Narcissistic Mother’s Envy

My narcissistic mother believed herself to be superior to everyone else, especially me, her daughter. She started appraising me very early on and found me wanting. She picked away at my self confidence. Her tone of voice was demeaning. She never approved of me. I was beautiful, bright, talented and kindhearted girl. It did not matter. She was in competition with me from the beginning. My Narcissistic mother resented how much attention her husband, my father, gave me. As I grew older, she told lies about me, enunciating long lists of my many transgressions and cruelties. My narcissistic mom lied about me all of the time. She wished that I never existed. I was her immediate rival for dad’s attention and the entire world. In private my mothers humiliated, intimidated and terrorized me, seeking submission and blind obedience. I was psychologically immobilized and unable to activate my talents. To outshine my mother or “get ahead” of her activates her vengeful rage even to this day with no contact.

My Mother’s Envy
  • Physically attacking me when she saw my bikini.
  • Europe trip, dad was trying to buy my affection.
  • Make up, wouldn’t allow me to wear it, but I HAD to do hers.
  • Spent holiday’s with my ex.
  • I couldn’t even mention anything with my day after the divorce, as I chose to live with him.
  • Made it clear she wouldn’t be paying for my college, but prevented me from saving for it.
  • Tried to obstruct my financial aide and gain my trust fund.
  • Tried to isolate me by grounding me to the house for months.
  • Bitterly angry that friends would come to yard whilst I was grounded.
  • Buying matching clothes or taking mine.
  • Not allowing me to buy/wear something, but she buys and wears it.
  • My dog, Lobo. She hated that my dad bought him for me. Wouldn’t allow him in the house. Eventually poisoned him.
  • Insisted I was a spoiled brat.
  • Her dog Scarlett liked me best.
  • Resentful of me and dad getting along when she didn’t live with us.
  • She had a fit when I highlighted my hair.
  • Not allowed to be on the phone.
  • Not allowed to church or school dances.
  • Not allowed to date.
  • Wouldn’t allow modeling school.
  • Stopped ballet school when I got attention for the Nutcracker performance.

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