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Unnecessary Generosity

  1. Unnecessary Generosity – When a narcissist can be recognized or admired for their generosity, they can be very lavish with gifting. This is usually done at random times so as to draw even greater amounts of attention. The recipient children in turn feed the EN’s ego with gratitude and feel a sense of obligation to be on the EN’s side. However, once the devotion has dried up, the EN becomes angry and sometimes takes the gift back. The EN will say, “The child never thanked me,” even when they did. This statement is said to elicit more praise, adoration, and keep the child committed to the EN.

https://pro.psychcentral.com/exhausted-woman/2016/05/7-ways-ex-narcissists-retaliate-through-children/#.WQYQK9sH1Iw.wordpress

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