The Narcissistic Man - How to Recognize Him
Narcissism - In A Man
By 'Breaking Up With Your
Narcissism - How to Spot it In Your Man
Because it is so difficult to get involved in a real relationship anymore,
women often overlook tendencies their man has simply to stay in the relationship.
One of these tendencies that women should not overlook is narcissism. If
your man suffers from this, or shows signs from this, it might be time to
end things with him for your own sake. Many people do not talk about this
trait as being a problem for relationships, but that only is because they
never had to deal with it. It is deeper than the man simply loving himself.
It can cause grave relationship problems.
If you are trying to look for the common signs of narcissism, the main one
to find is your man's inability to empathize with other's feelings. When
your man has this trait, it is a huge relationship problem because the time
will come, if it has not already, when it is important for him to care about
your problems as if they were his. A narcissist man cannot do that. They
think they are the only ones who matter, so they often will overlook your
problems as you nagging or complaining. Another common trait to look for
is power. This type of man usually thinks they are worth more than anyone
else and that they deserve to be treated better than anyone else.
Breaking up with a histrionic narcissist? Be prepared for the battle
of your life! While you are an emotional basketcase, he is as Cold as Ice!
While you are left holding down the fort and dealing with the real-life
responsibilities, he walks away from everything leaving you to mop off
his stage and pay his bills. He will punish you in ways you couldn't possibly
have ever imagined...
even acknowledge it to himself! Why? Because he's off charming the socks
off of new women as if your years together didn't even
ex continually acts in abusive, bewildering and confusing ways. He is
not above committing destructive acts. When the breakup becomes a reality,
it is likely that his 'false persona' will completely disappear all together
and you will most likely experience the most hurtful of behavior from him.
He is completely lacking in empathy, and - since he is not receiving any
admiration from you anymore - he will dismiss you and discard you as
worthless to him, consequently dropping any fake front that he use to put
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Another strong trait of narcissism is
envy. Because they feel as if they deserve to be treated better, they will
become extremely envious of anyone who is treated better in their minds.
This also can be seen if you have a great accomplishment under your belt.
Instead of being proud of you like a healthy companion would, he will think
you were not worthy of the accomplishment and become envious of you. From
a relationship standpoint, this is exceptionally bad behavior.
If your relationship shows any of these signs, your man could be suffering
from narcissism. There are two options you then can do. You can stick with
him and try to get over all of his faults, or you can end the relationship.
You have to weigh both sides and see which one you can handle doing. You
have to remember that, although you might be able to change parts of him,
he will not change being narcissistic. Many women do not see any of these
awful qualities until the relationship gets serious because they tend to
idolize people in the beginning of relationships.
For more information about breaking up with a narcissist - from someone that
understands how you feel because she has been there - please visit
'Breaking Up With Your Narcissist'.
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