Yesterday, I was in a meeting, with a psychiatrist, a psych nurse and a legal person. There was a delay and legal person told how a nurse in England had killed 18 babies on a new born ward. The psychiatrist said “psychopath”. I looked up and said, definetly not a psychopath, She will be a malignant narcissist(MN). I Know what they are as I spent 6 years with one, and the last 12 months battling and hope one day my boys are safe.

A MN is an extreme form of psychopath Narcissist. Its like a disorder that completely takes over them and they become this evil pathological lier, that need the suffering of others to fell good about themselves. The suffering is like a drug to them and they become unwell when they don’t have a regular supply of suffering. There main goal is to have a partner that they can constantly mentally abuse and make there life hell until there children are old enough to suffer from the mental abuse and they virtually try to destroy there own childs minds to feed there own frail ego… There no real trouble even and you cant put up with them for long and you just move on like a girlfriend that doesn’t work out.

Except when there are kids involved and then you have to fight until the very end, while they try to destroy you and your reputation so they can abuse there own.  And its a non stop type abuse, with no happiness, just suffering from an early age.

Lucy will be the oldest sibling in the family, and through abuse from the same disorder in one of her parent she turned MN. I checked her images on google, she is one for sure, also I looked through some of her interviews she has done over the years and it confirmed it even more.  When the disorder takes over them, they stop all emotion and brain development and just stay the same. There more read expressions on faces and look for reactions from then on and don’t have an understanding of whats really going on. They just do what’s required so to best avoid detection and people seeing them as different

Whilst she is only a suspect, if the psych can understand MN, they should see straight through the lies and manipulation there about to be consumed by… First she will start off moving the blame to others, she will be avoidant of any questions that implicate her, she will be super confident at the start but once pressed on things she will not be able to answer, she will break down is to an academy award winning tear show(crocodile tears ). you will be sure she is innocent,

B            ut if you want to confirm that she is an MN, just try and get an answer that can have feeling or emotions in them, where the answer is not of very basic thought process that she would of be able to remember over the years. Like what do you think the parents would be feeling… it will be just sad or devastated,  and cant expand on these type of  words…She will try and run the conversation to avoid these areas and change the topic or deflect onto someone else.  Try and find an interest even she has, check the parent, one of them will have the exact disorder. And it will be the one that seems the normal one.. Keep pressing and within minutes they will go into a narcissistic rage and there whole life will start to unravel right in front of you as one lie after another

It would be common for the other parent to have various mental disorders, like depression etc, from going through the mental abuse, but they both wont be MN. Also if there is a younger sibling, they will have a heap of mental illness, none of them bad, and will be the nicest person you could ever meet.

They abuse the kids differently, the first is the golden child and will be dependant on the parent and personality will break, brainwashed with rubbish, bored with no activities and kinda reverse taught,  while the second is the scapegoat or the black sheep, and there just treated like scum there whole life and head so messed up that they provide a long lasting suffering for the parent to enjoy and even abused by the older sibling. They get it from birth and never know any different.. Its never violence as there totally a non-violent disorder.






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