I believe a narcissist can say and do just about anything at anytime and believe it. My ex husband would take things I had said to him, such as "your mentally abusive" and months or years later yell them back at me out of the blue. Basically he used what I siad to him, to get attention, sex. money, sympathy etc. from whomever he was speaking to at the time. Including his counselors, family, friends and co-workers. At least until they caught him doing it to them, then some caught on and some bought into his crap. I believe they know they are lying, they just don't care. They do whatever it takes to get what they want or need from others. My advice is to speak to an abuse counselor, be honest with them and trust their advice. That way you will know for sure who is abusing whom. Good Luck and know your not alone! This is a classic narcissist move. I call it Bizarro universe logic. They see things backwards, inverted. I guess that comes from looking into a mirror all the time. Often it seemed my narcissist ex would project his own fears about himself onto me. For example, he'd claim I had a bad childhood or that I lacked passion. These things were true about him, not about me. And yes, he did quite frequently scream at the top of his lungs that I was abusing him, while I cowered in the corner. Another thing my ex did is provoke me and also his next girlfriend into hitting him so he could claim the woman was the abusive one. How did he do this? For me, he wrapped himself around me and scared me into thinking he was going to smother me. I struck out at him in fear and he got to claim that he was being abused. Can you imagine, I am 5'1" and weigh about 120 lbs. I'm sure I'm going to beat up a man. The police didn't buy it either. And then he did the same thing to a second woman, provoked her into giving him a black eye! So watch out. They can do this kind of stuff. I'd get out of there while the getting is good. I can't believe I'm reading the above post. Early on in our relationship, my ex (N) started a fight with me where he insisted that I "rip his shirt". He kept accusing me of repressing feelings of extreme anger (which I didn't have) and he stepped into my face, screaming at me, taunting me and calling me "weak" if I couldn't even rip his shirt. I finally reached out and ripped it, buttons went flying and I ended up locked in the bathroom, curled up in the fetal position sobbing for about 20 minutes, while he stood outside the door laughing at me. Later he told me that it was weak to just use words when you could use your body to convey your message (huh?) Violence was why I threw him out in the end. I used to ask my friends if their boyfriends/spouses ever did anything like that and they would look at me like I was nuts. I was, I stayed for 14 years trying to get back the great guy he was at the beginning. Never happened, he didn't exist.
I would describe "what if your luck will improve?" as a speculation rather than a claim. If I said "your luck will improve" I would be making a claim. Whether it would be a justifiable claim would depend upon the circumstances.
Many would claim God. Others would claim evolution.
I would yes
Henry Hudson would give the Dutch a land claim in present-day Fort Nassau.
you would have to call the people to claim your money or visa card
A person who does not know about a reward cannot claim it for the simple fact that they would have no idea they were a winner. If someone informed them of their reward, they would then be able to claim it.
It would be fraud to make such a claim. Only the owner of the trademark can make such a claim.
Both. Dick Cheney likes to claim credit for influencing Barak Obama on this.
An injury claim is when someone receives an injury and the claim is sent to an insurance company for compensation. If you are hurt at work, the claim would be submitted to worker's compensation. An automobile accident injury would be submitted to the auto insurance company.
The place that someone would go submit an accident claim is based on the claim and the company. If it is an auto claim and someone has AAA insurance, they can file a claim on the website or call an agent.
Short answer yes, if it is in your policy long answer, would not be smart to claim it.
Unless the rabbi was a Messianic Jew he would disagree. A Catholic priest would agree with the claim that Jesus was God.
If you have applied for insurance and paid a premium, you are essentially insured if you have been given a binder. In life insurance if the applicant dies before the policy can be issued, you would file a claim as if it had. The claim would be processed and if the applicant is found to be insurable had he still been alive, the claim would proceed as if he already had a policy in force before he died.
No she does not.If she did,she would have reported it or claim it if she did. ==
Although Liverpool has quite a large section of the population who would claim Catholicism as their religion, they are outnumbered by people who would claim to be Protestant.
A Functionalist would claim that mythology contributes to society by helping maintain the social system. They validate the social institutions they describe.
One would think that a claim should be filed as soon as possible - why someone would deliberately wait for weeks and weeks to file the claim creates questions about the validity of such claims.
It would be an auto claim for the damage to the other and a homeowners claim for the damage to your property. You cannot be liable to yourself, so you cannot claim the property damage on your auto policy.
If you have a letter of authority as executor. Otherwise it would not be an appropriate transfer. However, you can quit claim any personal claim you have to someone else.
AnswerThe entire claim? And no patient responsibility? That means the entire claim was written off. The most common reason would be because its a duplicate claim. Sometimes this will happen when the claim is considered to be included in other services.
No, there is not. If any number x, laid claim to being the largest then x+1 would be a larger number and x's claim would not be valid.
A small business owner would claim bankruptcy for a few reasons. The biggest reason would be to eliminate most or all debts for which a business owner is personally liable for.
That would probably be very difficult to find with a pending claim. It's best to stay with your current insurer until the claim is closed.
he told them that he would bring back riches and that he would claim the place where he landed for the king and queen
The non-recoverable portion of a claim is that part of the claim the insurer will not pay because it is not covered under your insurance policy. There would be no point in filing a claim on that which is not insured.