yes u shouldAnswerFrom a different perspective, why bother? All it does is give him/her an opportunity to be defensive and turn it all around against YOU again. You already KNOW that it's exactly what he/she will do. Confrontation won't do you any good, you won't get any satisfaction, there won't be any resolution, they're too good at what they do.
Just leave them alone. Go away and let them do their destructive thing on their own. Even in confronting them you make it "all about them". For a change, let it be about you. Take care of YOUR needs. You don't NEED that kind of mental abuse.do itFor your own peace of mind. A healthy person needs closure. But never forget it will not do him any "good" because they are not capable of considering what you have to say, much less make any *real* concious effort to change or apologize. Remember this confrontation is about you not him, that's why he wont understand.
Years ago after the "relationship" was over. I wrote a short one page letter to an N pretty much summarizing what he did to hurt me and what was wrong with him - in two paragraphs. I received a six page letter from him within days. ...which i never read but destroyed and threw down an outhouse drain to rot and be digested by the maggots. It was a major turning point in getting over the nightmare and moving on with my life.
I say after the relationship or incident plays out, yes confront him. But only when you are good and ready and need closure. Then you will begin to heal and move on.
Because you have to live with yourself for the rest of your life.
You should ignore them back and be thankful you are not in their circle of victims. Get on with your life and don't fret over not getting attention from a narcissist.
You should always confront your Grandma with respect. <3
no. The one you should confront is your man. And if he is cheating it's his loss.
Yes. If you confront them, hopefully they will stop talking about you behind your back.
i read that if you confront a bear you should make yourself look tall especially if your in a group. but if your alone im not sure what you do.
From everything I've read on the subject, it is not likely. They have deep emotional problems that they are not able to confront and you have to recognize that you have a problem before you can begin to solve it. If you are a narcissist, and believe that you are, seek professional help and try to work on things. If you are involved with a narcissist, the most important thing you can do is make sure you are not victimized because that is what happens. Have enough respect for yourself and faith in who you are to get out of any situation that is not healthy for you. That one certainly is not.
A person should never confront a growling dog. If there is no way out of it, turn your back to the dog and say no.
Yes. Otherwise they'll get deeper and deeper into it. At lease they have a fighting chance if you tell them.
On the contrary, most families leave the narcissist.
Only if you are masochistic.
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A borderline. Essentially a more emotionally reactive narcissist.
No, the narcissist does not know, after all he is perfect and everyone else around him is at fault.
Yes Narcissist cheats. I have read one who satisfies their narcissistic supply with sex is called a Somatic Narcissist. My ex married one-and he is a pathological narcissist as I know I lived it-It is the most insidious emotional abuse one can encounter- A Somatic Narcissist tends to be very promiscuous-she/he disregards her marriage and have multiple affairs just to satisfy their need for narcissist supply -Admiration-power--The Somatic Narcissist will capture you - control you with their sexual seduction and when he/she has you completely in their control her true self will come out-cruel and unemotional-and when you no longer satisfy their narcissistic supply the Somatic Narcissist will leave you as quickly as he/she entered your life-and onto the next-As I understand Somatic Narcissist have many affairs --regardless married or not. Question what happens when one Narcissist marries another Narcissist-it should be interesting to watch
No - absolutely not....
Yes but do so anonymously.
You grieve for the relationship you SHOULD have had.
You should confront her about it, maybe ask her if you can go.
yeah. if you want her to stop
you should confront the person right away and tell them you are sorry
Confront her if you are certain they are and ask them why.