Are you in a relationship with a Narcissist?

Are you in a relationship with a Narcissist?

posted on August 24, 2020

Do you have a close relationship with a Narcissist?

If you do, the chances are, you are not feeling good about yourself or life in general. The Narcissist will suck the happiness and joy right out of you. This person may be your parent, your sibling, your very own child, a boss, or your significant other.  So how do you know if you have a relationship with a narcissist?

Signs you are in a relationship with a Narcissist

  • You are last on the totem pole
  • Everything is your fault
  • Low self-esteem, worth, and confidence
  • Your words do not matter
  • You feel and are probably being controlled
  • You feel threatened or scared by this person
  • You do not know what behavior to expect from this person; hot or cold

So….Is this person I have in my life really a Narcissist?

Signs of a Narcissist, this person ….

  • Is best thing that ever happen in the world’s history
  • Does not have to follow rules or social norms
  • Is not empathetic or caring of others feeling, thoughts, or opinions
  • Is Entitled
  • Gossips or Lies creating issues between friends, family, and peers
  • Easily gets angry and thrives off of others negative emotions
  • Is a master of manipulation

A Narcissist will bring you down over time.

If it is a parent or other family member, the behavior starts early on in your life. If it is a significant other the Narcissist is amazingly talented at hiding their true colors for months and sometimes years. However, they cannot hide it forever. If you find yourself in a relationship with a Narcissist, its time cut the chord.

You will not thrive or survive in such a relationship.

Your self-esteem and self-worth will melt to the floor. Furthermore, the Narcissist will make you think you need them in your life but you do not. You are powerful and deserve better and no matter how you feel you have a choice whether to let that person continue to be part of your life or not. Blood is blood. Terrible saying! However, just because someone is family that does not entitle you to have a toxic relationship with them. Furthermore, if you cannot get out of this relationship alone, seek help from a healthy family member, friend, or therapist! It is never too late to change things!

Be well!



Alyssa Warren is a licensed therapist , blogger, future podcaster, and owner of Innovative Direction in Pensacola, FL. If you like more information or make an appointment with Alyssa or other clinicians at Innovative Direction  call or email today.

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