They leave without feeling anything. most likely they already have an auxiliary supply ready to tap in to (the next sucker). People are objects to a narcissist, so to them it is like buying a new cell phone and throwing the old one in a junk drawer and forgetting about it.
Definitely not worth it.
Not a healthy relationship.. that's for sure
. You couldn't (improve on last answer, or have a relationship with a Narcissist without feeling abused).You cannot have a relationship with an abuser without feeling abused.
1. Try to lure her back in, stalk her, harass her 2. Not care, find a new victim. 3. Experience narcissistic rage.
someone also obsessed with that person.
Welll that depends how long this person lives. AS they are always in a relationship with themself
People have long-term relationships with all sorts of people. Having a long-term relationship with a narcissist may not be your cup of tea, but it certainly is possible to do so.
not so much a narcissist but for sure you will notice in hindsight that you were beginning to act like those morons do.......a co-dependent
A relationship where he rules supreme and the other half feels depressed, devalued, and confused.
He blames you for all that is wrong
The paranoid feeling is a symptom of PTSD.
You grieve for the relationship you SHOULD have had.