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It seems like a pretty intense place to be standing—but then you have to remember something about what it’s like to stand on a time graph: you can’t see what’s to your right.
So here’s how it actually feels to stand there: Which probably feels pretty normal…
A mother with narcissism may demand that her children excel in school and sports for the simple reason that it will make her look like an admirable mother to people outside of the immediate family.
It is of no importance to her whether or not the children develop, or even learn, from these achievements as long as her reputation remains intact.
Narcissists can go into a “narcissistic rage” over the littlest thing which results in belittling, emotionally abusing and, not infrequently, physically abusing her children.
The typical narcissistic mother is almost impossible to please no matter what the circumstances.
Her narcissistic tendencies do not end in childhood but continue on through adulthood where she continues to interfere and damage their self esteem and any relationships they might form.
She “hands off” child rearing, inappropriately, to the child itself as soon as she can.
” I do not love; I do not love anybody except myself. The trademark of a narcissistic mother is her inability to give love or empathy to her child.
I am capable of affection for those who reflect my own world.“ ~Sylvia Plath Does your mother fail to show any genuine love for you…or empathy?
It’s impossible for us to understand what it would be like for him to see shiny capsules racing by on a highway, talk to people who had been on the other side of the ocean earlier in the day, watch sports that were being played 1,000 miles away, hear a musical performance that happened 50 years ago, and play with my magical wizard rectangle that he could use to capture a real-life image or record a living moment, generate a map with a paranormal moving blue dot that shows him where he is, look at someone’s face and chat with them even though they’re on the other side of the country, and worlds of other inconceivable sorcery.
This is all before you show him the internet or explain things like the International Space Station, the Large Hadron Collider, nuclear weapons, or general relativity.
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This experience for him wouldn’t be surprising or shocking or even mind-blowing—those words aren’t big enough. But here’s the interesting thing—if he then went back to 1750 and got jealous that we got to see his reaction and decided he wanted to try the same thing, he’d take the time machine and go back the same distance, get someone from around the year 1500, bring him to 1750, and show him everything.