They never displayed any empathy.
They never asked about your feelings, sympathized with you, or cared.
Reacted to any form of criticism in an extreme way.
Narcissistic parent would scream at you and likely physically hurt you through smacking or some other method.
Children are like wet cement, whatever falls on them will make an impression. Stop Child abuse.
Scapegoating is a serious family dysfunctional problem with one member of the family being blamed for small things, picked on and constantly put down.
Narcissist have complete control over their child and will feel resentful, jealous if the child wants to break free from their clutches and create a life of their own.
I found not too many people understand the importance of psychological boundaries.
Especially for those who were abused for a long time, they lost the identity and fear of missing out or abandonment. This make them very valuable, either let others step over their boundaries and being controlled by others’ desire and need.
Or they become very controlling and want to step in other business. Always want to check and spy on their love ones, sadly, this unhealthy clinging scare people away.
How about you? Do you protect your psychological boundaries? Or let others violate according to their needs?