The Stalking Narcissist.

Is the narcissist watching you?

If you’re being stalked always call the police.

Stalking is the willful harassment of another person, from repeatedly turning up at your home, bombarding you with messages or calls, getting friends and family to do so, turning up unexpectedly where you are, frequently driving past you, even moving across the road and sending you messages of what you are dressed in. Approaching you, harming pets, stalking your children, calling your boss to make false accusations, sending threatening or sexual letters, any letters or messages, emails or gifts. They can guilt-trip you with I’m sick messages to play on our empathy, they can threaten to tell our insecurities to make us feel shame, and they can and will make up blatant lies to say to friends, family and work colleagues etc.

Stalking is when the narcissist is trying to intimidate you and restrict your freedom to keep control over you. Stalking often causes emotional and psychological harm in the target, you usually ends up living in some state of fear.

Those who continually stalk most often do suffer from some form of personality disorder. Not all narcissists stalk, some are too lazy. However, a lot will.

Narcissists have the personality trait of feeling like they are entitled, preoccupied with power and success often includes in relationships, they have the arrogance that they can do as they please, will exploit others to get their needs met. They lack the emotional empathy to care for what pain they cause their target. They don’t have the respect to care for another’s boundaries, and their minds can be set on. “What’s mine is mine.” Narcissists often view people as objects, and if they want it, they believe they should have it. If they are envious of another, which is another trait of the disorder, they can go all out to destroy someone.

Most abusers who are stalkers often have substance abuse, and will be addicts, to at least one of the following, drugs, alcohol, gambling, porn, addicted to people, addicted to having the best of whatever they can and extremely jealous when someone has better.

Being stalked by a narcissist can bring on an extreme level of anxieties when our anxieties are already at a high from the abuse, it’s natural for our brain to want to protect ourselves from danger, unfortunately sometimes this can work against us as we can then exaggerate the threat within our own mind, making our anxieties worse.

We can become fearful of an online friend request, going out in case they turn up, gangstalking is another genuine issues when dealing with certain narcissists. This is also on different levels depending on the narcissist you’re dealing with.

It can become difficult to know who to trust, anyone you suspect, tell them a different story about yourself and see which one the narcissist finds out about.

Stalking is serious, and you need to stay safe, trying to talk with others who understand, to give you the correct perspective, while staying safe.

Some of us can also try to minimise it and not take it seriously, this is ok, so long as we also stay vigilant and safe.

Stalking is against the law, however getting the evidence for law enforcement to do something is tricky, so save any message you get from the narcissist, from their friends and from their family, take photos when they come to your house or do a drive-by, and call the police every time, every time, each and every time, you can feel silly, you can question yourself, ( well I did.) I had a judge ask why I hadn’t, called the police more, and instructed me to do so as soon as I got home, in front of the narcissist. So still call the police each and every time. You need to build up the evidence so they can take action required.

Narcissists will smear your name to all others about just how crazy you are, so when you tell them you’re being stalked, they don’t believe you. Talk with good people, keep telling authorities, some hear you the first time, others it takes a while.

Narcissists can be stalking your social media, setting up fake accounts to do so. ( if you’ve checked on theirs as you want closure, it happens to the best of us, but do work on stopping now, not all, but a few do this it is normal if you are one of them, as you just want answers, some even check out the new partner, this isn’t done with malicious intent often just curiosity, again if you did, you’re not alone, some do some don’t.) a narcissist stalks with malicious intentions.

Stalking can often end in violence so keep yourself safe, make sure the narcissist hasn’t put a tracker on your phone, even better get a new phone, same for tracking devices in your car, keep your phone charged up and on you at all times, stay vigilant.

Don’t worry about hurting their feelings if they are trying to guilt-trip you with pity plays, call authorities depending on what they are saying, so they are ok, yet step away, keep your boundaries high.

Make sure all you’re location settings on apps are turned off, do not allow any apps to show your location, so a narcissist can not track you.

If you can change days/times you go out, become unpredictable, or on that drive to work sometimes set off a lot earlier but not always, try to take different routes, ask a colleague to walk to the car with you.

Don’t warn them you’ll call the police, just call the police. So many of us like to do this in the hope they’ll stop, this usually makes them carry on as they believe we questioned their entitlement.

Keep you home locked, including windows.

Block the narcissist on everything you can, block all their flying monkeys, don’t let them know anything about your life. Keep your phone charged, make sure there is no tracking device and report every single incident to the authorities, keep doors locked, know a safe place to get to, again call authorities over anything no matter how small. Also, once those steps are in place, and you know what to do, don’t focus on it, live and enjoy your life. Do the things you enjoy doing, stalking is serious, yet try to keep smiling, keep on laughing.

It’s scary being stalked, but you can still live while keeping yourself safe.

https://www.supportline.org.uk/problems/stalking-and-harassment/

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Stalking.

The Narcissists Stare.

The narcissists’ stare.

When you first meet them, in the love-bombing stage of the relationship you may believe they have the most loving and caring eyes, their gaze into your eyes is often mistaken as intense or feeling of nervousness as they gaze into yours asking all about your likes and dislikes so they can match these and mirror you, to reflect back exactly what you want to hear, if you want to get married, they’ll want to get married, if you like the movies, they’ll like the movies, they get to know your dreams, and they claim they want them to, we don’t recognise their gaze into our eyes is making us feel uncomfortable because they’re manipulating us.

They mirror how people act and behave, but if you pay close attention to their eyes, they can not fake how their eyes look, how they truly feel, or how their eyes make us feel, unfortunately when we are unaware we often mistake our feelings of unease around them as nerves.

In the Idealisation, they have a way to hold your gaze and mirror it by using actions and words. We mistake the creepiness as intensity, often creating a deep connection.

Yet after a while, a narcissist can no longer maintain their Admiration face. There envious face comes to the surface and their eyes begin to change.

In the devaluation when they are shaming you they can look at you with contempt as though we are worthless or beneath them, as they are shaming us we can feel like we are worthless and mistake there contempt as pity, believing they care and want the best for us, especially with their gaslighting words of “Do you think you should do that.” So we doubt ourselves and not the narcissist.

When you ask them a simple question, they can look at you with hostility, that once seemingly caring person suddenly becomes unfriendly and unapproachable as they devalue you through many intimidating methods, trying to communicate with them can leave you walking on eggshells in fear of them.

When you question them about something, with evidence, of things they actually did do, their eyes can seemingly turn black and cold as they look at you with malice as they feel threatened that fear they might be exposed, often why they try to provoke you into reacting so, they can convince you that your reactions to their actions are the problem when it’s their actions that are the problem.

When they look at you with extreme hate, often because they feel entitled and superior so when things don’t go their way, they can feel intense rage and anger, their look of pure hatred is something out of this world, and it chills you.

Sometimes when you look closely into their eyes there seems to be nothing there, they have an empty gaze, or a strange stare, that chilling look they give you, that chills the entire room, and your soul. If you carefully look into their eyes, there is a kind of void in there, that before you know and understand it, you put it down to someone who’s just going through some stuff, yet deep down, there isn’t anything truly there, other than hatred, anger and Envy.

When they’ve caused you so much pain, when you’re heartbroken, a narcissist will sit and watch you cry with a glint in their eye no remorse for the pain they’ve caused you, instead they blame you for feeling how you do, a narcissist is never wrong and doesn’t see themselves as the problem. If you see them during the smear campaign, they can have that glint in their eye with the smirk on their face. That duper’s delight, as they’re manipulating those around you to question your character or reputation and the narcissist believes they’re a getting away with their behaviour.

As you get further into the relationship, you notice just how empty their eyes are, yet with the games they play, you can not work it out, you don’t see it for what they indeed are, until your out, and work it all out. Then you understand what your instincts were trying to tell you at the time.

The saying that people’s eyes are the window to the soul, which in one way means eyes are the window to someone’s true intentions or true emotional state of mind, whatever emotions they are feeling you are seeing within their eyes, that blank stare is when they feel nothing, empty, that intense stare in the love bombing is the duper’s delight as they’re manipulating, that contempt, is because they believe they’re better than others, the malicious stare is their anger, their hatred with a passion as they seek revenge as they believe you’ve scorned them they believe within themselves that you deserved whatever horrific thing it is they did to you.

When a narcissist feels threatened in some way, fear of exposure, fear of failure, fear of abandonment, their pupils can dilate as a natural reaction to the fact they feel threatened, that with their anger and rage can be an extremely scary and intimidating look, as there seems to be nothing there, it can be hard to feel empathy when you’re afraid. Therefor a narcissist who feels threatened is angry and lacks empathy is someone you need to move away from safely.

Their stare of pure hatred at the time it is exceptionally unsettling and frightening, it’s incredibly unnatural, and like the person, you believed them to be has vanished. You’re left with that body, and a person you simply do not know, as they’re emotional state has gone to pure hatred.

That’s because the person you thought they were was you, they were simply mirroring your dreams, hobbies, passions, likes and dislikes, then selling them back to you as though they wanted them to, then when their admiration face slips their envious face appears revealing who they indeed are.

The narcissists smirk.

The narcissists eyes.

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The Narcissists Passive-Aggressive Sulk.

Why do some narcissists sulk?

Some people can be negative. Life gets hard at times. Some people can sulk, most people don’t like not getting what they want, we just learn to grow and handle the things life throws our way.

A narcissist, however, has lots of passive-aggressive behaviours. Overt and covert narcissists can use sulking as a method of manipulating others. It’s a form of passive-aggressive behaviour which is when the narcissist is being indirectly aggressive with manipulative techniques such as acting stubborn, silent treatments, sulking, neglect, forgetfulness, procrastination. Loyal people with morals can do these things, with genuine people it’s often because they are hurting, or self-doubting, with a narcissist it can be because they feel criticised or threatened it’s also used to punish someone, to take someone down, to gain control back over situations, to get their own way.

I’m all for second chances, but when people keep taking advantage of those second chance, that second chance must be their last chance.

The narcissist personality disorder is on a spectrum. Not all narcissists will sulk, not all use physical violence, not all use verbal abuse, not all use the silent treatment, not all plot your downfall with some it’s just instinctively programmed within them, some will do that Stare, some pitty play, some use all of the above. There are those narcissists that love to play the incredibly sulk. Most may do it from time to time. Some do it a lot.

The sulk is usually a form of the narcissists’ silent treatment, the present silent treatment, the one where they stick around to do it. Some narcissists often take flight for silent treatment often with a new partner you don’t know about, returning when the new isn’t meeting the entitled narcissist’s needs. They’ll disappear to get you ruminating, lost in your own thoughts. So you give chase bombarding them with messages trying to reach out to them.

Then there is the silent treatment, where they stick around just to watch you squirm. They give you the cold shoulder and stick around. Many narcissists can sulk with everybody at the same time. They can fall out with children, parents, friends, work colleagues, waiting for everyone to step up one by one and apologise to the narcissist, usually guilt-tripping people into feeling sorry for them, wanting to reach out and help them.

When they are sulking they are often full of self-pity, resentment towards those around them, as they believe all others are responsible for how they feel and see no wrongdoing within their own actions, why they wait for those around them to make it up to them, they will often stare blankly, if you try to reach out to them, they will can ignore you all the more, shrug their shoulders, you reaching out is feeding them attention, sometimes it’s best not to wonder what’s happening, recognise they’re sulking and leave them to it. The narcissists sulking can last days, even though they’re not responding to you, they want you to keep trying, trying to help, trying to fix, asking what’s wrong and what we can do to help them, some will use this to explode at us, then blame us for trying to cheer them up, it’s difficult as most people don’t want to see others hurting, but we do have to respect the wishes of those around us, with a narcissist, this is the double bind, the catch 22 of not being able to do right for doing wrong, this can be quite the task if we pamper when they sulk, they may rage, yet if we leave them be, they will blame it on the fact we didn’t pamper to their demands, there is no pleasing a narcissist long term, theres no getting it right, there’s no winning, only pain, they just leave those around them walking on eggshells, full of self-doubts and In pain, there’s only walking away and no longer playing there games.

They can involve everyone in the incredibly sulk, as they want everyone to panda to them and make them feel better, to gain as much attention as possible, so if one person gets fed up of them, they have plenty more people to gain attention from.

As part of the disorder is an entitlement, they believe that those around them and even the world owes them something and when they resort to the incredibly sulk, this is because those needs are not been met. All those around them are failing at keeping the narcissist happy, with their negativity a narcissist can struggle to keep themselves happy, with their envy no matter what they have, they’re always see more.

They may stop going to activities. They may be unable to eat. All pity plays to get others to feel sorry for them. As they have the cognitive empathy to see how they make others feel, as part of their disorder is their requirements of excessive attention, they will go to extreme lengths to get the attention they believe they are entitled to. They will use our empathy against us to make us feel guilty and exploit us into doing what they want with their many manipulative mind games.

They will lay for hours on the bed, staring into space or the tv, sit for hrs in front of the tv, at the floor, out of a window, if you invite family or friends around, they will continue to do so, often so you don’t invite people over, so we then without even knowing it, slowly isolate ourselves from those around us that do love and care for us, when we do invite people over the narcissist sits looking and acting rude, or will suddenly act like all is ok, to leave us questioning ourselves.

They may miss work for a few days or a week, or claim they’re unable to work.

The narcissist that sulks while other are present usually feels like they’ve been criticised in some way, they will also do this if they’re not the centre of attention as part of the disorder is they feel jealous and envious of those around them. They believe they are special and superior to others, so when they feel envious of those around them, they might go into the incredible sulk to pull the data back on them.

No one sulks grander than a narcissist not getting their own way.

If we’ve criticised the narcissist in some way, often without meaning to, never fully knowing what we did, sometimes we’ve not done anything it’s the trait of the narcissism envy coming out to play if we’re doing something they want to do. If we have some form of success, have got a new job or pay rise, get a new car, they don’t want to see others do well, they want to see others fail, to make themselves feel better, so to get the limelight back on them, steal the show, make us feel bad, they’ll go all out to sulk and ruin any good news of ours.

They can be sulking as they believe that life and those around them are being treated better than they are, that everyone gets a break in life except them, they don’t see that others put time and effort in to achieve, they just find a way of how society has let them down. They have that sense of self-entitlement and a belief that they deserve whatever they want without putting any time or effort into achieving, they are always looking for the quick win and to exploit those around them. Through manipulation to get their own needs met.

The only way to stop and narcissist pulling the incredible sulk is to ignore them entirely about the sulking, treat them like normal and get everyone around you to do the same. With a narcissist, the incredible sulk isn’t because they’re depressed, with someone who’s depressed you often have some idea of why they are struggling, with a narcissist we look to work out why they are sulking. Within a narcissist, it’s to get soul attention from those around them.

If your worried about someone that hurts you, call their friends and family to help.

The incredible sulk is used for attention-seeking. Don’t bother asking what is wrong, they don’t want to tell you, and they’ll only make something up, leave them to sulk until they slowly emerge back out of it.

Or use this opportunity to get out safely. Remember it’s on a spectrum, some are dangerous, always stay safe.

How do you get a narcissist to leave you alone?

1. No contact.

The narcissist personality disorder is on a spectrum, so with some, the only way is to go no contact, move miles away from them, change phone numbers, email addresses, social media accounts, be extremely careful what friends and family you tell, as some may be the narcissists enables.

2. No reaction.

Some narcissists are less extreme and extremely lazy, so after one or two attempts to get at you, with them getting nothing back from you, they will leave you alone.

3. No Reaction.

Some you can stay put and go no contact, Others you must get away from, blocking them and all their friends and family from social media, and your phone, email address. Even your eBay and YouTube as some have been known to try and contact through these platforms, and some have been known to transfer small amounts of cash into bank accounts along with some random message.

4. Level up / Grey Rock.

If you have children grey rock and level up. Or if it would mean cutting off good family members, again still block them and their flying monkeys on everything. And only leave online communication open, set up a separate email address, or have a cheap second phone with new sim / new number, that is only used for communication between the two of you, so you only look when needed and prepared and also so you can keep everything in writing for further evidence.

With grey rock, it’s.

Limited communication.

Business like responses.

Need to know communication only.

No reactions, retreat, rethink and only respond if you need to do so.

Be boring.

Don’t ask about them, don’t tell about you.

One word answers.

Straight face.

No emotion.

Practice until you get it.

Feel free to let any emotions out when they are not around.

With level up,

Limited contact.

Compliment them when they are being helpful.

Don’t say no just because they were awkward the week before. Only say no, if saying yes doesn’t work for you.

Stick to your boundaries.

Know who you are so well, and know about their disorder, so their toxic words no longer impact you.

Observe don’t absorb.

Be friendly ( not over helpful.) more be respectful when they are respectful of you.

With some, not all you can kill them with kindness, so long as you’re not triggered when you do so.

Use the term we or us in communication.

Don’t point out their mistakes, and those are for them.

When they do not compromise, let them know. “That’s for you, and you can keep your way. However mine is for me, so I’m keeping mine, we can either compromise or agree to disagree.”

When they start twisting things back to grey Rock.

Going no contact or grey rock, unfortunately for the other people often leads the narcissist to get attention elsewhere, remember they like positive attention but negative attention will do.

Some narcissists can be extremely persistent when they choose to be and can harm your anxiety healing and recovery no end by turning up somewhere unexpected. If they do this get restraining orders, non-molestation orders and protection orders may help. Still, some feel above these, reward their efforts of trying to get to you, by staying calm, not noticing them, no reaction and no emotion if they appear to chat to you, and your in public carry on doing whatever your doing, as soon as it’s safe to do so, call the police.

Eight characteristics of a covert narcissist.

Two sides to a narcissist after no contact.

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Elizabeth Shaw is not a Doctor or a therapist. She is a mother of five, a blogger, a survivor of narcissistic abuse, and a life coach, She always recommends you get the support you feel comfortable and happy with. Finding the right support for you. Elizabeth has partnered with BetterHelp (Sponsored.) where you will be matched with a licensed councillor, who specialises in recovery from this kind of abuse.

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The nine traits of NPD


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Mind Games.

The silent treatment.

Walking on eggshells.

The Narcissist’s Smirk.

A narcissists smirk is an almost irritating, arrogant, conceited, smug look. It’s an offensive smugness.

A smirk is when the narcissist is feeling smug, over the pain they have caused you, they’ve got a way with something they shouldn’t be doing, or they have great satisfaction in the fact they’ve done something others don’t know anything about. Which shows in one level they have an awareness of what they’re doing, whether that’s on a conscious level or subconscious, depends on the narcissist and what they’ve done.

People can smirk to deceive others, but also to protect themselves.

Just because someone is pulling this face, it doesn’t mean they are a narcissist, or that they are toxic, some people smirk when they are upset, or if they’re are feeling embarrassed or shy.

With a narcissist, the smirk is a malicious, unpleasant, mocking or even intimidating half-smile.

The smirk often forms at one side of the narcissist’s mouth as they feel contempt. The meaning of contempt is a despising or lack of respect, full disobedience, with an intense dislike. Narcissists feel contempt as they believe they are superior to all others and think they’re entitled to control and take advantage of others. They think if people aren’t doing what they want, that others are then worthless or beneath them, as a narcissist lacks in empathy, they have a complete disregard for how their actions might have affected those around them, only how the actions of others affect the narcissist themselves.

A smirk is also formed when a narcissist feels happiness and pleasure, in the pain or suffering of another.

The smirk is a microexpression which is an involuntary flash of what they feel on the inside showing for a moment On the outside. Through these microexpressions, people reveal what they are truly feeling. When toxic and not toxic people are feeling an emotion, they’re trying not to go show.

Top nine examples of when narcissistic people smirk at you. The smirk can last for a moment or a few minutes. Sometimes you just get a flash that makes you feel uneasy.

  • When they are purposely deceiving others and think that they are getting away with it. 
  • When they see your pain, either pain your suffering from external sources, when you’re telling them about something that’s happened to you, and for a second you see that smirk. Or it can be the pain they have caused you. The look makes you feel uncomfortable, yet you’re not sure why you feel uncomfortable.
  • When they then reject your thoughts, feelings or opinions when they’ve caused you to feel pain, hurt, anger, frustration through their manipulative games, actions or Conversations.
  • If you set boundaries and say no, you don’t give them what they want, so they punish you, through things like those silent treatments, so you’re upset, and they know you’re upset, they may smirk as they are pleased they’ve upset you.
  • If you ask them about something they’ve done to you, so they start Blame-shifting, gaslighting, projecting. their own insecurities and faults onto you, ” If you hadn’t.” ”You’re jealous.” as narcissists are incredibly envious of others. When you start to try and discuss or rationalise with them or start to get frustrated with them when people are provoking, it’s human nature to want to defend ourselves, they get pleasure out of the Confusion they cause within others minds, and you might catch a smirk.
  • When they are playing Mind games with you to manipulate you, or Gaslighting you, to distract you from the reality of their toxic behaviour, then when you’re left feeling confused or defensive, you might have seen that smirk. At the time not aware of what it’s about.
  • When they manage to provoke Reactions from you, so they can twist the story and blame everything on you.
  • When they think they have got one over on you, when they believe they have gotten away with their behaviour.
  • When they’ve dupped someone, duper’s delight when they believe they’ve got away with manipulating or exploiting someone.

For survivors feelings emotions such as Resentment, which is a normal emotion, especially after this kind of experience, resentment can cause people to smirk when they don’t want to show the resentment. Still, for a moment it appears on their face, survivors of narcissistic abuse can show the smirk especially when we realise just how unfairly the narcissist has treated us, feelings like jealousy again it’s a universal emotion, and these emotions are very valid feelings with how much a narcissist puts you through, lies to you and exploits you, then walks off with your life, your belongings, leaving you feeling crushed this can also cause feelings such as anger and resentment directed towards the narcissist who has the power to provoke you. When what most people are looking for is justice. While you are in recovery, you may feel resentment towards them, as they have devalued you into feeling as though you weren’t enough, and you are still putting yourself below them, you may feel shame, feel daft, stupid, and you might be after revenge for all they’ve done to you. Therefore when we she karma hit justice served, survivors can also pull the smirk. Having contempt towards someone who tried to destroy everything about who you are doesn’t make you a narcissist, it doesn’t make you toxic. It makes you human with emotions. Not all smirks have malicious intent. Some smirks are formed because when we see someone toxic, no longer getting away with their manipulative, toxic behaviour and justice being served. There is no wrong about being happy when justice is served, yet society makes many feel like they would need to hide it.

The narcissists smirk.

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