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The first - crucial - steps are to acknowledge that he is abuser and seek help. Abusers are usually in denial: If the abuser is also a narcissist (suffers from the Narcissistic Personality Disorder - NPD), this may be of some assistance:
No the abuser does not love that person they love controlling and abusing that person and that's it. It is difficult for there to be love in an abusive relationship. The abuser can not truly give love or receive it because he or she is mentally disabled. The abusive personality is a mental disorder and the abuser needs to seek psychiatric help. An abusive relationship is not a healthy one and no matter what the abuser says, he or she can not love you, it is obsession and control that drives an abusive partner.
Animal Abuser or Animal Cruelty Abuser
This is the definition of a narcissist. A narcissistic abuser is one who seeks to humiliate, insult, sneer, obstruct, oppose and control another person without any regard for the impact that their aggression may have on the other. They refuse to acknowledge that their actions are harmful to others and cunningly shift the blame across to others. They regard others as mere objects in their need for ego gratification and will discard you quite suddenly when you refuse to co-operate in their nasty games. A relationship with them will leave you drained and paralysed.
It is OK to expose the person that uses abuse to control their victim, but it is the victim that has to report their abuser. Like any abuser whether narcissistic or has a large ego others do see these flaws in the abuser, but in many cases the victim at the beginning (unaware) often refuses to believe what others have to say about their abuser until the victim finds out the hard way. Many victims can feel ashamed or angry that it took them so long to figure out that the person they loved is an abuser, but abusers are extremely sly when it comes to luring their victims into their web. There is not much you can do about the abuser if you have left him, but you should get help from an Abused Woman's Center or a psychologist to learn the signs of abusive behavior so you do not make the same mistake twice. There are often small signs from an abuser from the beginning such as perhaps telling you what to wear; order your meals at restaurants and then slowly they alienate you from your family and friends. Then the abuser has you under their complete control and that is when the victim sees the ugly side of their abuser. You can tell anyone you like what the abuser is like and some will believe you and others will not or you can move forward in your life and realize you have learned from the bad relationship and will not make the same mistake again. Generally abusers will be caught at their own game.
AnswerSadly enough, the most likely victim would be the one who has been abused before. Someone who the abuser deems to be vulnerable, and easy to manipulate. Often, it is the women/girl who is longing for the father figure. The abuser takes advantage of the opportunity to fill in this role, through applying rigid rules and controlling her every move. Despite their intimate relationship, she may continue to see him as a father, and use this to excuse his behavior.
He is a narcissistic jerk.
Modest is the usual opposite of narcissistic.
No he is not a child abuser.
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Nurturing your child cause narcissistic?
You for sure want to steer clear of that person
Narcissistic people worship themselves
Only about 3% to 8% of narcissistic people are gay.
Tagalog Translation of NARCISSISTIC: mahal ang sarili
Narcissistic comes from "Narcissus" which means "Daffodil".
Love Your Abuser was created on 2007-01-30.
An abuser is someone who attacks people with words, violence, or neglection. An abuser is also some who uses something axcessively or is addicted to something.
You can get a court order to have the abuser stay away from you. but your family will have to apply for a restraint order on their own as well as your friends will have to retain their own court orders and deal with it individually. You will have to see a lawyer and even if you get a restraint order against the abuser it is generally classified as "just a piece of paper" and you still may not be protected. Before you spend your money on getting a restraint order ask the lawyer in your state how much clout this legal action will have if the abuser should still contact you. Good luck Marcy
Give him time. He will.
Narcissistic personality disorder is a severe form of emotional instability.
Narcissistic rage is part of NPD. I don't know enough to properly explain it but you should Google NPD and you will learn a lot.
Go ANYWHERE! Go to your family. Go to your friends. Go to another apartment, house or condo. Go to church. JUST GO. Don't look back. I have been where you are and I can tell you with CERTAINTY......move on! Don't wait until tomorrow. Don't try to fix it. Don't stay for the kids. Don't stay for the abuser. Put this in your rearview mirror and keep going. Good Luck.