Being DISCARDED by a Psychopath Narcissist FEELS like DEATH

Psychopath narcissists love torturing you while they’re a part of your life but even when they’re gone, their poison is still left inside of you, crawling thru your mind like a cancer, warping your every thought and making even the simplest of tasks a nightmare to accomplish.

To the psychopath narcissist, you are just another victim left to decay after being sucked dry of your life force; much like a vampire will leave their prey to rot after feeding on their blood.

Narcissists are predators that feed on your energy, rape your mind and steal your soul. While you are in a relationship with them, you are slowly being poison dripped, gradually molded and groomed into a state of complete hypnosis where you can’t even realize the harm being done to you.

The person you thought you knew and loved is really a cold blooded snake that has been preying on you from the moment they crawled into your bed.

The job they’ve done to you has been perfectly devised and planned since Day One. It takes time to orchestrate the masquerade these narcissists and psychopaths devise. The programming done to your brain is carefully planned and executed with precision over the long haul of your relationship with the narcissist.

This is why when the narcissist’s mask falls off, and you see them for what they really are, your body and mind go into shock and you start experiencing severe anxiety and panic attacks.

Imagine someone told you at age 30 that your mother was not really your mother, but a SPY from another country and all the memories you had with her as a child growing up were staged.

The woman you trusted and loved was not even related to you and now that she has been exposed as a spy, she has vanished from your life.

You are left all alone with nothing but unanswered questions, false memories that haunt you, rage for the lie you believed for years, and no way to get back at them because they have ghosted you.

That’s the level of mind fvkery you experience after you’ve been discarded by a psychopath narcissist. Your brain cannot sustain itself and it almost short circuits. Since nothing makes sense anymore, you go into a state of panic and the darkest abyss depression you will ever know.

A Narcissistic Discard FEELS as if You’ve been Kissed by DEATH Herself.

Being discarded by a narcissist or psychopath has it’s upsides. After all, it means you are no longer in a relationship with the narcissist and no longer living underneath their shadow of deceit.

Unfortunately, the psychopath narcissist has planned to discard you in such a way and at the precise time when you will feel it the most.

Do not expect a healthy breakup nor a rational conversation from your narcissist ex. You will NOT get any apologies, sorrow, makeup sex, or any type of empathy from them. It is OVER and you feel it in every inch of your body and depths of your subconscious.

When you are discarded by a psychopath narcissist, it will be done in the most savage, cruelest and heartless way possible. And since you’ve been under their charm and evil spell for such a long time, you won’t even have the strength to fight back.

They leave you in a state of utter decay and you become a vegetable, unable to entertain or accomplish even the most minute of tasks.

Getting up in the morning to go to work becomes impossible as you will be bed ridden with panic attacks and a level of anxiety that your bosses and co-workers will not understand.

It is truly a Hell on Earth experience for victims of a narcissistic discard.


Narcissist abuse is a perpetual nightmare not many can wake up from. The anxiety, trauma and PTSD can last a lifetime if one does not properly cut ties with their psychopathic tormentor and follow through with a specific plan for recovery.

However, this path can be a mystery to most victims of narcissists who’ve been discarded and dismantled. That’s why I’ve put together a step-by-step guide that will show you how to take the first step in establishing boundaries between you and your abuser. Study this guide carefully and do exactly what it says, especially if you have been recently discarded and left to rot by your narcissist ex.

These were the first instructions my mentor gave me back when I too was in hell; gasping for air from the suffocating panic and bed ridden anxiety my psychopath ex had left me in. I followed his guidance to the tee and instantly felt life breathing back into my soul… as will YOU when you follow these easy steps.

The information in this guide is crucial to your mental health and recovery. Do not hesitate or risk another minute of your life drifting into oblivion at the hands of a psychopath narcissist.

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4 Replies to “Being DISCARDED by a Psychopath Narcissist FEELS like DEATH”

    1. I’m sure some things are starting to become clearer now aren’t they? It’s kinda scary when the brain realizes what has really been going on all this time.

    2. 19 years of a narcissist’s abuse? How can that be possible?

      I met someone last July 2019 and we kept a relationship based exclusively on his terms. We live in different cities and I was the one taking the train to spend the weekends at his newly acquired home. He kept promising he will come my way but that never happened. Silly me, right?

      So we met for a few weekends, and we basically did what was on his agenda, I mean, staying at the house, looking after family members, and having sex. Yes, his house was a little jail for me but I conformed, didn’t speak up, although inside me there was this sadness I could not share and that reflected how miserable I was with him.

      Our relationship (an empty one devoid of empathy and reciprocity) ended one week ago (January 31, 2020). We were planning to meet during the weekend, however I insisted early on the week on Monday that I needed to confirm dates and time with him at least a week ahead because I am also a PhD student and I have plenty of work to do.

      He could not give me an answer. I insisted ( please let me know when it is good for you … Saturday or Sunday…and what time). As simple as that. I waited for his answer all day Monday and Tuesday, and then I went crazy. How can he do this to me? It is me who is going out of my way to meet him and he can’t even call me with a confirmed date and time. That was just too much for me. I guess there were red flags as well that kept coming up and I somehow ignored, and the fact that he answered to my needs with a “call you later” and kept me hanging….did it for me. Enough. I replied: you don’t have to call me. We are good.

      I blocked him. He is gone.

      Yes. This is the first time I encounter a narcissist as a lover and believe me, I have learned a lot. This person tried to make me believe I was stupid and that I lived to serve him. My advice to you is: RUN!

      1. That was an incredible story and demonstration of your strength. Once you realized what was happening… you did what had to be done. You BLOCKED him. That’s the first step. No Contact is the first step to recovery from a narcissist because it allows us to attend to the wound and stop the bleeding. We can’t get better as long as that toxic narcissistic energy continues to pour in everyday.

        However, most victims can never even get passed the first step only because us humans have this thing called ’empathy’ and we can’t even conceive turning our back on our partners like that cold turkey. Some of us just can’t go on not knowing what our psychopath tormentors are doing once we’re no longer in the relationship and end up falling for their traps. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Taking the first step and sticking to it paves the way for true recovery and it makes me happy to hear that you’ve taken that first step of no contact. Beware of your psychopath ex boyfriend randomly calling or texting you from another number or on social media. Be sure to block all those avenues as well and be ready for his calculated return. Don’t let him back in. He was only using you for narcissistic supply which from your description sounded like sex and care taking of his family members. RUN is correct! Running from a psychopath narcissist is NOT cowardly. It’s actually empowering when we come to terms and ACCEPT that we were in a relationship with a narcissist monster and that the longer we stayed, the longer they would drain us of our energy and soul.

        I am very passionate about this topic after what I went through and learned along my journey out of hell. Thank you so much for sharing your experience with us. I know it’s going to inspire lots of readers in our growing anti-narcissist army.

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