Dating a narcissistic outcomes
Narcissists believe they are the sun that everything -- including you -- should revolve around. But scratch under the surface and you'll find that's all you are to them... Do they only see you when it's convenient the star of the show. Some narcissists may tell you how to dress or wear your hair; they may even try to tell you how to feel!
Dating a narcissist can be really exciting at the beginning. a sidekick, a trophy, someone to amuse and distract them. You're a part of their life, but are they a part of yours? They thrive on attention and require constant reinforcement. You tell them that they made you sad; they'll reply 'No, I didn't.' Nothing is ever a narcissist's fault.
Narcissis, as many know, was the legendary character who fell in love with his own reflection.
A narcissist is someone who, usually due to childhood trauma or over-doting parents, has become obsessed with himself.
They succeed in watching out for themselves and, at the same time, respond with generosity and compassion.
When you say something to them, they seem to hear it and take it seriously.
Ignoring him or humiliating him by failing to give him the starring role, or any role, is the only way to cause real injury to a narcissist.
It also happens to be the best way for you to move on.
Do you remember learning about the myth of Narcissus, the handsome man who fell in love with his own reflection?Then one day, I was at his house, standing beside him in the kitchen, and he was putting butter on a roll.He turned to walk away, taking a bite out of the roll, and left me standing there.Some cases are so severe that the person becomes disconnected from reality and fails to maintain mutually beneficial relationships with other people.I had a few indications that the guy I was dating was pretty self-centered, but frankly I didn’t think about it much.