What Happens When a Narcissist Knows You Figured Them Out

When you find out who they are, how will they react?

If you’re reading this, there’s a fair chance you already know the truth about someone dear to you. You’ve been trying to find out who this guy is, when all of a sudden, you know they’re a narcissist who’s mentally unstable and toxic, and they’re not right for you.

What happens if you have this realization and it is shared with the person with whom you are in a relationship? Essentially, you’re starting to keep this person responsible and revealing them for who they really are, because they’re not the person you once believed they were. So, what’s next? What would they do now that you’ve started calling them out on their behavior?

When you know this, one of the most important things to remember is that any narcissist or abusive individual can respond differently when you expose them and keep them accountable. To cope with what’s going on in the relationship, they’ll use a variety of strategies and methods.

You used to be a great source of narcissistic supply for this guy, but now that you’ve exposed them, you’re no longer a successful source. You’re doing everything a narcissist despises, because they don’t want someone in their world exposing them for who they really are, holding them responsible for their decisions, or forcing them to take responsibility for themselves. There will be some criticism now that you’ve switched gears.

Since a narcissist is addicted to getting a supply and needs it to function, they can withdraw. Regulation may be seen as a side effect of narcissistic availability. They deserve to have complete power of what you think of them, what people think of them, and how you treat them in order for them to be satisfied. Supply is just as it looks like: giving the narcissist what they want to know while brushing everything under the rug. The narcissist would not have to think about people leaving them if they have complete control of anything. They are not helpless as they can manage a situation and they are in control. The narcissist can become enraged and use various methods to punish you, but their true motivation is to prove you wrong, especially to those around you.

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