When you teach someone love is something someone can give and take, they enter the world and enter relationships after that thinking they can change one’s mind about how they might feel.
Ghosting is staring at your phone. Ghosting is wondering what you did wrong. It’s second-guessing yourself. It’s honestly pathetic.
You’d rather keep your thoughts or feelings to yourself than risk hurting your partner’s feelings or starting an argument.
When working with individuals who are displaying symptoms of narcissistic victim syndrome, the thing that I notice most of all is that the person feels so torn because they don’t understand what has happened to them.
It’s vitally important to be honest with yourself so that you don’t end up feeling like a victim, and so that you have less of a chance of repeating this in a future relationship.
Online dating gives malignant narcissists and sociopaths access to numerous sources of what is known as narcissistic supply – people who can provide them with praise, admiration, and resources – without any need for any form of investment, commitment or accountability.
Do you often engage in conversations with your narcissist that leave you feeling like you were talking to a brick wall – or worse, maybe leave you feeling like banging your head against a brick wall?
Narcissistic people come in all shapes and sizes, and sometimes it’s hard to spot at first.
The little red hearts are contagious as they fuel the insatiable quest for more self-worth, validation, and societal acceptance.