“Why Did He Choose Her and not ME?”- The Psychopath’s Discard and the New Victim

“They are they able to switch gears and begin to look at their involvement in the relationship and what made them vulnerable to a psychopath or narcissist in the first place.”


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Source: “Why Did He Choose Her and not ME?”- The Psychopath’s Discard and the New Victim

Survivors begin to move forward when they understand and finally accept that their ex partner was disordered. It’s at this point that they are they able to switch gears and begin to look at their involvement in the relationship and what made them vulnerable to a psychopath or narcissist in the first place.

She will have her own lessons to learn,  just as you are learning them now.

I wish you peace.

Cryominute says~ My entries on my wordpress called “Love Bombers”

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Definition of Ninnyhammer

A fool or a silly person.
Analysis: The word “fool,” unless you’re Mr. T, is sometimes woefully inadequate to express the stupidity of the person you’re talking about. So use Ninnyhammer. Or at least ‘Ninny’.

“Love Bombers”

Enchanting Bow After The Rain


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R A I N B O W

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Always keep looking up, or you might miss it. On the other hand occasionally look down so you don’t trip up Winking smile

Remember the rainbow, not the storm.

Your reality is how you perceive the illusion of it.

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“When experiencing profound love, but unable to change for the better, losing this love can repair another.

To quote Carol Burnett, ‘You have to love someone enough to let them hate you.’

Sometimes we must leave abusers to teach them love after first letting them experience

it, if love by itself is not enough. The loss of it can be profound.”

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http://www.tokenrock.com/blogs/once-broken-repair-is-a-long-hard-climb-1232.html

Holding On to That Limb


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“Some people are simply that way; they won’t let go of the branch, till they have a firm grip on the next.
Yep, some people, are like monkey’s on a tree. They hold on to that limb for dear life. They only let go when they are positive someone else is waiting to pick them up.”

The Ties That Bind – Releasing Toxic Relationships : In5D Esoteric, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Database


In the Art of Bushido a true “warrior” is asked to find Gratitude when a weakness is exposed, as it gives them an Opportunity to reinforce their armor, if you will. A toxic relationship is where we find the same kind of opportunity for Gratitude and Growth. But we must remove our own energy from the energy of the poisonous interaction, and change it, in order to release the ties that bind.

via The Ties That Bind – Releasing Toxic Relationships : In5D Esoteric, Metaphysical, and Spiritual Database.

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Relationship Boomerang: Why It’s Hard to Get Rid of a Psychopath | Psychopathyawareness’s Blog


I told him I had his number and that I was tired of his calls and promises that never came to fruition.

He had no money for me on the outstanding loan he still owes me.

He had NO effect on me whatsoever.

I changed my number

via Relationship Boomerang: Why It’s Hard to Get Rid of a Psychopath | Psychopathyawareness’s Blog.

Because You’re So Special


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Because you’re so SPECIAL…
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You two have a “connection,” a rapport that he didn’t have with his ex. You have more things in common, similar personalities.

He’s pointed out all the ways that you two are so alike

– it’s just uncanny.

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Because You’re So Special