If you saw someone walking down the street and you knew that they would run into a mugger if they went two blocks further, wouldn’t you try to warn them? And on that same note, if you just got out of a relationship with a narcissist, wouldn’t you be sort of obligated to warn his or her new source of narcissistic supply about what they were getting themselves into?
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I am sure most of us have had the same thought when the narcissist in our lives found their new supply.
Doesn’t someone need to tell them what they are getting into before they get into it?
But in most cases, we don’t bother – because we know it’ll do no good. Triangulation and the narcissist’s ability to make things our fault usually stops us.
Since I have a platform, I decided that putting it on my website would be a way for me to say what I wanted to say and if she ever finds it she will know why I did it the way I did. So now, at least my conscience is clear: she can read it if she wants to know.
Want a look into how I decided to handle the need to let her know? You can check out my letter to her here: To the new supply of my narcissistic nightmare. (Fair warning: See what Angie says about trying to warn the new supply before you try it.)