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If you have experienced the Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde switch, where one minute you feel as though you’ve found ‘the one’; and then the next minute wonder who this nasty person is in front of you – you are experiencing the “splitting” personality of the narcissist.“The person with narcissism often may begin—subtly, insidiously, and covertly—to devalue his or her significant other.They have trouble regulating emotions and behaviour, handling criticism and can feel hurt very easily.
However, with anyone putting on a show, there is only so long you can sustain this act before your true colours start to shine through. The charm and appeal experienced at the start of a relationship with a narcissist doesn’t last forever.
The narcissist with NPD truly believes the world revolves around them and that they are entitled to have constant, excessive attention and admiration; and to have everything the way they want it.
Early in the relationship, you will experience the highest highs you have ever experienced when dating someone.
An important part of any relationship is the need to be understood, and to be able to freely express your feelings, desires, aspirations and needs with your partner.
Because of the narcissist’s need to be wanted, they may come across as caring and that they truly want what’s best for you; but the harsh reality is that beneath it all, they are actually more concerned about “what’s in it for me”.