3 Mind Games All Narcissistic Men Play In Relationships

 January 06, 2017

The moment you stop doing what they want, they get angry. When you choose to leave the relationship, they throw you away then go on to tell everyone they were victimized by you.

Though you may be a victim of narcissistic behavior, remember the narcissist has been victimized as well. They truly need help.

Truly rather than label people, I prefer to say, “Love the person, change the behavior.” Yet, remember that the person has to WANT TO CHANGE.

Loving that person doesn’t mean staying around for abuse. You can love the person and still leave. You can love them and help them to seek professional counsel.

If they choose not to get help, then you can (as my Grandmother would say) “run, don’t walk” to your happier future ahead! If they seek counsel, a great professional can truly help them.

In my experience there is a tremendous chance that the man imprinted narcissism at a very early age from a caregiver.

If you or someone you know and love have symptoms of narcissism seek professional counsel. Remember you are magnificent being of love and light!

 

Related Video – How A Narcissist Deals With A Break-up: The 6 Stages and After Effects

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Originally appeared on Your tango
Written by Maggie Connor
Published on The Minds Journal with the authors permission

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7 comments on “3 Mind Games All Narcissistic Men Play In Relationships

  1. Many of us are groomed by our childhood families–my mother and one sister and brother had these traits. It is important to recognize that this is not a MALE problem—Narcissism I believe is just as prevalent in women as in men.

  2. This behavior is not limited to mates—this is anyone you come in contact with—relatives, coworkers, friends. Just open yourself up to observing behavior—some is not noticeable at the beginning, but will come apparent as you become more familiar with the person.

  3. This is correct, very often. It’s good to know someone’s history. ” In my experience there is a tremendous chance that the man imprinted narcissism at a very early age from a caregiver. “

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