How Can You Escape A Narcissistic Relationship When You Share A Child? While it is possible to escape a narcissistic relationship when you share a child, it most definitely is not easy. I’m speaking from experience. I married two different narcissists, and have a son with each. I’ll give you some background information first. Please bear with me because I want you to fully understand why escaping the narcissist is so important for your child’s sake. My first husband was a Covert Narcissist. When we divorced, a very long and nasty custody battle ensued. Not because my ex wanted our … Continue reading Quora Answers: The Dangers Of A Narcissistic Parent
Can A Covert Narcissist Have An Extroverted Personality? Yes, they can. A narcissist who is considered to be covert is someone whose narcissistic behaviors and tendencies are closeted, or hidden. This means that they hide their beliefs in their own superiority. However, in their minds, others are still considered to be beneath them. They just don’t show it outwardly. This false persona allows them to engage in covert sabotage, yet generally operate without suspicion. Narcissism is a personality disorder. Not a personality type. #serenaprince375 #saudiprince #bestpartner4ever❤️ Originally Answered On Quora By Serena Prince. To Read All My Answers: Serena Prince … Continue reading Quora Answers: Covert Narcissists
There are some common traits that are specific to Narcissists. Once you know what to look for, it’s much easier to differentiate between someone with a personality disorder and someone who’s suffering as a result of trauma. Narcissists don’t feel empathy or love, although they fake it pretty well. They will never take responsibility for their actions, regardless of whether they hurt someone or not. And they’re never wrong. Even if you catch them in the act of doing something wrong, they’ll completely deny it. Then they’ll turn the tables and blame you for the very thing you caught them … Continue reading How Can I Tell If My 3X Combat Veteran Husband Is A Narcissist, Or If His Actions Are Symptoms Of His PTSD?
Could A Narcissist Idealize A New Potential Supply Without Actually Love-bombing Them? Love-bombing is just another term used to describe the idealization phase in a narcissistic relationship. All narcissistic relationships follow the same patterns and consist of the idealization phase, devaluation, and discard. Many people are unaware that narcissists sometimes shorten these stages. When they’re involved with what is considered a transitional target, the source is subjected to a much shorter and less intense idealization phase. The victim will not be aware that the relationship is going to be a very short one. The narcissist, however, knows from the beginning. … Continue reading Quora Answers: Narcissistic Relationships
Do Narcissists Abuse Animals? My Malignant Narcissist ex-husband certainly did. He did it so much that I gave my beloved dog away to keep her from the torment he subjected her to on a regular basis. He also abused his own dog by brutally kicking and punching him. The senseless cruelty was heartbreaking and unwarranted. The most shocking thing of all was finding out that the narcissistic bastard also sexually abused animals. Even more shocking is that the source of this information was my 14-year-old autistic son. Originally Answered On Quora By Serena Prince. #serenaprince375 #saudiprince #bestpartner4ever❤️ To Read All … Continue reading Quora Answers: Narcissists
Are Many Victims Of Narcissistic Abuse Ahead Of Psychologists In Knowledge Of Narcissistic Personality Disorder? Absolutely. Sadly, in order to fully understand narcissistic abuse, a person has to experience it. Understanding the concept on an intellectual level is one thing. … Continue reading Quora Answers: Victims of Narcissistic Abuse
What Makes A Narcissist Stalk A Victim For A Decade? Is This Normal? For a personality-disordered narcissist, it’s not unusual to stalk a victim for many years. But it definitely isn’t the behavior of a normal, rational human being. When a narcissist continues to stalk a victim for such a lengthy period of time, two motives come to mind. One probability is that the narc is still thoroughly enjoying the cat-and-mouse game he’s playing with the victim. By continuing to stalk her, he’s continuing to control her. And as long as he is able to reap sadistic pleasure, he’ll see … Continue reading Quora Answers: Narcissists
It’s a really bad idea to stay in contact with a narcissist, period. And as far as wanting to know what they’re thinking, that’s not a realistic option, either. You’ll never know what a narcissist is thinking. Because they’ll never tell you the truth. You’ll be lied to and manipulated without even realizing what’s happening. And if you do realize you’re being toyed with, I have to seriously question why you would be willing to subject yourself to that kind of guaranteed torment. If you’re truly aware of what a narcissist is about, for the life of me, I can’t … Continue reading Is It Okay To Stay In Contact With A Narcissist Just To Know What They’re Thinking, As Long As You Know What They’re About?