Unless they lose it all (money,home,family etc..) or become severely disabled or have a true life changing religious experience (due to the above circumstances probably)- THEY WON'T ever be a normal person. I am very sorry to say that Narcissistic people will never be cured. They get much worse the older they get. I have spoken to several counselors who have tried treating them but they said it was nearly impossible since they twist everything around and do not believe thay are that way in the first place. The best advise is to stay clear of them all together. They are emotional vampires and will suck you dry and toss you out when you have no more supply to give them.
No - absolutely not....
It depends what you mean by "normal". If by normal you are asking if autistic people will ever become neurotypical - no, that's like asking if black people can ever become white. Who wants to be normal anyway?
It is very easy to become addicted to a narcissist as they make everyday life seem eventful and exciting with their lack of normal restraints and boundaries. Life without their huge highs and lows may seem dull and grey in comparison, but you must always focus on the trail of misery and destruction the narcissist leaves in their path.answerThe above statement seems to refer to a person with bipolar disorder, and not a narcissist. A narcissist believes he or she is the greatest thing to ever exist. In my opinion, it would be difficult to become addicted to a narcissist, unless you are masochistic and enjoy being second best at everything. yes you can because that's what they do first they seduce you little by little they are not themselves then is just a mask they give you attention nice talks look like they are your friend tell sad storyes about their childhoo how their wife don't care about them and are selfish etc...and then you are hooked they push and pull when you want to stop with them they say see how selfish you are you don't get what you want you are leaving etc....you feel guilty you stay ...and don't forget you love this person and they do make you addicted with their so called love in the seduction fase
He probably can be physically faithfully but emotionally he is only faithful to one person- Himself. Walk away honey, you deserve better.
an ugly person eats what ever a normal person, but it's much uglyer!!!!!
Yes. They will return for many years, to torture the devalued, if they can, especially if the narcissist is a psychopath. My ex-narcissist expressed it himself very well. He just said, "I am a very evil person, and I enjoy making people suffer." Basically he will return if he thinks he can get anything out of you...money, sex, or a place to stay, for himself or his new girlfriend. And narcissists may alternate between vaulation and devaluation over and over, especially with people who cannot get away from him, such as blood relatives. If the person is currently useful to the narcissist, he will be valued. Once the narcissist is done, or if the person criticizes or tells the narcissist "no", they are devalued all over again.
Well of course. That's a how a narcissist valids himself.
They then become a creature so horribly offensive and smelly that no normal human will ever make love to them again. Unless you Freddy Mercury.
Sure, themselves. Seriously, though, there is no black and white definition of narcissism that overrides any other traits about that person. Obviously some narcissists can find the right person and stay with them.
NO! They are INCAPABLE of change. get away from him asap!
If he was a narcissist, then nothing you did could ever be a good as he knew he "deserved." So he looked elsewhere, which he'll probably keep doing for the rest of his life, no matter how well the woman he's with treats him.He wanted something other than what he got from you. I think it's the same answer regardless of his psychiatric diagnosis, if any. It would be harder to please a narcissist than the average person. The person trying to please a narcissist wouldn't get empathy back, among other things, so it might be for the best to have a narcissist leave you. But I don't think the trigger for that happening is much different than any other relationship.
no one knows cos no NORMAL person ever does it!
I don't think so. How can change occur in narcissist whose mother is a narcissist as well, even if she accepts him? The very sickness comes from that lack of emotional support given by the mother at the most crucial time, birth. My mother in law has damaged my husband so much that because he is a product of his environment, he had dished out his madness upon me and his children. Sadly, I am the one who had the mental breakdown and has suffered so much. Is there really help for a narcissist?
Not if you're the type of person who can function while high. There are a lot of people who do and are a normal part of society. On the other hand, some become burnouts and are useless.
That is entirely an opinion based question, and almost nobody would consider themselves "the weirdest person ever." Additionally, many people who are "normal" are actually weird, because almost everyone is equally weird, but we're all weird in different ways. In fact, a truly "normal" person is weird, because nobody else is normal!
No. They have zero concept of what it means to love another human being.
A "true" narcissist will always, without fail, attempt to hang onto any relationship in which the narcissist gains "narcissistic supply." A "true" narcissist will not be deterred! They will do what it takes, say what it takes and follow-up with whatever actions are necessary to hang onto narcissistic supply. They will attempt to rekindle the broken relationship because they do not accept the fact that the relationship is over. If you respond in any manner...ie...phone calls, text messages, letters...etc...the narcissist accepts this as proof that he still holds some interest in your life. He will remain relentless in his attempt to gain any attention whatsoever from his supply...ie...you! You may find it flattering that someone seems so attached to you that they will do anything to keep you around, but just know that you are not a human being in the sense that we are human beings. People, to the "true" narcissist", are simply objects in which to gain the attention they so desperately crave. If you can accept that fact (and it is a fact) feel free to continue a relationship with a narcissist. However, if you ever wish to have a meaningful and intimate relationship, you should search out and find a healthy human being. The narcissist will always be a narcissist and there is nothing in the world that will change that fact. Nothing! It is unfortunate because, generally speaking, narcissists are talented, charming and successful people. They simply do not possess empathy or compassion for any human on the planet. Those emotions are not present in the narcissist nor will they ever become present. The part of the psychological make up found in normal-healthy minds is absolutely missing in the narcissist. EXAMPLE: If a person were born without legs, that person could have artificial legs attached. However, the artificial legs will never "grow" naturally. A person born without empathy or the capacity to love does have the ability to observe the behaviors of others who feel empathy and love. The narcissist can learn to mimick the behaviors of empathy and love. The narcissist will never have the ability to "grow" feelings of empathy or love. That simple!
Lesbians are normal you stupid ignorant homophobic!!! People are born lgbt they dont just choose it.
A narcissist may give expensive gifts, but only as a means of psychological manipulation, not out of guilt. A true narcissist thinks only of him or herself, and therefore is incapable of feeling guilt.
The narcissist has become so disillusioned that he believes in statements with no logical basis. == Lying is a trait and vehicle which narcissists have acquired for self-preservation. It is a cover that works time and again until their credibility is impeached by facts. Because a narcissist doubts himself and has little or no self- regard, he doesn't believe anyone else will accept him also. Lying props him up to the outside world. However, when his cover is blown and the truth rears its ugly head, the narcissist is so ashamed that he withdraws from the person who exposed the truth about him. prior to the exposure of the truth, the narcissist believes no one will ever know, and is completely overwhelmed that his lack of integrity is exposed. he does have a conscience, generally concerning what others think of him. when he realizes his reputation has been tainted by his lying, he cannot accept responsibility for his own self-destructive behavior...ever! he rationalizes it is that disloyal nasty person who found him out and couldn't keep a secret. distorted thinking is a form of lying also. "when you lie down with dogs, you wake up with fleas.'
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Not normally, but it usually depends on in which way you dump them