It really amazes me how much the word "narcissistic" or "narcissist" comes up. You'd swear it was a new trend of disease that everyone wants to get!
Some guys are just jerks and you're trailing on the boxer shorts (or thong) of your true love. You deserve better! It would be the day I would let my husband see another woman (even if I wasn't married and it was my boyfriend) and I'd dump him like a hot rock!
These types of guys aren't worth it. They want their cake and eat it too. Do yourself a favor and let her have him! Let her have the headaches because he'll do the same to her.
I was married to my ex who thought he was nothing short of the greatest lover on earth and he had a mistress. She phoned me "wanting to talk" and I told her right out she could have him! I gave him to her. He did cheat on her, and she married him anyway!
Please, get away from this guy. He's just plain no good and I don't even know why you want him back. Please don't say it's love because people who love one another don't hurt each other in this manner.
You can bet, if you leave him, he'll be burning rubber up to your front door pleading you to rethink your actions. He can't understand in his tiny brain how much he has hurt you and he just wants that "cake and eat it to" and he'll just go right back to the way he was. Run!
It is possible to show up a narcissist publicly, but if you do, the narcissist is going to be very angry at you. It is not always a wise strategy to make enemies.
Please let me apologize in advance for my sarcasm, but I wish this were always the case! If all the narcissists paired up, then they would leave all us normal folks alone... Seriously, I did read somewhere (in Sam Vaknin's site?) that there are two particular "types" of narcissists may do well for a time...Was it an inverted narcissist he was refering to? I don't quite remember.(Google: "inverted narcissist maybe?) I also read that there are folks out there that actually like being in a relationship with a narcissist!
One possible answer is 0.89 where the 9 repeats endlessly.
Get as far away as possible as soon as you can!!!
Sure. Take away their mirror.
Relationship can be maintained based on endeavors of each partner in a marriage relationship. There are no standard book of rules but yes you can get good suggestions from experienced people and also some relationship guides of good authors. If you don't wish to follow any guide then try and maintain a healthy sex life. Spend time with each other as much as possible and try and be as much open as possible.
Any relationship is always easy to make but requires effort to sustain it lifelong. Especially when it is a marriage relationship. You can try and list many ground rules but success depends on understanding and cooperation. You can consult or take suggestions from experienced people and also some relationship guides of good authors. Spend time with each other as much as possible and try and be as much open as possible.
Gather as much factual evidence as possible.
Get as far away from them as possible and never look back.
Of course it's possible.
A true Narcissist wants as many partners as possible, IF all of them idolize the Narcissist. The above answer is correct they do want as many partners as possible. That way if one partner doesn't work out the way narcissist wants he/she has another lined up and ready to go. If you suspect you are with a narcissist-run! Do yourself a favor and get as far away from them as possible. If you ask your narcissist if there is anyone else they will lie to you so you don't leave. Be sure of it as they are all pathological liars. That is one of the many horrible traits of narcissism.
It's certainly possible. A narcissist may date another narcissist that is more selfish than they are to feel better about themselves. In turn say "i'm not as selfish as he/she is so that makes me above him/her). It's incredible and shocking the way people with this disorder think. It takes a lot of research to understand a narcissist.