lives later spend years unraveling the chaos that has been spun around them. Unfortunately, the red flags are harder to spot than that of an overt narcissist. The easiest way to identify them is in close quarters when they are not pretending to be someone else. Here is a list of ways to identify a covert narcissist but please note that the list is not all-inclusive.

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