Don’t tolerate demeaning or abusive behavior from your ex.
In any relationship with a narcissist, you become part of a cult-like group, because narcissists usually have many other “admirers” awaiting to serve them at their beck and call – whether they be ex-lovers, colleagues, crushes, family members, “just friends” or your eventual replacement.
An argument with a narcissist is a circle designed to tire and distract you.
Narcissists are dutiful chameleons, forever adapting to their new environment and running from themselves.
You immediately start to examine your behavior.
Being abused by a narcissist can cause you to do these nine things.
Anyone can be the target of a narcissistic, toxic person. Yet INFJs, touted to be the rarest Myers-Briggs personality type, tend to be surprisingly overrepresented among victims of narcissists. Here are three major reasons why INFJs tend to fall prey to narcissists – and why narcissists gravitate towards them.
There is one thing that distinguishes a wolf in sheep’s clothing early on from a genuine person. Can you guess what it is?
Many of those qualities are probably the same ones that the friends and family members of the partners value in them. Narcissists, however, unfortunately know how to exploit those qualities to their advantage.
Narcissism is everywhere, but it operates in a particularly sinister way in the corporate world.