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I displayed many of the signs of someone who was being abused by a narcissist: I doubted myself, I was confused and I thought I was going crazy. My friends warned me about him and his ruthless mind games. I let him move in with me during my first year of graduate school. I allowed his poisonous words to course through my veins.Making others wrong and rationalizing why others must be wrong, protects their fragile psyche from having to delve too deeply into their infected wounds.2.) You never feel heard.Remember, a true narcissist is not interested in hearing you.Interestingly, grandiose narcissists were less likely to use jealousy to boost low self-esteem."Therefore, narcissists' relationship-threatening behavior might, in part, be strategic," concluded the researchers.In other words, narcissists are purposely making their partners jealous to achieve a personal goal. I He even had the audacity to try to break up my best friend and I by hitting on her. She showed me the disgusting messages he sent her behind my back and my heart sunk. After my best friend tearfully expressed her concern for me and said, "If you don't leave him, he will kill you," I knew I had to put an end to this toxic relationship. Just thinking about what I went through fills me with anger, regret and sadness. He "couldn't work" because he was sick, but he refused to get help. He would purposefully engage in manipulative behavior and gaslighting to upset me and cause me to think everything that went wrong was my fault.
They are convinced you must be wrong and are unaware that a deeply ingrained, maladaptive defense mechanism is making it impossible for them to hear others.
Meanwhile, the latter describes someone who comes across as shy, socially anxious and quiet, but then becomes stuck-up, and makes others feel worse to boost their self-esteem.
Previous research has found narcissists tend to sabotage relationships by engaging in love-killing behaviors.
The researchers would then use a rating tool known as the "Five Motives for Inducing Romantic Jealousy" (MIRJS) after looking for narcissistic traits.
The findings revealed mind games were based on the type of narcissism the partner possessed.
I didn't want to take a chance since he did physically assault me.