I left my my narcissistic husband of 15 years and am currently in the process of divorce. I have 2 teenage daughters from a previous marriage and he has a teenage son from a previous relationship. We share a son that is 13 and that is the part that I’m struggling with. Over the past year and a half my son has started becoming more difficult. He has ADHD and has began acting in the same narcissistic way his dad does. He makes constant comments about how much better he is than everyone else and is very blunt about being sexist and stating that women are useless unless they are in the kitchen. I have tried many times to talk to him to explain that his behaviors and words are wrong and hurtful but he doesn’t listen and will just say that he doesn’t care because that’s just the type of guy he is and I just need to get used to it. When he says something really nasty and I get extremely angry he will do just like his dad and swear it was just a joke that I don’t understand because I lack a sense of humor. When his ADHD kicks in really bad, he tries to harass me physically by blowing his breathe in my face or ear, poking me with his finger or other objects like his fake sword and when I say to stop he just laughs and says “make me! You know you won’t cause your just a weak woman”. Last night he started trying to pop a t-shirt at my face while I was working on my computer doing an assignment for my online class. I told him to stop, but he did it again and popped me directly in my left eye. He seemed shocked at first that he actually hit me, but then started making a joke out of it and told me that it wasn’t his fault I got hit, it was my fault cause I didn’t dodge it. I am totally at my wits end. I left my husband so I could get away from his abuse and now I’m living with my son treating me the same way. I don’t know what to do to get my son to see that his behavior is unacceptable and wrong. Any advice would be greatly appreciated cause I don’t have anyone else that I can talk to about this. #ChronicFatigue #Fibromyalgia #ADHD #IBS #DegenerativeDiscDisease #Depression #Anxiety #ic #Migraine #imbroken