Today, we are talking about what happens when you discard, leave, or abandon the narcissist first. This is a situation that I have decades of experience with because I did discard my malignant narcissistic ex, and I also went no contact with my malignant narcissistic father and other family members. So if you are thinking about leaving and have some concerns, then today’s topic is for you.
It is challenging and exhausting being romantically involved with a narcissist, but they can also cause havoc when they leave. Breakups are always hard, but when you’ve been in a relationship with someone who uses others and is obsessed with themselves, it can be even harder.
On the surface, narcissists can seem charming, engaging, and charismatic, which can make them difficult to leave in the first place.
Dr. Judith Orloff, a clinical psychiatrist at the University of California Los Angeles, wrote in a blog post on Psychology Today that narcissists can make you “fall in love with them so hard that it feels like you’re giving up a part of your heart to leave them,” because they’re very good at becoming the centre of your universe while you’re with them.
Here’s What Happens When YOU Leave The Narcissist First.
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