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September 14th, 2013 | Dealing, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Narcissistic Victim, NPD, NPD abuse
Very interesting piece. Thank you for sharing, Jeni. I found this description to be especially powerful: “Relationships with narcissists inevitably and invariably end with the dawn of a double realisation. The first is that one has been (ab)used by the narcissist and the second is that one was regarded by the narcissist as a disposable, dispensable and interchangeable instrument (object).”
Narcissistic relationships can be so devastating. I appreciate that you’ve taken the time to compose and curate so much valuable writing on the topic. One article that I would encourage you to share is Dr. Lisa Firestone’s interview on the psychological effects of narcissistic relationships: http://www.psychalive.org/2013/04/narcissistic-relationships/
Will definitely follow up!
A great site, I am glad I found it. 2 relationships with 2 Narcissists later, I
Survive. But left with scares and pain and tears. 25 years of bad judgements on who would love me….ultimately neither of them did.
But I don’t believe Narcissists love themselves totally, I think they love and hate themselves too. They tag along with people who at first are attracted to them and then grow to love them. But they can show their dark sides early on in a relationship but many of us see the red flag and delude ourselves …. be cause we are desperate for their love.
Narcissists are usually immature emotionally, but also very selfish.
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