narcissist adult daughters

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 12/17/2015

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Post partum depression could also be a cause.

Sarah - posted on 12/17/2015

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Susan you have raised her and been with her thru her whole life. If you don't know how she became so self centered then no one does. I am not saying you created this issue, but kids are a product of their parenting. I can't fathom my 16 yo even saying "well if my newborn can't figure out how to suckle, she will starve"
My firstborn had trouble with his latch due to an issue with his chin. I was bloody and sore. but,my mom was the one who taught me; you have to help him learn too. He knows to suck but he need help to learn to latch on. Arrogance and insensitivity is not inherent to our personalities.

Dove - posted on 12/17/2015

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She's an adult. Whether or not she seeks help is entirely up to her. The time for YOU to have any input would have been when she was a child... now her life is 100% her choice.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 12/15/2015

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Oh, here we go again.

As with any "narcissist" post, I will say this. At some point, you did something. It may not have been big to YOU, but to your daughter it was everything...

Sarah - posted on 12/15/2015

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I don't see your full name, and you've not told us anything about your daughters.

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