Narcissistic Twit

At least when I call someone out on their BS, I don’t call them names.

And if I do, it’s subtle, as if an impression. It’s vague. Clarification is needed. I have some decency even if I’m telling you something you don’t want to hear.

Two days ago, a long time online friend did not employ any subtlety. Because I didn’t entertain her knee-jerk reaction to a joke she took far too personally, she called me names.

Because I didn’t validate her in the exact way she saw worthy, she burned a bridge – completely.

Apparently I’m a narcissistic, self-aggrandizing twit.

Or not.

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  1. Jane says:

    If a friendship can’t stand some honesty and difference of opinion, you have likely done yourself a favor. Don’t sweat the small stuff. ❤

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    1. woundstofeel says:

      Exactly

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  2. I am sorry this happened. The only thing I can say is that sometimes when a bridge is burned , we see some other bridges with people on the other side that are waiting happily to meet us and will accept us for who we are.

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    1. woundstofeel says:

      Thank you, and it is true but lately there have been too many bridge burnings whether of my own doing or others. I will patiently wait for the time when I feel open enough to accept deep friendships again.

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  3. SaBiscuit says:

    You’re no narcissist. They’ll accuse you for certain as it’s how they avoid being called out. Great job sticking up for yourself.

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    1. woundstofeel says:

      Thank you! I appreciate that.

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