My *likely* narcissistic ex is obsessed with having a baby

My *likely* narcissistic ex is obsessed with having a baby. She is 23 and said she will go to a sperm bank and get pregnant that way and bring up the baby on her own with her family (wealthy family) since we aren't together anymore. She put intense pressure on me during the relationship to earn loads of money that it gave me an emotional breakdown. I now see why: she wanted me to pay to be her personal ATM and sperm bank. Is this obsession with having a child (note: she has no other dreams or aspirations other than extravagant material wealth) normal? To the extent that she'd go to a sperm bank? The fact she didn't care about my timeline or my input at all - that she must have a child within the next year or else!? I'm 25 next month, in case you are wondering

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[710]
May 16

@Ducktape nope she doesn’t drink and doesn’t take normal medicines (only herbal).

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[710]
May 16

@Scat Thank you for your reply. That is crazy. Narcissism is a total mind screw: the narc doesn't appear to be one at all in many instances and if you really love them it is even worse. I am doing an internship over the summer for ten weeks in another part of the world. I originally was going to live with 2 guys and 1 girl but the 2 guys backed out at the last minute and I am left with no alternative but to live with the girl. I am being hounded by her for living with a girl even though we aren't together and her mum is even texting me saying I should have looked for an alternative etc. I have been in conversation with my narc ex about working on our relationship but she said that "under these circumstances" she will not try to repair the relationship. I think I have to remember that despite this fact it was probably never going to work anyway. I mean I have written 32 pages of examples of her being abusive.

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[32095]
May 16

@Alexander1993, well, I have to say I can see her perspective about you living with another woman. However 32 PAGES IS A LOT of abuse to take. I guess it's a good thing you never had children.

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