Today we’re going to be talking about what happens when you reject a narcissist? Because you have finally figured out who they really are.
A narcissist is someone who is self-absorbed, who feels entitled to exploit the emotions of other people. A narcissist is someone who lacks empathy. They don’t have a natural emotional reaction to other people’s pain, to other people’s concerns. So, they lack compassion for others, because they generally feel superior to others. They have a grandiose sense of self to a narcissist. They really are more important, more deserving, more intelligent, and more worthy of praise and validation and recognition than anyone else.
They may not be overt about this, but in time, if you spend enough time with the narcissist, you will notice patterns of put-downs when speaking about other people. You will notice envy, you will notice a severe sense of competition, you will notice that they are passive-aggressive, you will notice that they absolutely want you to see them as the expert as they know all of everything there is to know. And if a narcissist ever feels slighted by you, then you become a threat. If a narcissist has labeled you as a source of narcissistic supply, and has lured you in through love bombing, and has hooked you in really good and perhaps as trauma bonded you. which essentially means that through the course of your relationship, through the course of the ups and downs of the relationship.
The narcissist has convinced you that everything and anything that goes wrong in the relationship is absolutely your fault. They will twist, they will blame shift, they cannot take accountability or responsibility. And one of the things that I think is really that makes this so difficult is this idea that narcissists are so convinced that they are right. When you’re talking to someone and they’re convinced that they saw someone that you know at the movie theater, but you heard that this person was on vacation and the Bahamas somewhere, but you’re talking to someone who is absolutely convinced that they saw Mary at the movie theater, and you know that Mary told you that she was in the Bahamas, and so you’re rightfully confused because the person that is convinced that they’re right, is so convinced that they’re right.
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