I’ve had this post written for a little while now (four months!) and was meant to post it couple of weeks ago. However, I’ve not had much time to write recently, so I’ve only written a few posts, and scheduled them to post accordingly, scattered over a period of weeks

But don’t worry, I’ll be back in the swing of things shortly!

Although I my posts are scheduled to post over seven days a week such as quotes, the rest, like Real Events, Things That Make You Go Hmm, etc, are only posted Monday to Friday. I’m sure my regular followers have probably noticed this. This is because I only have a small window in which to get a lot done.

Anyway, this particular post is about a feature length animated film called “Up“. I’d never seen it before and *Steve insisted I watch it, so I did.

I must say, it did make me cry. It was a sad, but beautiful film about love (for those who have not seen it) between the two main characters Carl and Ellie. By the end of it, I definitely needed to use a whole box of tissues! And it was at that moment Steve said:

“That’s you and me. We’re going to grow old together. I’m never letting you go.”


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It was one of the sweetest things he’d ever said to me. He went on to say that he’d never be with anyone else, and that he would never remarry because his heart would be too broken, and it would never heal if we ever parted.

Of course it was all bullshit, and no doubt he will continue to use these lines – just like I’m sure he does with the Chuck Norris ‘jokes’ about being the love of his life, how he’s quitting smoking, etc.

With a narcissistic sociopath, the the story, cycle, pattern or person will never change – The only thing that does, is the unsuspecting victims who believe they are the only ones the narcissist has ever said these things to.

And unfortunately, one will never know until it’s too late.

5 thoughts on ““Up”

  1. I always wonder if the ‘in jokes’ I’ve shared with previous narcs and ‘paths are just recycled ones from previous relationships, or will be used again in future ones. No point in negating yourself any further in your emotions – you’ll have already been through enough of those; just shrug and move on. I downgrade their nickname, to a generic one which I give all my ex’s. (They’ve got to be something pretty special to keep their nickname once the relationship is over) Then I (very immaturely) make a point of using it, so they know. Really, really pissed one of them. It really tickled me to see how miffed he was at knowing he’d been added to a collection, rather than ‘standing out’. It might be childish, but hey, we all need to keep our inner child, right? 😉


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