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Ways on How to Cope With Leaving a Narcissistic Relationship

 

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Deciding to leave a narcissistic partner can be a tough decision to make. However, things may not get better if you stay in a relationship and you have to accept the fact that being away from each other may be the best for both of you. Leaving a narcissist relationship can be a bitter experience and difficult to get over. But the key to successfully leaving a narcissist relationship begins with understanding the fact that you’re just being used by your narcissist partner for his or her own gain. Proper knowledge and acceptance of your partner’s mental state can help lessen the burden or guilt that you may feel from leaving an abusive relationships.

 

Understanding the behavior and motives of your selfish partner starts by knowing what a narcissist means. A person with a narcissistic disorder is someone that presents actions and behaviors that only show a great desire or love with their selves. He or she is not capable of expressing and showing love to other people, and they tend to be self-centered and self-absorb. They view themselves as perfect, making them arrogant, conceited, boastful, proud, pretentious, self-righteous and extremely selfish. A narcissist is a self-destructive individual trying to cover up the extremely low self- esteem hiding inside. They use other people to meet their needs but they are not capable of giving back or truly caring for others.

 

Narcissists have high potential for abusing their partners. There are several forms of abuse that a narcissist can do to his or her partner. They talk too much about themselves; their needs are too much, and if their partner doesn’t meet these needs, a punishment in the form of verbal, psychological, or physical abuse is given.  A narcissistic person will always want something to boost their ego and are always looking for some kind of attention, not only from their partners but from other people as well. They don’t have any regard to the feelings and emotions of the people around them. They think they are superior and want the best of everything. Failing to meet these expectations can drive a narcissistic person angry, which in some cases they end up hurting their partners or family.

 

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If you are in a relationship that is violent, and remember violence is not just physical but also mental and emotional, then seek help when you are able.  Seek out local resources in your area such as the Domestic Abuse Shelter. The most dangerous time for a the victim in a violent relationship is when they try to leave.  It is scary, but there are people who can help. The Hotline is a national domestic violence help line. Their number is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).

 

Domestic Abuse Helpline Services for Men and Women 24-hour hotline operated by staff and trained volunteers to offer information and crisis intervention to victims of domestic violence. They provide information about the issues concerning intimate partner violence.  Referrals to community resources. Resource directory for the country including where to find (if available) “male victim friendly” resources in your area. Assistance in filing protection from abuse orders (where available).

Crisis Hotline: 1-888-7HELPLINE

1-888-7HELPLINE FREE    (1-888-743-5754)

 

If you’re feeling hopeless, HOPE is just a phone call away. No matter what problems you are struggling with, hurting yourself isn’t the answer.   The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is here to help.  By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7. For Hearing & Speech Impaired with TTY Equipment: 1-800-799-4TTY (4889)

 


 

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