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Have you ever felt distraught or found it hard to move on after dating someone who was self-centered?
If so, your partner might have been a narcissist, or a person with narcissistic tendencies.
A narcissist is arrogant and expects special treatment — whether or not he or she does things to warrant it.
In this article, you will learn how to regain your confidence and put your life back on track after dating a narcissist or someone with these tendencies.
These are some of the traits of a narcissist or someone with narcissistic tendencies.
Only a psychiatrist can diagnose a narcissistic personality disorder, though the broad definition of a narcissist is someone who: The only way narcissists can satisfy their grandiose ego and create the illusion of superiority is by putting others down.
They love to play cat and mouse, establishing a pattern of putting you down so routinely that you begin to believe that they are better and more accomplished than you — and you accept being the mouse.
Says Rachel, “My ex-boyfriend was a narcissist, and I stayed with him much longer than I should have.
The reason was that he gave me intermittent reinforcement.
Most of the time, he was self-absorbed and obsessed with himself, alternating between feeling he was the best ever and the worst ever.
Then, every so often, he would shower me with love and affection, and I would think, .
But when he took the love and affection away, he was so distant, so self-involved, and I felt like the problem was me, that it was my fault.”We understand narcissism well enough to know that if you are dating a narcissist, or someone with narcissistic tendencies, you will very likely feel unsupported and put down.
Your partner will not empathize with you and will not be there for you.