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The one thing these people have in common is they all idolize, look up to and believe everything the Narcissist tells them.The moment these people question, doubt or disagree with the Narc, they are no longer of use to him and no longer a source of supply.When the child is on the verge of adulthood and learning to spread their wings, there will likely be conflict between Narc parent and child. Nothing they do or say will be good enough for their Narc father.If the child (now a young adult) is not available to serve the Narc parent immediately upon request, they are subject to abuse.It is fair to say, a Narc parent is than a regular parent, to use parental alienation as a method to retaliate.What begins as possessive and nonstop attention from the father inevitably turns to rejection as the children enter adulthood.They may even go so far as to pretend the son isn’t attending college.
So what begins as a type of possession can escalate into a destructive pattern of parental alienation.
He requires his children to worship him.” During a divorce, co-parenting with a narcissist can be dangerous.
They will go to great lengths to possess the children.
Surely, if the son had chosen pre-law for his studies, the Narc would be bragging about it. “My friend’s daughter had the ‘pleasure’ of running into one of her father’s long-time friends. When she explained that she hadn’t dropped out and was attending night classes, he responded that the classes weren’t ‘real’.
Interestingly, her father had said the same to her not more than a week prior.
Narcissism is a term that originated with Narcissus in Greek Mythology who fell in love with his own image reflected in a pool of water.