Have you ever truly forgotten someone’s birthday? Most of us have But didn’t wish someone a happy birthday on purpose? Is this a sick game?
not wishing someone a happy birthday especially if you are close friends. It can cause a person to have a heart attack. Of course, these will happen from time to time when we are busy in life. But can you do that with someone on purpose? *Gaws!*
Everyone loves their birthdays!
When the clock strikes midnight on our birthday We tend to look directly to our social media. Ready for a timeline message attack. private message and cute pictures dedicated to various friendships in our life Social media can have a bad reputation for certain things. But in terms of connecting with everyone we care about. It’s a great tool.
Part of the fun of celebrating birthdays are the messages I get from my friends and loved ones. And sometimes I have someone special in my life that I wait for a message from. What happens when it doesn’t arrive? It ruined my birthday quite frankly.
You might be reading this and wondering what the fuss is all about. If someone forgets your birthday, that’s okay, right? Yes and no. As for me, if the person I care about doesn’t remember my birthday. I’m not happy at all Maybe they’re not serious about their birthdays and that’s why, but I do, and I expect the same in return.[Read: 14 signs your best friend isn’t your best friend anymore]
If there’s a real reason, like having family issues or being sick, okay, I’ll take it, but only because of scattered thoughts. or not caring enough was forced to think My deep relationship with that person
because I will not forget them
What if the person you care about doesn’t wish you a happy birthday? And they intended to do that.
Once again you wonder why some people do that. It’s a classic narcissistic behavior. It’s what narcissists use to make others feel bad and gain control.
How is not wishing someone a birthday a narcissistic move?
in order to really understand Why is this a problem? We must first understand narcissism. No doubt you’ve heard of this term. which most of us have And it’s likely that many of you reading this have known a narcissist before. If you’ve ever been in a relationship with someone You know how difficult this situation is. [Read: Why do narcissists ignore texts and do the mean things they do?]
A narcissist is someone who only cares about himself. They have a very high sense of themselves. and will drag others down to control themselves That’s a basic explanation, because narcissism is actually much deeper than that.
If you are in a relationship with a narcissist You will know the tools that they use to keep you firmly focused on them. and to stop you from leaving it their essence Narcissists are deeply unhappy and insecure. They need constant approval and they will do whatever it takes to get it.
Not wishing someone a happy birthday is a tactic. because it makes people is wondering what will happen Why didn’t he wish me a happy birthday? Why can’t they remember my special day? Why am I not important to them?
These are the questions that will run into your head. You’re also more likely to start asking them the same questions. If they’re someone you’re close with. [Read: 16 characteristics of a narcissist that give them away instantly]
The fact that you are doing this is tempting to their narcissistic desires. They see that you surrender to them. They are dominant. And when you ask these questions They think they have the power. Of course they were wrong. because over time You will begin to think, “If this person can’t even put together the words You can say ‘Happy Birthday’, so why should I bother?” You will eventually leave. But it won’t be an easy or quick process.[Read: 13 haunting signs you’re being haunted by a narcissistic friend]
Narcissists like to hurt you.
The whole tactic of not wishing someone a birthday remains in court. It makes you feel unhappy and depressed. And even if you get all the attention of others on your special day. But you’re right This has forgotten you. In some ways, narcissists like to make others feel bad. because it makes them feel good
Birthdays are special and your narcissistic partner or friend knows it. And what better way than having them ignore you on your special day? By doing this, they know that they will be in your thoughts when you should be enjoying yourself instead.
Is a narcissist really a bad person?
This is a question that has been asked for many years. We should point out that, in fact, narcissism is a condition that requires attention and treatment. There are profound mental health problems that are at the core of narcissism. which caused this person to act in that particular manner.
Have you ever heard of a gas fire? This led others to believe that everything was their fault. Narcissists regularly used gas fires. [Read: 14 signs a narcissist is gaslighting and messing with your mind]
For example, they did something wrong, for example, they forgot your birthday. But they made you believe that you made them forget. In the end, you’ll believe it’s your fault. That’s what makes narcissistic relationships difficult to leave. ‘Cause you don’t know if it’s them or you, it’s them, believe me, it’s them.
Is a narcissist a bad person? It depends on whether they can control what they do or not. People with mental health problems often have no idea what they are doing. It doesn’t make them bad. But it makes them the ones who need help. unfortunately yes they are bad people [Read: 23 secret signs of narcissism people overlook until it’s too late]
They must have completely forgotten.
I’ll end this conversation with a happier message. If someone in your life forgot to wish you a happy birthday. Don’t let this ruin your day. Remember that everyone has a busy life these days. And maybe something happened that caused them to slip out of their minds. Maybe they’re so busy with work that they don’t even know about dating. I’ve done it countless times. Yesterday I was sure it was Saturday. Actually it’s Friday!
Not always wishing someone a happy birthday isn’t always a bad thing. ‘Cause sometimes it’s a real mistake The person is likely to remember a few days later and regret the oversight that they contacted you and apologized or sent you a late birthday message. In that case, accept and move on from the problem. Don’t automatically assume that everyone in your life who forgets to wish you a happy birthday is narcissistic! [Read: Am I being taken for granted? 16 discreet signs to know for sure]
In most cases, the slightest doubts associated with narcissistic behavior are what make them difficult to deal with. ‘Do they mean it?’ ‘Are they telling the truth?’ ‘Maybe they really don’t know.’ These are the things you think. And having that doubt will cause a lot of conflict in your mind. You will let the problem go – until the next time.
The best advice is if someone in your life forgets to wish you a happy birthday. Don’t let it ruin your day. Focus on the person who texted you, who came to see you or sent you a card, and if it’s a really special person who forgot, then don’t give in to the pleasure of letting their behavior take over your special day. [Read: Texting your ex on their birthday – 16 clues to make up your mind]
The fact that you are still enjoying yourself regardless of whether they are not interested is enough to throw their tactics out of the water and come face to face with them!
What you need to be aware of are examples of behavior that fall on the narcissistic spectrum. It is impossible to have a normal, romantic relationship with a narcissist at heart.
You will be crazy trying to understand. And in the end, you won’t even trust yourself. In that case, the best birthday present you can give yourself is to walk away and find someone worthy of your attention. and someone who will never forget the special day of your life.[Read: How to handle a narcissist without falling apart or losing yourself]
Not wishing someone a happy birthday on purpose is a terrible thing to do. Give them the benefit of the doubt if you are unsure of malicious intent. But if you’re sure it’s intentional Just reciprocate and distance yourself from the narcissist.