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Are You In A Relationship With A Narcissist?

5/18/2018 7:00:33 PM   |   Comments: 0   |   Views: 55

A Narcissist uses their charm, status, intellect, appearance, humor, feigned compassion and benevolence to convince people that he/she is an extraordinary person with exceptional qualities. The Narc's consistent and persistent charm, etc. is seemingly a dream come true, thus people are drawn into the Narcissist’s web.

Narcs seek people who are empaths--i.e. loving, caring, empathic person. Narcs immediately sense who is or isn't his/her type. They determine quickly that you are a people pleasing empath, who would surely provide ample attention and nurturing—i.e. - a nice person. He/she draws you into his/her web with high expectations of you, which no human being could possibly fulfill.

One of the most frustrating and distressing aspects of being in a relationship with a narcissist is their covert emotional abuse. However, in public, the Narc develops a persona of exemplary behavior thus, everyone thinks the Narc is wonderful and beyond reproach.

If you are in a long-term/marriage relationship after awhile, you are nothing but a disappointment to the Narc and they grow tired of you. Long before the devalue phase, they were laying the groundwork for discarding you. You endured disappointment, betrayal, heartache, deceit, lies, verbal, emotional, physical and financial abuse and exploitation. No matter your effort to reconcile these unacceptable behavior and boundary violations, the Narc accuses you of purposely starting a fight or are crazy for thinking she/he was inappropriate, disrespectful, abusive or violent. No one understands your situation because in public the Narcissist uses their charm, status, intellect, appearance, humor, feigned compassion and benevolence to convince people that he/she is an extraordinary person.

While the Narc has been busy smearing, devaluing you, etc., you have been diligently making everything seem like the perfect relationship and maybe making excuses for his/her behavior- if only for the sake of your pride. It is likely that you have had to repair many of his/her socially offensive behaviors toward you as well. So how would anyone know that your Narc is nasty, manipulative or conniving?

What takes its toll on you is that the Narc has brutalized you and taken you all the way down while they are still on top. Its as if other people’s ignorance of the truth not only gives the Narc license to batter you but reinforces their arrogance and their smug attitude that they took you down because they are superior. You are left to pick up the pieces of your life (which they shattered) and they seem to be living happily ever after.

People are believing the Narc’s lies about you and no one seems to ‘get’ what actually has happened to you. The Narc has gotten away with atrocities! This is why so many questions are asked regarding exposure and revenge!

My answer to ‘how can you expose a Narcissist’ is not going to be what anyone wants to hear, but I will tell you that YOU can not do it as effectively as they will eventually do it to themselves!

Familiarity ALWAYS breeds contempt with a Narcissist. The closer, the more intimate, and the more time spent with the Narc, the more probability that their mask will slip. They will be as ferocious with the next person as they were with you. Anyone who has any longevity with a Narc will suffer and see for themselves what a difficult person the Narc really is. That is when others will reflect on what the Narc did to you. It will become crystal clear to them. The narc will self destruct. They will burn through many relationships throughout their lives. They will do untold damage. Do not waste your time on them. Inevitably they self destruct- by then, you won’t even care!!!!

If you are still tempted to “expose” them, you can expect to be punished by the Narc. They are experts at manipulation and malevolence because they have had a lifetime of practice! Since you are a nice person, you are no match for the Narc. Worse still, is that they will make you look like the ‘crazy one!’

Much of what the Narc has done to you is psychological. It is not necessarily what they did but rather, their motivation for doing it! You can’t prove motive and intention. You just describe what he/she did and ‘why’ he/she did it. You ‘KNOW’ exactly why they did it and provide supporting details which are then perceived as over-reacting! For example- Your Narc missed the surprise birthday party your parents threw for you. You knew that he/she missed it on purpose to embarrass and hurt you…to make you feel worthless in front of your parents, and so that he/she wouldn’t have to watch you get any attention.

If you explain these situations (of which there are many) people begin to think you are overly sensitive, paranoid or letting your imagination run wild. You are spiraling out of control while the Narc calmly and with sincerity in his/her voice explains that his/her employer sent them out of town on a business trip which they were forced to go on. The Narc then expresses his/her regret and remorse to others for having let you down and missed a chance to spend time with the family!

You can’t teach a Narc what they aren’t ready to learn. They have no incentive to see the truth since it hasn’t happened to them--yet! The truth will reveal itself in time!

If you are in a relationship short or long-term it never gets better. If you stay there is only one prognosis—you need to grow thick skin and a deaf ear or IF you have an ounce of self-respect end the relationship as easily and quickly as possible.

Source: The Verbally Abusive Relationship. Patricia Evans, Verbal abuse creates emotional pain and mental anguish. It is a lie told to you or about you. Generally, verbal abuse defines people, telling them what they are, what they think, their motives, and so forth. The best way to deal with a verbally abusive relationship, whether you are the target of verbal abuse or the perpetrator, is to find out everything you can about verbally abusive relationships and their dynamics. Usually one person is blaming, accusing, even name calling, and the other is defending and explaining.

 About Dr. Dorothy:

Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, Ph.D. Metaphysician, Certified Hypnosis Practitioner, International Best Selling Author and Speaker, is an International recognized authority on bridging Science and Human Potential. She facilitates clearing emotional/ mental blocks, fears, and limiting beliefs. You can live the life you desire. She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one's thoughts and feelings. http://www.drdorothy.net



 
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