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Their swagger, self-flattery and arrogance are a cover up for feelings of self-loathing; they do not admit these feelings to others or even to themselves.
Instead they project their hostility toward themselves onto you and others as criticism and disdain.
Most narcissists are perfectionists and he is no exception; nothing you or anyone else does is right nor is it appreciated.
It is also a perfect fit because the codependent doesn’t feel worthy of receiving love for the individual that they are, only for what they give or do.
Stereotypically, narcissists don’t seek help as they don’t see or admit to problems or imperfection.
Plus he then uses that as fodder for another put down.
As the cliché goes, “They can dish it out, but can’t take it.” They are highly sensitive to any perceived judgment.
They tend to over-invest in others-exactly what a narcissist needs.
The narcissist who is “in love” becomes enamored of someone who has qualities that he wants to have or no longer possesses such as beauty, power, organization, strong sense of self or so on.
The narcissist’s relationship is with himself; he sees you as an extension of himself and you need to simply fit in.
Partners of narcissists are often times confused, hurt and feel abandoned.
He put you on a pedestal and treated you like a queen.
You may have wondered why such a wonderful man would cut in front of the line or treated the waitress so poorly.