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Re: Narcissistic Mother of my Grandchildren

Posted by NanaS on March 3, 2006, at 8:41:21

In reply to Re: Narcissistic Mother of my Grandchildren, posted by madeline on March 2, 2006, at 17:49:06

> welcome to babble NanaS.
> Why do you think your daughter in law is a narcissist?

She meets all the criteria. See
Both of her pregnancies were her decision alone.
When son questioned, her reply "oh, I quit taking the pill a few months ago" Like he was just the sperm donor

They purchased a home. She put papers in her name only, but used his income to help qualify, also taking all of his pay for "the bills" she had two vehicle payments ( his vehicle paid-off),
the house ( in her name only), her cell phone, etc.
She started demanding he get better paying jobs.
He wound up being self-employed, she promised to save part of money he gave her to pay taxes. When it came time to pay taxes, she told him it was "his Problem"
Son had no medical insurance - needed surgery. She works at small clinic - son went there as part of "family benefit" They're inept physicians, clinic and related hospital have a questionable reputation in this area, for many years.
Son got job where he could get medical benefits after 3 months - was in extreme pain for about 6 months. Come to find out he had to have a skin cancer removed. She "kicked him out" when she realized that it would cost money to tend to his medical needs. (out of pocket to her)
She found out that he had received a little inheritance money-asked him to move back in-spent the money, started badgering him for more.
The only medical attention the kids get is at her clinic. This winter alone, they have been on antibiotics 6 times each. The only antibiotic she will get for them is amoxycillin, because it is the "cheapest"
I kept the oldest during day for 16 months. Would keep both whenever asked and over-night.No $$ in it for me, just keep supplies here for kids. Since I wasn't working outside the home so I could have the time with grandkids, she agreed to keep me supplied in diapers, etc. That dwindled to nothing, but I didn't complain. She'd pay for dinner once in a while, telling me "it was the least she could do, seeing how much I was doing" Then complaing "why do I always have to pay for dinner?" A few times she would "forget her checkbook" and not have any cash, I would pay. I quit accepting her invitation to "take me out" for a meal.
The list goes on!




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