In His Words: My Poisonous Relationship – a story of betrayal and death

Here’s proof women can be narcissists also. Never under estimate the depth of evil that lurk behind the mask.

Let Me Reach with Kim Saeed

Cross Bones

 By ~ Anonymous

I lay on the bed.  It was about to happen again.  I had a sick sensation beginning from my torso and upward.  The sensation coursed up and slowly to my head every time – following the hallucinations.

I had lost over twenty pounds in two weeks and the doctors could find nothing wrong.  I would become violently sick at times, only to lie in bed and hallucinate other times.  Still no diagnosis.  The high-priced antibiotics did nothing for my condition.  They suspected food poisoning, but food poisoning does not last for four months.  However, other poisoning can…such as a slow and deliberate poisoning.

As I lay in bed, I could hear my then- wife speaking with someone on the phone.  She sounded angry.  And she should’ve been angry with me for being this sick (this is genuinely what I thought at the time).  She would occasionally…

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5 thoughts on “In His Words: My Poisonous Relationship – a story of betrayal and death

  1. These are some truly scary situations. Shatters everything you think you know about people. Stunned by how closely “fictional” books and movies mirror this reality, and, even more frightening, what they miss. BTW… Sent you an email. Just letting you know in case you don’t check the address that often, or in case the spam monster got hungry. Please let me know! (And keep being awesome!)

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    • NiceguyEddie, thank you for your comment. Part of the problem, the reason they are able to leave a life long trail of destruction in their wake is because society thinks it only happens in the movies. it is so bizarre and evil that even when the victim tells someone they are often not believed so they stop saying anything and then the Narc goes on such a smear campaign that no one believes the victim. That is why I will speak out until the day I die, getting the word out there is the only way to ever hope of ending domestic abuse.
      Yes I got your email and responded thank you! I guess we will be talking, looking forward to it.
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. It is unfortunate that my ex-narcissist discarded me for my long time “friend” named Carrie. A name I have come to loathe along with the ex. But after reading and being plugged into your blog – I really admire you Carrie Reimer. Your information and raw gut instincts have saved my life and my core of sanity. I am one of those people up at 3 a.m. trying to make sense of hell and blame and shame and betrayal and cheating and finally discarded like trash. I have encouraged my therapist to read your information in order to help others floundering in trying to figure out what just happened to them. How could we want and yearn to believe the lies and have trust in them. Sick sick sick. It makes getting healthy all the more sweet! Thank you!

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    • Lavonne, thank you so much for your kind words. I am so glad I have been able to help you in some way. Please tell me your ex was not named James! It seems that about 75% of narcissist have that name. I used to love that name but now every time I hear it a cringe so I totally understand.
      Thank you for sharing, it makes all my efforts worth while to hear I am helping people.
      Be safe and happy, there is life and laughter after a narcissist!
      Hugs
      Carrie

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