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Does a narcissist enjoy your company more if you're entertaining or is it just all about them and whether you are attentive enough to them?
An entertainment company is a firm that offers different forms of entertainment as their core business. Such companies are hired for both private and public events.
Answer Yes I think some are sadists. They study the victims tone of voice, reaction and body language to see what works. They love to throw you… off balance. They feel power and alive. Addicted to the drama I think they are. === The charm, lies, confabulations, manipulations, lies, deceit, cruelty, humiliation, lies, backstabbing, betrayal and all the lies. Oh, did i mention the lies?
Will a Narcissist appear to change behavior and reconcile just to get you more hooked in order to hurt you more deeply at a later time?
Answer They may not even be consciously trying to hurt you again. They just see you as someone they haven't been around for a while. You're sort of "new blood" again. T…hey will only be upset about you refusing their advances if they had some great plans laid out to really use you for something. My MIL is an N, and she toyed with me on and off for about 7 years before I caught on. When my mother passed away, my N MIL wouldn't answer her phone for days. When she finally did, she was crying. But not for my loss....my mother's passing reminded her that her mother had passed 15 years ago, and she was SO sad about it. Then she told lies about me to in-laws literally while the funeral was happening. And then again at my wedding. But I am quite happy now. The rest of the family got together and compared notes, and she is very alone right now. I have successfully cut her out of my life, and I am SO happy. The point is not what the intentions of the N is-the point is the effect that the actions are going to have on you. Adopt the frame of mind that you don't really know how their sick minds work and you don't care. Run for the hills, and when you are away from them you will realize how much precious time they wasted! Answer The Narcissistic character never dies. You bet this person is trying to hook you into believing they have changed. Narcissists rarely seek counseling so unless they have and are really trying then I'd keep running. I know it's sad when you have first been caught in their web of deceit and mind games and you have fond memories of them (I call it "friendly Persuasion") but, you did nothing wrong so stay focused and realize this person only cares for themselves at YOUR expense! Good luck hon. Answer How true the above is. Everytime I go back, thinking "now he has changed, he really loves me,"....same old ways, same old days, same old stuff. He will not change because he has no idea his behavior is abnormal. So sad. He actually thinks other people behave like him. I feel myself so drawn to him because I am not a pessimist, I keep hoping he will see the light, I try to be kind to him. In return for my kindness I am physically and verbally abused. My counseling sessions have helped tremendously, to hear a professional tell me that change is very difficult for an adult like him, especially one who has been through emotional and physical abuse and is now psychologically scarred. If he ever realizes and finds out just how abnormal he is he would probably hang himself from the nearest tree or have a mental breakdown. What a bizarre period of my life. I am moving out of it slowly, I'm in the malignant hope stage still, but it is waning fast. I have so much to be thankful for, and so much more to experience in my life. I don't like the thought of abandoning him, my counselor is also trying to make me think more of my own welfare. I know I have to walk away, but loving this type of person makes it so hard to break away. I wish I could just yell at him and say what a pathological mess he is and please leave me alone....once and for all. I am grateful I am an independent woman, my own house, thoughts, etc. Our relationship is "petering out" fast, because he knows he is losing me. I have screamed back at him a thousand times and have sat through his immature pleas to get me to see things his way. I haven't budged an inch, and bear up through his sermons with a disinterested gaze-away attitude. I think he feels about 2 foot tall, which is another pathology raising it's ugly head, the inability to take criticism and the inability to feel empathy for another's plight or opinion. And the fact that his narcissistic supply (me) isn't telling him how great he is anymore. I'm actually telling him he is deranged...in a nice fashion. Hence, the constancy of him always wanting me around - fear of abandonment because he hasn't been able to find anyone that will put up with his personality and have good sex with him. Actually, I am no more than the only one he can get right now. And does that make me feel like crap. True love is seldom found...he's missing having it by a hundred miles. The more I stay, the more I begin to dislike him, and to see him for what he is. Pitiful. Yep, he'll reel you in, promise the moon, act the way you want him to and then push you away as soon as something better comes along. Then, if it doesn't work out, he'll call you back. Tell him what you must so that you don't get caught in his sick web again and again, slowly being eaten alive inside.
Because he doesn't care about you and he is off to look for his next feed of adoration. He is sick. You cant fix him. He will come back when he needs you. Think of yourself as… a measuring cup. You need a measuring cup. You don't use it everyday; if it broke you would just go buy another. You wont morn the measuring cup because it is an object, has no meaning. Narcissists cant feel so when they are looking at you, using you, and utilizing you, think of the measuring cup-garden hose- vacuum....do you love them? No buit you use them. HE LOOKS AT YOU THE SAME WAY!
Is there any use in calling a Narcissist on his lies or does he just get more determined to hide the truth?
He's bigger than your version of the truth! Based on my personal experience, three things are very likely: -He will view this confrontation as a major threat.… -He will immediately try to re-assert control over the situation, and over you, using whatever tactic has proved most effective in the past. -If the old controlling tactics don't work, he'll try something new: he will escalate. Again, based on my personal experience, another thing is unlikely: the prospect of any lasting positive change as an outcome of your confronting him with his lies. The N that I know would be completely enraged that I presume to know anything more than he does about the truth! He would fly into a rage and vindictively explain--at length--all the reasons why I am too ignorant, messed up and unspiritual to know what the truth really is! He's religious, and his version of the Almighty always agrees with him! So if the N and his deity both agree that I'm wrong, where could I be getting these strange ideas? Maybe I should get some help for my condition? Pretty soon everyone would know about my problems. Not every N would use the same tactics. Maybe your N would try a "charm offensive" instead and expect it all to blow over (while he continues to do exactly what he does). Or maybe another N would get physically violent or threaten you. Some factors to consider: -How dependent is he upon you for his narcissistic supply? -How has he been able to control you in the past? -How confident is he that he can control you now? -Does he talk about you with your mutual friends or family? Does he ever discuss your problems with them? What would he say to them about your accusations? -Have you confronted him about anything before? Have you seen anyone else confront him? What happened? -Has he shown any tendency toward verbal or physical abuse? -Have you ever left him or tried to leave him? What happened? -Are you ready to leave now? Do you have an exit strategy and a place to go? Answer The only use I've found is that I've come to understand that the person I had children with, and trusted to protect us, is going to do what he's going to do, regardless of what danger he puts us in and regardless of the consequences. He doesn't have any choice, it seems, or he'd do better. Calling him on his lies doesn't make him more determined. He was committed fully and completely before I called him out. He'll hold the course, not because that's what N's do.... but because it's what they're made of. Tremusan
Because that's all they wanted in the first place - your attention. They will ignore you untill they want some more.
Of course they can. My N and I would have sex about 6-7 times day. We were in lust. We did it everywhere, all day long. He said he was never like that before and that I brough…t it out in him. Then again, I read somewhere that N's don't enjoy sex that much but they do it cause that's what their supplies expect. He knew that I loved sex so maybe that's why he did it so much. Then again, he couldn't fake getting aroused so much. I don't know. All I know is that they are human and enjoy it just like everyone else. I have heard so much about Narcassists on this board and the label is too quickly put on people who are self confident, perhaps egotistical, selfish, perfectionists and that doesn't necessarily make them a Narcissist. Some people think Narcassists are some monster that has no feelings, but, the weakness is in them and they like to control the scene around them as best they can (this is actually fear of losing control or losing total control of oneself.) Often Narcassists feel they aren't as smart as they think they are, but will battle to the end to prove just how smart they are. They are not monsters, enjoy sex like anyone else, can love to party and do other normal things. Their problem of course is not sharing! Answer There are varying types of narcissism. Somatic narcissists can behave in a manner as if they are addicted to sex. It is intimacy they cannot handle. And they are very apt to behave in a peculiar, withdrawn manner after sex because of this intimacy struggle. From what I have read, cerebral narcissists will engage in sex as a duty of obtaining narcissistic supply. Once they are certain they have the supply secured, sex will decrease dramatically because they, too, are unable to handle intimacy.
A narcissist is a person who has an excessive love of him or her self, based on ego or false self image. They are charicterized by ovebearing vanity, selfishness, and de…rogitory thinking toward everyone else. As for sex, they probably enjoy it as much as anyone does.
What did my narcissist ex-boyfriend mean by you're stirring my pot again when I asked if it was over between us he then ignored all my text again?
One interpretation may be that you're making him angry. But, if you read your question, you will notice that you called him your ex-boyfriend. If he really is your ex, then th…ere should be no question about whether it is over between the two of you. What may be happening is that you may not be ready to accept the fact that the relationship has ended and are trying to rekindle it back into life. This is my opinion, from a guy's perspective: Breaking up can be a very confusing time for both members of the relationship. Most guys like things to be simple and clear cut. So, to a guy, you're either together or you're not. The uncertainty that you are verbalizing to him is causing him to feel uncomfortable. That is why he is avoiding you. The uncertainty is bringing up a lot of issues that he thought he didn't need to deal with anymore. So, when you ask him if it's over, then to him, you are "stirring the pot." Please realize that most girls are a bit more complicated and have a broader scope on relationship issues. This makes for a very trying time for both partners when a relationship ends. The guy usually wants a clear clean end so they can move on, but most times, the girl may be more willing to work things out. And so, the eternal struggle continues. Such is life between men and women. Welcome to the confusion, and best of luck. When you find the right guy, it should be less confusing, but still confusing, none the less.
Though movies were originally made for entertainment, like silent films in WW1, movies now have become a way for writers and directors to express themselves through how a move… is set and it's atmosphere. Nowadays, many movies are also to inform, sometimes obviously, like in documentaries, and sometimes, information is given through the storyline of a film. With developed countries becoming almost dependent on cinema and writers having more sources on which to base films on, we now use films to give us information and knowledge just as much as entertainment.
Can you cause damage to your prostate massaging it all the time with objects or your fingers not gay you just enjoy the orgasm more also is it normal you can ejaculate with out masturbating your penis?
You can damage the inner lining of your rectum by using sharp objects or fingernails. But if you're careful you should be OK. Your prostate will not be damage…d by normal massaging. Some people can ejaculate through prostate massage without any manipulation of the penis. It usually adds to the orgasm.
Many blind pedestrians are hit from behind as they cross the street by when the driver just wasn't paying close enough attention to the road?
Many drivers are sidetracked by things such as their cell phones, iPods or other music players, or just from thinking of other things and not focusing on their driving. Th…is causes many pedestrians to be hit while the drivers are sidetracked, especially those who are blind and would not see the oncoming vehicle from behind them.
Answer There is no rule in these matters - so, no, it is not universally true. It depends on the narcissist in question.
If you were discarded by a Narcissist after a 3-month relationship which he said was all an illusion does this mean you're free of him forever or will he come back looking for more supply?
Opinions from contributors: I was discarded after a 4 month relationship that, in her dilutedmind, was NOT a dating relationship, when it was the most intensething I had ever… experienced. Anyway, it's been 6 months and Ihaven't seen hide nor hair of her. She's done. She won't likely becoming back 'round. She didn't even say goodbye. She went on and Ilaid in bed for months wondering what I had done. It hurts terriblyand we want them to 'come back'. They won't and they don't. I was discarded after 6 months of an intense loving relationship.He said it was not real, and acted as if it was me that was nuts,even though we were engaged. He went about his life as if it neverhappened telling people the biggest lies about me, for no reason atall. I never knew he was a narcissist until a year later and manymany awful things. He never actually went away. He met someone andthen popped in and out for a while. He comes back I think when he'ssingle. He looks for me but I'm gone. I don't think you can ever befree, or forgotten, unless you make yourself be.
In Roman Empire
The Roman people enjoyed diverse entertainments. They liked spectator events such as chariot racing, precision equestrian events such as the Troy games, the festival of the Oc…tober Horse, which marked the end of the campaigning season, and of course the gladiatorial bouts. They enjoyed theater, poetry readings and they were great ball players. Board games of different types and knucklebones were popular as were various types of dice games.
Music has helped me, grow emotionally, physically, and intellectually, while simultaneously entertaining. Music for many, such as myself, is also a source of identity and …individuality for all, as most prefer different styles and types of music
He might, but it wouldn't be because of his narcisism. The true narcissist cares about his partner's feelings only to the extent that they reflect on him. The old joke is …apt. "But enough about me. Let's talk about you. What do you think of me?"