Narcissism Relationship Support - Both Sides Need Support
NARCISSIST & THE RELATIONSHIP
By Breaking Up With Your Narcissist
When you are in a relationship with a narcissistic person, it may be tempting to convince them into seeking support and treatment from a medical professional. Although this action is a wise one, you have to understand that you need support as well. You probably are so used to hearing his verbal abuse that you are immune to it. If you think this way then you have fooled yourself as much as he has fooled you. If you are in this type of relationship, you both are in need of narcissism relationship support. This support will help ease any further pain on both sides.
Narcissism relationship support can come in a few different ways. What is important though, is that the support is not solely for the narcissist. The partner needs support in dealing with this relationship. Because most narcissists do not realize they have this disorder, getting them the support they need can be quite difficult. This is why going together works better for many couples. You cannot view this as tricking them into getting help because you need the help too. This help can teach you ways to deal with the verbal abuse you probably live with every day.
This narcissism relationship support actually can help salvage broken relationships and prevent break ups from happening. The narcissist will be able to realize he has a disorder, which will make him realize when he is acting out. The partner also will know how to deal with this acting out to make the situation better for both people. In a relationship, everything should be two-sided. This is true for any support one of the partners may need. To show your true support for your partner, it often is necessary to go through the same treatment they are receiving. This will let them know that you are there for them regardless of their disorder.
The reason narcissism relationship support is necessary for both sides of the relationship is because many partners do not realize they are dating or married to a narcissist. Once they do, they may think things will get better simply because they know. In reality, they have never had to deal with narcissism before, so they do not know how to react to them. This is why both the narcissist and the partner need to seek help. Both sides will be able to treat the situation more wisely because they have been taught by a professional.
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....and not 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 exist!
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